Long before the Quakers stepped foot in the Palestra or on Franklin Field, another sport ruled Penn’s playing fields — cricket.
Just seven years after co-captaining the Penn men's hoops team, Andy Toole is the youngest NCAA Division I coach in the nation.
In the second of two stories honoring Black History Month, Penn football's Bradford Blackmon and track's Victoria Strickland speak about the misperceptions of Ivy student-athletes.
Coach Jack Wyant is expecting a lot in the final two weeks of the 2010-2011 squash season, but most pressing is the event that Wyant and his wife, Amelia, cannot date: the arrival of their second son.
Actions may speak louder than words, but trash talking plays a significant role at every level and type of sport.
From playing against the Harlem Globetrotters to coaching the Quakers, Mike McLaughlin's journey has centered on one thing: the love of the game.
College sophomore Meredith Shea is looking to bring polo back to Penn — and so far, things are looking good.
Less than 36 hours until perhaps the biggest weekend of Tyler Bernardini’s collegiate basketball life, something was amiss in Penn basketball land.
At an event where excess is celebrated, just one wing proved to be the difference between winner and loser.
Winter break is the most wonderful time of the year — except if you’re a swimmer or a wrestler, who undergo the most rigorous portion of their training over break.
The DP's weekly video preview of the weekend's sports action looks at men's basketball vs. Army, volleyball in the NCAA tournament, and much more.
The DP's weekly sports video preview of the weekend's action looks at football's quest for perfection, men's soccer's in the NCAA tournament, and much more.
Photos of soccer icons David Beckham and Landon Donovan and their LA Galaxy teammates practicing at Rhodes Field on Wednesday.
Twenty teams of eight riders from around the world tackled a course of that distance, 156 miles, at Sunday’s 26th annual Philadelphia International Cycling Championship.
Writing for sports hasn’t always been easy. I’ve had to juggle team schedules with my own, balance my friendships with accurate reporting, and I’ve also received a fair share of criticism. But in spite of these challenges, I wouldn’t change a thing.
After four years and 180 articles, Neil Fanaroff knows that he has stuck with the sports section for his love of being a fan.
Zach Klitzman borrows a line from Wedding Crashers to explain his love for women’s lax and his difficulty staying objective.
These last four years may have been the most carefree, fun years of our lives, but they’re not the best ones — at least I hope not.
David Gurian-Peck shows his appreciation for the quotes and people that have made his time at the DP well worth it.
It has been a long year for Penn athletes and Quakers fans alike. Join us in revisiting some of the highlights — and a few lowlights — of the year, now in easy-to-read grid form!