They work together, but only when the rest of us aren't paying attention.
For most, becoming a coach signifies the end of one’s playing career. For the coaches of Penn squash, it only adds another dimension to their game.
When it comes to reinventing the wheel, Penn athletes hope to usher in a new era of transportation.
On Saturday, Penn football clinched its 17th Ivy title at Franklin Field with a 34-21 win over Cornell. Here is how the game went down, through the eyes of a reporter.
Given Penn football’s success on the gridiron this season, it’s safe to say the offensive line has been stellar thus far.
In the midst of a fantastic start to their season, Penn men's basketball will travel to Seattle this weekend for a matchup with the University of Washington.
At the start of last season, most sentences involving C.J. Cobb ended in a question mark. But after finishing one win shy of All-American status in 2015, Cobb provided the answers to those questions and planted the seeds for what is set to be a limitless swan song for the Red and Blue.
There’s an aura of familiarity surrounding Penn wrestling this season.
Although Penn wrestling doesn’t often feature Philadelphia natives on its roster, this year’s squad includes two freshmen alone who call the City of Brotherly Love home.
Saturday is when Penn Athletics could see one of its teams bring home the program's first Ivy title of 2015-16. But a couple performances over this past weekend garnered plenty of awards for athletes sporting the Red and Blue.
When Penn’s gymnasts hit the floor, expect the music to be bumping.
Out with the old and in with the new.
There’s a new era of R&B in the Penn women’s basketball backcourt.
Guard Antonio Woods was going to be relied upon heavily by Penn basketball in his upcoming sophomore campaign.
Is it possible to describe something as both global and local at the same time?
If any team can claim this paradox, it certainly has to be Penn squash. Together, the men’s and women’s teams compose potentially the most diverse binary of any group on this campus.
The year is 2012, and three wide-eyed freshmen walk onto the Ringe Courts as Red and Blue athletes for the first time, eager to take No.9 Penn men’s squash to new heights.
If only it were that simple.
A lot has changed since Steve Donahue last coached for Penn basketball.
On March 7, 2014, then-sophomore Kasey Chambers took the floor in the second round of the MAAC Tournament with her Monmouth women’s basketball teammates.