Brandon Copeland, current linebacker for the Atlanta Falcons and former Quaker, spoke to Penn student-athletes on his success with monetizing his brand and how an athlete looking to take advantage of these new opportunities can do the same.
In Ava Rosati's place back at Penn is sophomore Sabien Paumen, a native of the Netherlands who, until this season, had never played a minute of collegiate field hockey.
Athletes are excited not only about competing on the field for the first time, but also experiencing the life of a student-athlete on campus.
Defensive lineman Prince Emili is looking to bounce back after last year's canceled season, which robbed him of a chance to contend for Ivy League Player of the Year.
For freshman running back Aaron Jones, not even the greatest hurdles can stop him from achieving success, as he's managed to secure his place on the Penn football team despite a lifelong struggle with hearing.
Nine Quakers, six countries, six sports. Here’s a look at the athletes who repped the Red and Blue in addition to their countries’ colors at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics.
After a series of arm injuries while playing in the Nationals' minor league system, Jake Cousins nearly decided that his professional baseball dreams were over. Now, he's a standout reliever for the NL Central-leading Milwaukee Brewers.
While at Penn, Joe Holder developed the concept of the Ocho System, which led him to a career working with the likes of Nike and MasterClass, and even writing for GQ.
After a college career at Penn in which she improved dramatically, Salmons is now on track to compete at the highest level there is in the rowing world.
This July, eight members of Penn rowing will be competing in the Under-23 World Rowing Championships. All three Penn rowing programs will be present when the event takes place in the Czech Republic.
Although the Eagles stopped playing at Franklin Field in 1970, the story of Vince Papale, who played for the Eagles in the late 1970s, was filmed there because of its storied history with the team and for financial considerations.
As a way of promoting diversity and having necessary conversations around race, Penn men's soccer participated in "A Long Talk About The Uncomfortable Truth." By doing so, they became the first men's team in the Ivy League to engage in the program.
In 1967, the East Division Finals between the Sixers and Celtics began at the Palestra with the Sixers' typical arena occupied for the night. Decades later, the Sixers would also hold some open practices at the the Palestra.
For 13 members of Penn men's rowing, numerous adjustments are necessary in order to thrive in a completely different country. These range from athletic adjustments to cultural adjustments.
In addition to being two of Penn’s best singles players, Smith and Hildebrandt are Penn’s No. 1 doubles pairing this season.
For the first time this season, Penn women’s track and field were able to compete in the heptathlon. And despite not competing in any multi-events for over a year, junior Haley Rizek recorded the program’s fifth-best score in program history in the heptathlon this past weekend.
Penn FCAIA prides itself on being able to use the power of sport, which its website describes as “a universal language.”
Wrestling holds a very special place in the hearts of many lifelong Quakers.
Head coach John Yurkow is not without the help of his three trusty assistant coaches that work behind the scenes to make sure the Quakers are ready come game day. The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look at Penn baseball's assistant coaches:
In 1954, Penn president Dr. Gaylord Probasco Harnwell – the namesake of Harnwell College House – announced the formation of a new method of intercollegiate basketball competition. Rather than playing in a conference, five Philadelphia-area schools would play a round-robin series of games for a city championship.