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01/31/21 8:35pm
It wasn't until his forties that Ein began playing in professional tournaments, and he is the oldest person to ever receive an ATP doubles ranking.
01/31/21 8:25pm
Despite Penn volleyball not playing since November 2019 and gymnastics not competing since March 2020, both teams recently announced their recruiting haul for the Class of 2025.
01/27/21 10:28pm
Penn's men's basketball has been on pause since last March with the cancellation of Ivy League sports into the winter of 2021 and is the only Big 5 program currently not playing basketball. We take a look at how Penn's peers are doing this season.
01/27/21 10:03pm
Football and the Ivy League have been married since the beginning of the game itself. Currently, there are 13 active Ivy League alumni in the NFL, hailing from Harvard, Penn, Yale, and Princeton.
01/27/21 9:00pm
With his latest donation of $6.3 million, David S. Pottruck continues his storied half-century engagement with Penn Athletics.
01/27/21 12:12am
 In our third article in the series about Penn players who have played in pro sports leagues, we take a look at Quakers who have played in the MLB and how their careers stack up to that of an average MLB player. 
01/27/21 12:09am
 In our second article in this series on Penn players being drafted to play in professional sports leagues, we are analyzing Quakers who have been drafted into the NBA and how their careers stack up to that of the average pro basketball player. 
01/26/21 8:50pm
Rimmer is among the Math Department's most beloved professors, but one of his largest claims to fame has nothing to do with differential equations or taking derivatives. Outside the classroom, Rimmer is one of Penn men's basketball's biggest fans and supporters.
01/26/21 10:56am
In a statement to The Daily Pennsylvanian, a Penn Athletics representative also wrote that these plans would change if the City of Philadelphia issues updated guidance. 
01/25/21 11:04pm
After competing professionally across Europe for multiple years, junior Iulia Byzglova decided to further her studies at Penn and has been dominating the women's collegiate tennis world ever since.
01/25/21 10:11pm
As the first Quaker and 12th Ivy League athlete to receive the NCAA's prestigious Today's Top 10 Award, Akins is no stranger to receiving recognition.
01/25/21 10:09pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn men's rowing captain Alex Ridenour 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the senior had to say.
01/25/21 10:32am
In 1948, the University was in desperate need of bolstered revenue streams. President Harold Stassen believed that televising the Quakers’ home football games had the potential to solve its financial qualms.
01/24/21 10:53pm
Alex Touche, the Quakers' senior and New Mexico native, will make a homecoming on the pitch in Albuquerque after signing with New Mexico United.
01/24/21 10:51pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn women's basketball captain Chrissy DiCindio 15 questions about her sport, her time at Penn, and her life overall. Here's what the senior had to say.
01/20/21 7:44pm
If the one and only goal of the Ivy League presidents was to mitigate COVID spread, they would indeed cancel the season. But that clearly isn’t the case.
01/19/21 10:54pm
A week prior in the Wild Card Round, the Browns conjured up a historic 48-37 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. The victory snapped the Browns’ 17-game losing streak at Heinz Field and secured their first divisional round appearance since 1994. 
01/08/21 8:47pm
Copeland, who played for the New England Patriots this year, teaches a course on financial literacy with Dr. Brian Peterson. 
01/04/21 1:09am
Following a 24-22 victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers in a “win and you’re in” playoff scenario, the Cleveland Browns clinched their first playoff berth in 18 years.
12/23/20 1:30pm
Philip Esformes, who orchestrated a $1 billion Medicare scheme, used proceeds to pay former Penn men's basketball coach Jerome Allen a $300,000 bribe to ensure his son's admission to Wharton.