In the coming offseason, Penn sprint football will be losing the senior defensive back and captain Console, a three-year starter whose impact on the team extends far beyond the field.
We take an inside look at the culture of indifference towards head injuries on Penn sprint football in Part II of When a Player Gets Up Dazed.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, a pair of cousins dominated for sprint football, a month-long shutout streak came to an end, and Penn football failed to stop Yale's ground game.
Penn defeated Caldwell 38-14 on a crisp afternoon at Franklin Field after back-to-back losses to two Chestnut Hill and Army, the latter of which beat Penn in the championship game last year.
Last year, the Red and Blue shellacked the Cougars to the tune of 69-6. Caldwell should merely be looked at as a stepping stone, a confidence booster before the Quakers they play divisional rival Navy next week.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, multiple players broke through for stellar games and Penn football won ugly against Columbia.
In Part I, three former Penn sprint football players deal with the effects of playing through brain injuries during the 2017 season. When they played through their concussions, they didn't think they'd still be feeling the effects today.
In the return of reigning first team All-Collegiate Sprint Football League quarterback Eddie Jenkins, Penn sprint football traveled to West Point, N.Y. looking to get back on track by avenging last season’s 10-0 loss in the CSFL championship game.
Penn sprint football junior quarterback Eddie Jenkins returned to practice this week after an extended layoff due to a left knee injury.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, defenses across the board had an impressive weekend, and football gave up touchdowns to an unlikely group of players.
Coming off a huge win against Cornell where the defense and rushing attack played a huge role, the Quakers couldn't keep the good times rolling against divisional rivals Chestnut Hill.
Over the last few years, Penn sprint football has been one of Penn's more successful varsity programs. It also has one of the more — if not the most — unique recruiting processes.
Matos, now a senior, saw his position at Penn both inside and outside of sports change significantly over his first three years. He went from a walk-on freshman on the football team to a sophomore playing both offensive and defensive line for sprint football to a junior leading a magazine and a service trip.
Ever since Klaus began playing football, he’s always been focused on winning. Coming into each and every season, his ultimate goal is earning a title.
Just two weeks into the season, the Ravens, who have been a member since 2013, are officially no longer a part of the Collegiate Sprint Football League.
The question facing the Quakers in the third game of the young season is whether they can find consistency on both sides of the ball for an entire game. Their first chance to answer this question comes this Friday at Franklin Field against Chestnut Hill.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, scoreless streaks were extended for Penn's two soccer teams, running backs kept the ball moving, and defenses came up strong.
The Quakers took down Cornell, 16-7, in a showdown between the only two Ancient Eight teams in the Collegiate Sprint Football League.
On the heels of last week's 54-21 win over Mansfield, Penn looks to build off its momentum Friday night as it welcomes Cornell, the only other Ivy League team in the Collegiate Sprint Football League, to Franklin Field for its home opener.
After a strong 6-2 season last fall, Penn sprint football returns to action this Saturday when the team travels across the state to take on Mansfield.