As the first Ivy League squad armed with FlightScope Strike, a portable tracking radar system, the Quakers are beginning to gather more data than ever before.
The former roommates turned housemates are entering their second baseball season as Quakers with a friendship that rivals few others.
For the Quakers on the diamond, keeping their hot streaks alive includes being a bit superstitious and having fascinating game-day routines.
The Quakers surpassed preseason expectations to claim a share of the conference title with Princeton this season.
For some international student-athletes, though, flights are too expensive and time-consuming to make this a reality. Fortunately for football offensive lineman Travis Wang, Penn Athletics is picking up his travel tab.
Sometimes uncontrollable factors get in the way of an athletic career. For Penn men’s basketball sophomore Jelani Williams, this concern is all too real.
Penn has seen some of the nation's premier black athletes come through its doors over the last century, and there are no doubt many more to follow.
Whether it’s electronic dance music – EDM, for short – to get the blood flowing or a slow song to mourn a tough loss, music serves a multitude of purposes for athletes at Penn.
With the culmination of the NFL season, The Daily Pennsylvanian recently caught up with Carolina Panthers offensive guard and Penn alumnus Greg Van Roten about his football career since leaving Penn.
The energy the Penn band brings has become a staple in creating the atmosphere that makes the Palestra so special.
For some of the more veteran players on Penn women’s lacrosse, the three-game road stretch to open this season will feel like déjà vu.
The freshman guard has been named Ivy League Rookie of the Week four times this season, all coming in the past six weeks.
Joining a new team as a freshman is never easy, especially when that team is ranked No. 10 in the country.
Let's travel back in time to recognize these members of our community who impacted not only Penn, but also the global community.
A pair of juniors, Tim Sanford and Kyle Gallagher, are nothing short of ecstatic about their decisions to come join the Quakers from Denver and Hofstra, respectively.
Northfield Mount Hermon School has produced alumni that have gone on to become diplomats, athletes, and federal judges. Three of them play for Penn men’s basketball.
She's an athletic trainer, he's a strength coach. The thing that brought this Penn Athletics power couple together? You guessed it: sprint football.
2019 is, in many ways, a historic season for the entire sport, as it marks the beginning of the much-hyped "Shot Clock Era."
On most sports teams, being a senior means becoming a leader on the team. Junkin has been training for that role since the beginning of his Penn career.
Now, at 33 years old, Lane is wise beyond his years. The future of Penn squash looks bright with him at the helm.