Ten days after a return to in-person classes for fall 2021 was announced, the Quakers moved into Ivy Phase IV and spring sports teams are now being allowed to have in-person competitions against local universities. As shifts towards a post-pandemic college atmosphere occur, we take a look at what the fall will look like on campus.
The conclusion to the historic tale of Team USA's squash run in the 2019 Pan American Games came down to the last man on the team — twice. It was Andrew Douglas of Penn men’s squash, the only college player on the roster, who would step up to the semi-final round and face Alfredo Avila — former No. 35 in the world, hailing from the first-seeded favorites of Mexico.
The Quakers opened their season with a close loss to Delaware before the mercy rule was invoked in their second game against the Blue Hens.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Brendan Bean of Penn men's baseball 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and life overall. Here’s what the senior had to say.
On Saturday, the Penn track hosted the Penn Challenge, welcoming local schools Rider, Villanova, St. Joseph’s, and Temple to Franklin Field for the meet. Emotions were running high for the Quakers, with athletes and coaches alike thrilled to be back in action.
Following a hiatus that lasted over a year, Penn baseball was finally back in action at Meiklejohn Stadium this Saturday.
Arguably the best campaign in Penn history, the Red and Blue finished the 1978-1979 regular season with a 13-1 Ivy record and a 21-5 mark overall, entering the NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Tournament as Ivy League and Philadelphia Big 5 champions. And leading the way for this historic Quakers team was junior Tony Price.
On March 20, 1897, the Quakers faced off against Yale in their first-ever basketball game, which also served as one of the first intercollegiate five-on-five basketball games ever. Penn lacked a coach or captains for that game, and dropped the contest in the Bulldogs' home court by a score of 10-32.
On Sunday Mar. 21, coach Jerry McConnell's football team took part in a Walk-A-Thon for the Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania to benefit funding for cerebral palsy research, raising over $4,500 for the cause.
Early college football games were only shown in black and white, if at all. But the first college football game to be broadcast in color occurred at Penn's very own Franklin Field.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Jennifer Richards of Penn women’s tennis 15 questions about her sport, her time at Penn, and life overall.
Graduating magna cum laude in 1991, David Blitzer is the Head of Tactical Opportunities and Senior Managing Director of the Blackstone Group, the largest private equity firm in the world.
Parker was disheartened by the cancellation of the Ivy League season this year, but the silver lining is that she will be able to continue her basketball career at the University of Virginia.
After over a year with no sporting events, the Penn Division of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics has received approval to move into Ivy Phase IV, meaning that it can resume local competition beginning on Saturday, March 27. It will be the first Ivy League school to compete in the wake of the COVID-19 cancellations.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Sean Lulley of Penn men's lacrosse 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the senior had to say.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Maddie McGregor of Penn volleyball 15 questions about her sport, her time at Penn, and her life overall. Here's what the sophomore had to say.
The transition to sales after professional basketball is only natural, according to former Penn men’s basketball player Andreas Schreiber, that is. Graduating from Penn in 2011 with a degree in environmental science, business was a completely foreign idea to him.
Orie’s path to competing at Penn was atypical. The Buffalo, N.Y. native grew up as a multi-sport athlete, sampling nearly every sport that she could. Even when it came time to specialize in sports early in high school, running hadn’t crossed Orie’s mind yet.
Justin Tuck is one of the most gifted football players to ever pass through Penn. Ironically, however, he was only at Penn as a graduate student, never playing for the Red and Blue.
We asked Graham 15 questions about his basketball experiences, his coaching time in the Ivy League, his love for the British version of "The Office", and more.