As part of Penn Athletics’ Game Onward Campaign, Penn launched the Penn Track & Field and Cross Country Campaign for Excellence on Wednesday.
On Friday, Penn sprint football will face Navy in a game that could very well decide which team represents the South Division in the CSFL championship.
Coming off of a tie with Columbia in double overtime, the Red and Blue were hungry for a win but were outlasted by the Retrievers, 1-0.
Renken is a decorated runner for Penn’s cross country, and he's hoping to exercise his passion for the sport throughout the rest of his life.
For Penn track’s distance runners, the old sports adage of “there is no offseason” could not ring more true, as their commitment to the program lasts nearly the entire school year.
Junior Anthony Russo has excelled representing the Quakers at every recent meet. His younger sister, freshman Delia Russo, has also impressed recently.
In the most recent USTFCCCA National Coaches Poll, the Quakers were ranked No.23, an increase from their initial season rank of No. 28.
Paying college athletes isn't as simple as it sounds, though. First of all, where does the money come from? The way I see it, there are multiple ways players could be compensated, but each comes with its own caveat.
Since their tough start to the season, the Quakers have won five of their past six contests, including two Ivy League victories.
Representatives Dan Miller and Ed Gainey are sponsoring the Pennsylvania version of the bill. The bill would similarly allow college athletes to profit from their name and image.
Beneath all of this lies a simple theoretical doctrine at the core of the economic system we’ve all been taught to love: capitalism’s insistence that the work you do must be compensated with a wage.
After a crushing conference-opening loss to Dartmouth, the senior running back stuffed the stat sheet on the ground and through the air.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Karekin Brooks puts up eye-popping numbers, Joey Bhangdia continues his League-leading season, and field hockey pulls off two overtime wins.
Penn volleyball's first Ivy League win of the season highlighted the team's fall break weekend at the Palestra.
After splitting its first two Ivy League matchups of the year, Penn women’s soccer traveled to New York for a Saturday afternoon contest with Columbia.
On a sunny Sunday afternoon in New York, Penn men’s soccer battled to a 1-1 draw with Columbia.
This weekend, the Red and Blue added two overtime wins to their record, taking down Dartmouth at home on Saturday and Drexel on the road on Sunday.
In the Quakers’ 38-24 victory over Sacred Heart on Saturday afternoon at Franklin Field, Brooks scored a total of four touchdowns to match his season total.
Penn football takes on Sacred Heart in the final nonconference game of the season with a chance to win their first home game of the year.
Only a sophomore, Laquan McKever has become the face of Penn sprint football in the midst of a breakout season at running back.