Articles by Anusha Mathur

04/04/21 8:17pm
Beyond playing on the field, Fuller has always loved sharing his sport with younger generations. He coached youth club teams and the Olympic Development Program throughout college. 
03/01/21 9:44pm
In the wake of the protests and racial activism of last summer, Penn women's soccer, along with the other seven Ivy League teams, formed the Justice Coalition to further their commitment to advancing social justice issues in their communities. 
02/15/21 9:39pm
John Edgar Wideman broke barriers both during his time on Penn men’s basketball, as one of the few Black players on the team, and in his illustrious writing career that followed after he graduated.
02/15/21 1:54am
What started in a mommy-and-me gymnastics coordination class blossomed into a lifelong commitment. Nelson is no stranger to success, including qualifying to Level 10 Junior Olympic National Championships in 2016 and 2017. 
02/02/21 9:07pm
For Case, a 6-foot-5 freshman guard from Toronto, basketball achievements have defined both the course of his career and his worldview. 
01/27/21 10:28pm
Penn's men's basketball has been on pause since last March with the cancellation of Ivy League sports into the winter of 2021 and is the only Big 5 program currently not playing basketball. We take a look at how Penn's peers are doing this season.
12/01/20 7:49pm
After trouble in the first half, Penn football rebounded from a 20-10 deficit to score an epic 26-23 overtime victory against Princeton on Nov. 7, 2015. 
11/18/20 8:00pm
Penn senior Jordyn Mannino began her gymnastics career doing Mommy and Me classes as a toddler, where she discovered her love for running and tumbling in the gym.
11/09/20 8:32pm
The impact of coach Chuck Daly continues to be felt in the basketball community, as he left behind a legacy of impressive achievements and a model of powerful mentorship that current coaches aspire to emulate. 
10/26/20 9:13pm
Since his first appearance, Jason McCleod has continued to demonstrate his skills and technique as one of the Quakers' best defensive backs.
10/14/20 10:17pm
1966 earned its place as one of the most eventful years in Penn men’s basketball history. The Red and Blue won the university’s first-ever official Ivy League championship. 
09/30/20 8:24pm
As a Biology major possibly pursuing a pre-medicine track, Readinger has a busy schedule outside of playing for the Quakers, but she has still achieved success in both academics and athletics.
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