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Sprint Football

10/03/13 12:48pm

Sprint football vs. Navy cancelled due to government shutdown

The government shutdown at Washington already had wide-reaching effects at Penn. Now it is touching Penn athletics, as Penn vs. Navy sprint football has been postponed
10/01/13 8:05pm
For three consecutive seasons now, the Penn sprint football team has enjoyed the coaches’ dream of having three returning starters on its offensive line. These three seniors: Chris Nagle, Matthew Paige and Jordan Colbert, have provided a bedrock for the running game and a great wall for the passing game.
09/27/13 11:56pm

Penn sprint football rolls over Cornell, 28-14

Penn broke out of its early-game passing struggles in the second half and also posted 311 total rushing yards en route to a commanding 28-14 victory, its second straight.
09/24/13 4:51pm
Penn has already seen major changes at quarterback, wide receiver and on the defensive line for a laundry list of reasons, ranging from significant injury, to personal issues, to good old-fashioned ineffectiveness.
09/20/13 11:56pm
Freshman quarterback Mike McCurdy delivered a timely statement performance, slinging four second-half touchdowns to spearhead the Quakers’ 42-14 shellacking of Mansfield at Franklin Field Friday night.
09/19/13 7:33pm
Penn (0-1) will host the Mounties (1-0) at Franklin Field this Friday night in hopes of earning a more comfortable victory than last year’s 16-13 nail-biter.
09/13/13 10:38pm

Army dismisses Penn sprint football, 35-12

It was another tough outing for the Quakers in West Point where the big play was the Achilles heel in the Penn Defense.
09/12/13 8:25pm
The defending CSFL champion Black Knights pose a daunting task for the Red and Blue, who have fallen victim to a number of injuries and unfortunate personnel changes.
09/09/13 6:11pm
This year the sprint football roster boasts four players from Moorestown, NJ, a city that has proven time and time again it’s a factory that churns out productive, intelligent, and gritty football players.
09/07/13 3:39pm
An explosive offense coupled with a hard-nosed defensive front was enough to notch Penn a 26-12 victory in the annual alumni game.
08/20/13 5:17pm

Sprint football looking to rebound

This year, sprint football hopes to return to championship form and transform those narrow defeats into comfortable victories.
11/05/12 12:12am

Senior Whit Shaw helps stave off late Princeton comeback

With nine minutes left in the fourth quarter, it appeared the Penn sprint football team was about to give away a huge lead on its way to a disappointing season-ending loss. Whit Shaw would have none of that.
11/01/12 1:50am

Sprint football enjoys experience on both sides of the ball

Under the open philosophy of coach Bill Wagner, the Penn sprint football team has become a hotbed for players trying out — and often succeeding at — new positions on the field.
10/28/12 6:25pm
Besieged by problems on both sides of the ball from the outset, the Quakers were run over by Navy, 44-10.
10/24/12 11:03pm
Like any college team, the sprint football squad has its fair share of players recruited for the team. However, the majority of the team is composed of walk-ons.
10/24/12 12:38am

Offense not enough in sprint football loss

The Quakers’ last-place defense allowed Post score a season high in points as Post topped Penn, 48-27, at Franklin Field.
10/14/12 11:10pm

Sprint football trampled by Army

It was a tale of two halves for the Red and Blue, as a taut first-half affair quickly descended into chaos as Army’s Marquis Morris shredded the Quakers’ defensive front.
10/12/12 12:24am
The sprint football seniors, all eight of them, will take to Franklin Field this Saturday to lead a very young Penn team against undefeated Army.
10/09/12 12:02am
In the midst of his 43rd season as head coach of the Penn sprint football team, Bill Wagner has his squad performing as strong as ever.
10/07/12 10:56pm

Sprint football survives after late-game heroics

Holding on after a 20-yard Kai Peng field goal with just over a minute to play, the Quakers defeated Mansfield, 16-13, at Franklin Field on Friday night