Articles by Alex Siegel

02/24/12 1:01am
Though many believe Saturday night’s vaunted rematch between Penn and Harvard could determine the fate of the Ivy League, men’s basketball coach Jerome Allen would say the Red and Blue’s most important game of the year comes a day earlier, against last-place Dartmouth.
02/15/12 12:54am
In the midst of a rare two-week home stretch, the Penn men’s basketball team will remain at the Palestra this weekend to face Ivy foes Cornell and Columbia.
04/21/11 5:12am
Untimely hitting hurt Penn once again, as the Quakers fell to Lehigh, 6-5, on Wednesday.
04/19/11 2:39am
With just two weeks remaining in what has been a tightly contested Ivy season, the playoff finalists are far from settled.
04/04/11 2:25am
Penn baseball swept Harvard and Dartmouth in two weekend doubleheaders, bringing the Quakers to a 4-0 Ivy League record.
03/01/11 4:41am
In the wake of alarmingly high scoring contests that endangered pitchers and dragged ballgames on for hours, the NCAA instituted a new line of baseball bats this season, affecting strategy and recruiting.
02/11/11 4:28am

The long road to recovery

After the Quakers’ heartbreaking loss Tuesday to Princeton, they face Cornell Friday before going up against Columbia Saturday.
11/24/10 4:37am
Penn hasn’t faced off against Pittsburgh in the past decade, so excuse the Quakers if they’re a little unfamiliar with the Panthers’ roster.
11/15/10 5:14am
On a day where no one seemed able to move the ball early on, Penn’s special teams catalyzed the scoring.
11/11/10 2:55am
This year’s Ivy League preseason poll pegged the Quakers at fourth in the conference.
11/10/10 5:17am
A rare disease almost ended Drew Goldsmith’s football career. Now the defensive end is starting in his senior year for the first-place Quakers.
10/30/10 5:38pm
After dominating the Bears, 24-7, Saturday at Franklin Field, the Quakers now control their own destiny as the lone remaining undefeated team in the conference.
10/27/10 4:26am
Though Mark DeRosa is back in California preparing for tonight’s Game 1 of the World Series with the San Francisco Giants — albeit as a member of the disabled list — he spent last Saturday purveying a much different championship showdown: Penn’s annual intersquad Red and Blue World Series.
10/15/10 4:22am
Columbia has not defeated the Quakers once over the last 14 seasons and has suffered six straight defeats at Franklin Field dating back to 1995.
10/07/10 4:19am
Aside from the 3-to-4-month season, coaches spend the rest of the year relentlessly promoting their team through practices, fundraising and recruiting.
09/26/10 1:28am
Although the Quakers kept within striking distance of the Wildcats, a number of mistakes and a costly injury proved the difference in the 22-10 loss.
09/22/10 3:58am
Rev. Katherine Brearley will testify about legislation to safely manage concussions in student athletes.
09/16/10 4:29am
Though the NCAA has some guidelines and requirements for dealing with concussions, most of the responsibility is left to individual schools.
04/22/10 4:07am
As he does with most weekday games, head coach John Cole was forced to patch together a pitching staff and lineup to fit between two busy weekends, each with four conference games.
04/14/10 3:22am
After a disappointing weekend on the road, the Quakers are setfor a turnaround when they host La Salle tomorrow at Meiklejohn Stadium at 3 p.m.
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