After a year of canceled competition, fall sports returned this season to Penn's campus. With them, many Quaker seniors were able to make one last mark on the program they dedicated their college careers to.
Now that fall sports have come to a close, here's a look at how seven Quaker teams did this year.
As the fall season comes to a close — the first since 2019 — we take a look at five interesting statistics from fall sports teams that were exceptionally noteworthy.
With the Collegiate Sprint Football League (CSFL) South Division title on the line, Penn was unable to sink Navy.
As the fall sports seasons are drawing to a close and winter seasons are opening up, multiple sports are in play. Here is a look into the multitude of games and events over the weekend.
The start of November is an eventful time for Penn Athletics. With fall sports wrapping up and winter sports beginning, there is no other time quite so exciting for the Quakers. With that in mind, let's take a look back at important events that occurred this week in Penn sports history.
Sprint football’s game against Alderson-Broaddus on Friday seemed to have all of the makings of a trap game, but the Quakers pulled out the win.
In a 40-10 win against previously undefeated Caldwell, Penn sprint football showed that, once again, they cannot be stopped.
After losing its first game of the season to Army, Penn sprint football has bounced back and won three games in a row. All the Red and Blue's wins so far have been blowouts, and the team's game against Chestnut Hill was no different.
In a 63-0 home win against Cornell, the Red and Blue never took their foot off the gas.
After losing MVP quarterback Eddie Jenkins two years ago, Andrew Paolini had a big role to step into. Despite that, Paolini has been nothing short of incredible.
Senior running back Laquan McKever had an especially outstanding Saturday night against the Mountaineers.
After a difficult wake-up call against Army, Penn sprint football answered the bell this weekend, beating Mansfield 55-28 in an offensive explosion.
Athletes are excited not only about competing on the field for the first time, but also experiencing the life of a student-athlete on campus.
After a much longer-than-anticipated break from action, Penn sprint football finally got to don red and blue once again.
Going into the upcoming fall athletics season, five teams will see action for the first time since 2019.
After reading this list, expect to be a little more fluent in Quaker jargon — from the program’s storied past to its ever-changing present.
In this edition of "Revisiting the Breakout," the DP looks at Brendan McCaffrey, who is looking to repeat the success from his sophomore season during his senior year.
While it didn't end as abruptly as last year's season, this year's athletics season was marred by cancellations and a lack of play.
For many of Penn's graduating seniors, this meant that they had no traditional senior night. In honor of these soon-to-be graduates, here's a look at some of the seniors from fall sports that impacted their respective programs the most.
On Sunday Mar. 21, coach Jerry McConnell's football team took part in a Walk-A-Thon for the Children's Hospital of Pennsylvania to benefit funding for cerebral palsy research, raising over $4,500 for the cause.