Though the offense and coaching faltered at points, Deputy Sports Editor Eashwar Kantemneni argues that the Quakers are back in a big way after Friday night's win.
Heading into Penn's first Ivy League game of the season, four DP Sports staffers are split on whether or not the Quakers can emerge victorious on the road.
Former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride argues that while Penn's defensive performance against Lafayette was impressive, Dartmouth and other Ivy foes will be bigger challenges that require more offensive support.
Though the Quakers currently sit at 0-6, their record doesn't define them just yet, according to sports reporter Juan Tejera.
Senior Sports Editor Matthew Frank argues that although there is room for concern, a resilient effort by Penn on Saturday should leave Quaker fans feeling optimistic.
As Penn football comes off a 3-7 season, their chances of improvement are high, according to the DP Sports editors.
Former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride argues that making ESPN+ accessible to students is a cheap and easy way for Penn Athletics to amplify its success.
Armed with game footage and hoards of advanced stats, here's a look at how the Ancient Eight stacks up midway through the Ivy League baseball season.
The Quakers might've suffered a tough loss at the hands of Yale on Saturday, but that won't be the last you'll be seeing of this team.
Here’s a look at what the blueprint needs to be for two Penn victories this weekend that would launch the team into March Madness.
Sports reporter Carter Lynn gives his thoughts on Penn's win against Cornell, which comes at a crucial time for a team on the Ivy Tournament bubble
With just four games remaining until the Ivy Tournament, Penn students should start rallying around this team that looks to have a shot at making March Madness.
Not even Cornell’s barrage of heckling could stop the Quakers. On Saturday, Penn men’s basketball survived a late surge by Cornell to secure their second win of the weekend, 73-68.
To many who’ve paid casual attention to the Quakers this season, this come-up might serve as a bit of a surprise. It shouldn’t be, though.
The Red and Blue's recent Ivy League success is a ways away from the team's putrid loss to Columbia, and the way that they've changed is by prioritizing offensive values that have been crucial in the past.
The college basketball season is at its midway point and teams are in the thick of conference play, with contenders starting to find their form.
Senior Sports Editor Matthew Frank argues that if students aren't allowed in the arena for Penn home games — which are normally free for students — they should be allowed to watch them without charge.
The Grizzlies, still the second youngest team in the NBA, are 23-14 and firmly in fourth place in the Western Conference. Despite this, the Grizzlies are still being overlooked as a legitimate contender to win the conference title.
Because this weekend is full of activity in women’s basketball, we’ll check in with the Ivy League women’s basketball teams to see where they stand as we close out the calendar year with a few more games.
Yet another visiting soccer team arrived in Philadelphia to claim a conference title on their hosts’ turf and spoil their opponents’ final home match of the season.