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Sports

11/02/20 11:44pm
Bednarik always had fight in him. Known as one of the most hard-nosed, tough players in NFL history, Bednarik earned himself a fitting nickname: Concrete Charlie. 
11/02/20 9:47pm
The Quakers started last season with a 7-6 record, defeating teams like Butler, Elon, and Lafayette and staying competitive with No. 7 Florida in the final game before Ivy League play was supposed to begin.
11/02/20 8:08pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down for an interview with Penn women's basketball junior Kennedy Suttle. Here's what she had to say about her experience with the team, her time at Penn, and life overall. 
11/01/20 8:31pm
Trump’s four years in the Oval Office have thus far been riddled with inconsistencies, contradictory statements, and lies. His long history with both professional and college football consists of much of the same. 
11/01/20 8:30pm
Now, amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the geographical distances and numerous time zones have made coordination a challenge to overcome — and one that the Quakers have taken on.
11/01/20 8:29pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian sat down for an interview with women's soccer junior Mia Shenk. Here's what she had to say. 
11/01/20 8:27pm
Through sheer perseverance, Penn women’s soccer senior Jadyn Wilensky demonstrates time and time again that nothing will stop her from striving for success.
10/28/20 10:15pm
The players are trying to take this unprecedented year one week at a time because a new season start date is entirely out of their hands.
10/28/20 10:05pm
The 2010 Quakers put in countless hours of work in order to have a moment of relief and glory as it claimed another title.
10/28/20 10:03pm
John Outland first stepped on Franklin Field just two years after it was built. Nearly 125 years after his final snap on Franklin Field, Outland’s legacy still is one of the most remarkable to touch Penn football. 
10/28/20 9:35pm
As a part of the Daily Pennsylvanian's look backs into the history of Penn sports, we compiled men's basketball's all-time starting five.
10/28/20 9:30pm
Cricket was the first organized sport to be offered by Penn. In 1842, a student named William Rotch Wister brought the European game to campus when he founded the Junior Cricket Club.
10/28/20 9:29pm
With the departure of co-captains Corky Calhoun and Bob Morse, Daly would turn towards the accomplished sophomores during his second season at Penn — and perhaps another talent yet to fully emerge from the shadows.
10/27/20 9:20pm
From overcoming anxiety to picking up a new event in college, Penn track and field senior Camille Dickson’s path as an athlete has been marked by her willingness to be uncomfortable.
10/27/20 9:09pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn women's basketball’s Michae Jones 15 questions about her sport, her time at Penn, and her life overall. Here's what the senior had to say. 
10/27/20 9:02pm
A bit more than midway through the semester, here’s a look at the other seven Ivy League athletics programs as they adapt to the coronavirus pandemic.
10/27/20 6:17pm
John Heisman began his football career as an offensive lineman, first playing for Brown from 1887-89 and then for Penn in 1890 and 1891 following a transfer.
10/26/20 9:14pm
Led by an all-star lineup, the Red and Blue still proved to be one of the best teams in the country in 1972, and also found a new coach and leader in Chuck Daly.
10/26/20 9:13pm
Since his first appearance, Jason McCleod has continued to demonstrate his skills and technique as one of the Quakers' best defensive backs.
10/26/20 9:12pm
In Dick Harter's last year as coach of Penn men's basketball, he produced perhaps his finest season with a 28-1 record and Elite Eight appearance.