Articles by Andrea Mendoza

10/17/21 11:07pm
Sports associate Andrea Mendoza argues that Penn football needs to shift its priorities to next season by playing younger players now. 
10/01/21 10:29pm
On Oct. 1, Penn football (1-2, 0-1 Ivy) was finally able to make their return to Franklin Field, taking on rival Dartmouth (3-0, 1-0 Ivy) to open the Ivy League season. But just like the last three times the old foes met, the Big Green came out on top tonight by a score of 31-7. 
09/28/21 8:43pm
Senior running back Laquan McKever had an especially outstanding Saturday night against the Mountaineers. 
09/27/21 12:02am
This weekend, Penn field hockey fell to Princeton (3-5) in the Red and Blue's first Ivy League game of the season Friday afternoon and Syracuse (6-2) on Sunday. 
09/21/21 9:30pm
The women's soccer goalkeeper netted a season- and career-high six saves this weekend.
09/17/21 10:40am
Thanks to a shutout from goalkeeper Laurence Gladu and a pair of goals from Sizzy Lawton and Lauren Teuschl, the Quakers came away with a win over Villanova. 
09/15/21 12:02am
As Penn football begins its first season in almost two years, we take a look at this year’s Red and Blue defense to see who has appeared in previous seasons and who we might see in their upcoming games. 
09/07/21 11:12pm
The women's volleyball team swept this weekend's Sheraton University City Invitational 3-0. 
08/18/21 3:18pm
This summer in Tokyo, two current Penn fencers and one former Penn fencer competed at the Olympics, with each notching meaningful competition time for their respective countries.
06/01/21 6:19pm
In 1967, the East Division Finals between the Sixers and Celtics began at the Palestra with the Sixers' typical arena occupied for the night. Decades later, the Sixers would also hold some open practices at the the Palestra.
04/26/21 11:44pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian takes a look at Penn softball's assistant coaches.
03/29/21 10:35pm
On Saturday, the Penn track hosted the Penn Challenge, welcoming local schools Rider, Villanova, St. Joseph’s, and Temple to Franklin Field for the meet. Emotions were running high for the Quakers, with athletes and coaches alike thrilled to be back in action.
03/17/21 10:30pm
Penn's five assistant coaches not only manage players, implement game plans, and coach technique, but they also are all assigned different geographic regions to recruit the next generation of Quakers to lead the storied programs
03/04/21 12:13am
Title IX, a federal civil rights law passed as part of the Education Amendments of 1972, was enacted June 23, 1972 and its interpretation was published in June, 1974. It was designed to prevent discrimination based on sex in educational programs or activities, including athletics.
02/24/21 8:37pm
Junior Jason Langer first picked up a golf club at the age of two or three, following in the footsteps of his father, Bernhard Langer, a two-time Masters champion. 
12/06/20 8:49pm
Before assuming the head coaching position for the Quakers in 1977, Weinhauer served as Chuck Daly’s assistant for four seasons. He then coached the Red and Blue from 1977 to 1982. 
11/18/20 8:11pm
For the first time in 55 years of games at the Palestra, the squad would start off the season with newly replaced floors since its construction.
11/08/20 8:16pm
The idea of selling face masks was first introduced by Tom Console, quality control coach, and it evolved into a fundraiser for first responders. 
10/26/20 9:12pm
In Dick Harter's last year as coach of Penn men's basketball, he produced perhaps his finest season with a 28-1 record and Elite Eight appearance. 
10/14/20 8:33pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn sprint football's Ben Klaus 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the junior wide receiver, tight end, and linebacker had to say. 
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