Boasting a strong senior class headlined by center Matt Hermann, wideout Billy Murphy, and quarterback Eddie Jenkins, the Red and Blue finished third in last season's CSFL standings.
Jerry McConnell has the tough task of replacing 50-year sprint football coach Bill Wagner, but he will use his 12 years of experience at Penn to lead the Quakers.
The decision to not have a fall season will mean that Penn sprint football supporters will have to wait a little longer to see the team's first new coach in 50 years.
Although the fates of sports seasons around the globe are still up in the air, Penn has numerous athletes looking to continue their success in the fall.
We need to think critically about the benefits and drawbacks of both options: allowing the game to continue as is, injuries and all, while examining the consequences of eliminating the program altogether.
After 50 years with Wagner at the helm, the Quakers are turning to coach Jerry McConnell to take over the program, as announced by Penn Athletics on Tuesday.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's cross country wins the Ivy Heps, Ryan Cragun continues his monster season, and coach Bill Wagner says goodbye to Penn sprint football.
On Saturday night, Wagner concluded his 50-year career with the Red and Blue with a hard-earned, 31-21 victory against Caldwell.
The Quakers entered the year aiming to win the Collegiate Sprint Football League championship to celebrate coach Bill Wagner’s 50th and final season at the helm of the program.
For many of the teams at Penn, postgame tailgates provide a space for friends and family to congregate after a match or meet.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn sprint football blows out Alderson Broaddus, men's soccer pulls off a historic win, and Elita van Staden keeps her hot stretch going.
Jenkins completed 14 of 21 pass attempts for 263 yards with three touchdowns and an interception in a resounding 49-7 win against Alderson Broaddus.
It was coach Bill Wagner’s last game at Franklin Field, and Penn sprint football was sure to give him a proper send off in a dominating win.
Jack Hennigan had never heard of sprint football before his first visit to Franklin Field. Four years later, the senior linebacker is the behind-the-scenes leader of Penn sprint football.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, both of Penn's football teams struggle on offense, Penn women's soccer proves it can close out games, and and field hockey puts one in at the last moment.
Penn sprint football lost a hard-fought, closely contested game to Navy by a score of 16-7 in Annapolis, Md. on Friday night.
On Friday, Penn sprint football will face Navy in a game that could very well decide which team represents the South Division in the CSFL championship.
Only a sophomore, Laquan McKever has become the face of Penn sprint football in the midst of a breakout season at running back.
Penn sprint football is perhaps the team with the most versatility, with multiple players succeeding at multiple positions
A pair of Red and Blue athletes picked up weekly awards for their efforts this past weekend.