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.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football grinds it out on the ground, a field hockey sophomore puts in another full shift, and both men's and women's soccer prevail in shoutout environments.
This weekend against Chestnut Hill, the Quakers got an all-time performance from sophomore running back Laquan McKever, who powered the team to its third straight victory.
Behind an impressive offensive line and a defense that made plays when it needed to, Penn sprint football came away with a 42-32 win against Chestnut Hill.
Best friends and former Penn sprint football teammates Tom Console and James Juliano now find themselves on opposite sides of a bitter rivalry game.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football lights up the scoreboard, volleyball struggles against Princeton, and field hockey bounces back in a big way.
Riding a strong running game and a stifling defense, the Quakers dominated Post, 57-7, for their second straight win and their fourth straight win against the Eagles.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football lights up the scoreboard, Ryan Cragun steals the show, and men's soccer comes away with another narrow win.
Following a difficult three-interception performance in a loss to Army last week, Penn sprint football’s senior quarterback bounced back in a big way against Cornell on Friday.
For the first road game of the season, Coach Wagner and his team headed to Ithaca, N.Y. for a matchup with Ancient Eight rival Cornell.
Mike McCurdy, former sprint football quarterback and 2017 Penn graduate, never ceased to impress on and off the field during his time on campus.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, sprint football's Eddie Jenkins puts up big numbers, volleyball continues its hot streak, and field hockey gets on the scoreboard.
In coach Bill Wagner’s last ever season opener, Penn sprint football was unable to complete its comeback as time expired, suffering a 24-21 loss to Army at Franklin Field on Friday night.
As the fall sports season get into the swing of things, this weekend will be key for Penn Athletics.
This is what has made Wagner so popular throughout his whole life: his unbounded enthusiasm for sports, his genuine passion for all that he does, his unwavering commitment to others.
During their freshman year, Jenkins and Hermann joined the Delta Kappa Epsilon fraternity, where both served in leadership roles.
One constant for the Red and Blue offense in 2019 will be first team All-Collegiate Sprint Football League sophomore wide receiver Brendan McCaffrey.
Now, the Quakers will have to look to the returning members of the team for defensive talent.