In the coming offseason, Penn sprint football will be losing the senior defensive back and captain Console, a three-year starter whose impact on the team extends far beyond the field.
We take an inside look at the culture of indifference towards head injuries on Penn sprint football in Part II of When a Player Gets Up Dazed.
Sands, the team's leading goal-scorer, has come up big when the pressure's highest time and time again this season. All six of her goals this season have been game-winners, tied for the second-most game-winners in the nation.
In Part I, three former Penn sprint football players deal with the effects of playing through brain injuries during the 2017 season. When they played through their concussions, they didn't think they'd still be feeling the effects today.
Always a strength for Penn, this year's defensive unit has exceeded the already high expectations placed on them.
Penn sprint football junior quarterback Eddie Jenkins returned to practice this week after an extended layoff due to a left knee injury.
This season, Penn cross country has called upon a core of exceptionally strong underclassmen. A large number of the Quakers' scorers at each meet have come from fresher faces.
Although injuries have kept a few of the best runners for Penn men’s and women’s cross country off the course, both teams are ready to move past them as the Quakers head into the most important stretch of their schedule.
The team’s results this season might be ever-changing, but its leadership has been steady and constant. No matter how the Quakers play, Mirkin has been there with words of encouragement and motivation.
Four years into her tenure, the DP breaks down exactly how the athletic department’s results have fared over that span — and the results show that the Red and Blue are clearly on the rise.
Both the men and women of Penn cross country are very familiar with the Garden State, with double-digit numbers on each team representing the state to our east, totaling nearly half of each group.
The 2018 Quakers are a special team. And while week in and week out, they are playing 90 strong minutes of soccer, it is that latter 45 that sets them apart from the pack.
This season, six of the Quakers’ seven games have gone into overtime. Of those six, half have gone the full 110 minutes and ended in draws.
Last season, the team scored only 10 goals en route to a 5-8-3 record. This season, the team has already shattered last year’s mark, putting up 15 goals through half as many games
With this much turnover in just one offseason, the returning members of the defensive line have had an added amount of pressure to step up and perform. They’ve certainly responded well to the pressure.
It’s been a few years in the making, but last month, the Red and Blue formally unveiled the team’s new Nike-made outfits, featuring updated colors and an all-white alternate helmet.
Over the last few years, Penn sprint football has been one of Penn's more successful varsity programs. It also has one of the more — if not the most — unique recruiting processes.
This year, Barger’s playing time has been diminished, coming off the bench in four out of six games after starting a majority of games the last two seasons. Still, his unique leadership role has been emphasized from the sideline this year.
Months after former star player and assistant coach Ira Bowman left Penn men’s basketball for Auburn in July, head coach Steve Donahue announced the promotion of one of Bowman’s former Penn teammates.
Inspired by the 76ers’ arrival on Tuesday, The Daily Pennsylvanian did some research to determine the best athletes to compete on Penn’s campus.