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Sports Features

12/07/20 8:53pm
The earliest baseball played at Penn predated the Civil War, although the lack of records suggests that games were largely informal.
12/07/20 8:42pm
Coming off a tough losing streak against the Princeton Tigers and no Ivy League titles in the previous three years, the Quakers knew that something had to change.
12/07/20 8:24pm
On April 13, 1996, Penn inducted its inaugural Athletics Hall of Fame class. Since then, 10 more classes have been elected, with the most recent inducted on May 4, 2019.
12/07/20 8:00pm
Although Leonsis is involved in just about every facet of Monumental Sports, his main focus revolves around the media business, venture capital acquisitions, and merger opportunities. 
12/06/20 8:56pm
The 1994 team was led by senior forward Barry Pierce and junior guards Jerome Allen and Matt Maloney, who all averaged nearly 15 points a game.
12/02/20 11:21pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian is taking an in-depth look at Penn's NFL draftees to analyze when they were selected and how successful their professional careers were.
12/02/20 9:21pm
1995 was yet another impressive year for the Penn's men basketball squad, clinching their third consecutive Ivy League title and securing a spot in the NCAA Tournament for the 13th time in history.
12/01/20 10:07pm
Eagles fans have a long reputation for being exceptionally hostile, the most notorious example coming when they booed Santa Claus, an event which occurred at Penn’s own Franklin Field in 1968.
12/01/20 9:02pm
The Quakers-Tigers series has all the components of a good sports rivalry: close geographical proximity, distinct styles of play, and passion for the game on both sides.
12/01/20 7:49pm
After trouble in the first half, Penn football rebounded from a 20-10 deficit to score an epic 26-23 overtime victory against Princeton on Nov. 7, 2015. 
11/30/20 9:58pm
The Penn Catholic Newman Center has not abandoned this fact of life, despite facing the innumerable challenges associated with the coronavirus pandemic. 
11/30/20 9:40pm
During this craziness, let’s check in on how the Penn alumni Kevin Stefanski, Justin Watson, Greg Van Roten and Brandon Copeland fared in Week 12. 
11/29/20 11:18pm
Penn's history with Olympic rowing dates back to 1924, when Sidney Jellinek and Eddie Mitchell, along with coxswain John G. Kennedy, helped capture Olympic bronze for the United States in men’s coxed fours.
11/29/20 10:21pm
While two seemingly unrelated businessmen may seem to only have sports ownership in common, they share another connection: They’re both Wharton graduates. 
11/29/20 10:15pm
Determined not to be second-best again, Dunphy pulled out all the stops and led his Quakers to an undefeated season, finishing 14-0 in the Ivy League and 22-5 overall.
11/24/20 9:27pm
With a strong freshman class joining a team that had all its starters from the previous year returning, the Quakers entered the 1987 season as favorites to win the league.
11/23/20 10:39pm
Regardless of the level of competition, any great team you come across will be led by a great coach. Within the first three years after the creation of Penn women's basketball, the Quakers played without a coach entirely.
11/18/20 9:04pm
Penn went 20-8 in 1980-81, including a dominant 13-1 Ivy League record. It even took a rematch with Princeton to decide who would win a bid to the NCAA Tournament.
11/18/20 8:11pm
For the first time in 55 years of games at the Palestra, the squad would start off the season with newly replaced floors since its construction.
11/17/20 9:10pm
Make no mistake about it though: all the little bits that Al Bagnoli contributed to Penn football over the years made a bigger impact than anyone in the program's history.