Articles by Brandon Pride
15 questions with… Brandon Pride, a former DP sports editorThe DP sat down with former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride, and asked him 15 questions about his time at The Daily Pennsylvanian, his experience at Penn, and life overall.
Men's Athlete of the Year: Jordan DingleThe junior guard led Penn men's basketball — and finished second nationally — with 23.4 points per game.
Double play: Former two-sport Quaker Mark DeRosa details path to Team USA managerBefore an illustrious career in baseball as a player, broadcaster, and manager, Mark DeRosa was one of the greatest quarterbacks in Penn history.
Baseball jumps to third in Ivy League after series win against PrincetonAfter blowing out the Tigers in game one and being shut out in game two, Penn and Princeton played close in game three before a Wyatt Henseler homer sealed the deal.
The top 10 greatest athletes in Penn historyFormer Sports Editor Brandon Pride names his top 10 greatest athletes in Penn history, including a Super Bowl Champion, Olympic gold medalist, and several All-Americans.
Pivotal Penn Athletics Director Paul Rubincam dies at 89Rubincam served as Penn’s athletic director from 1985-1994.
Padilla breaks record, but Penn stunned by Brown 68-59, questioning playoff positioningThe loss cast a somber mood over what could have been a celebratory night as Padilla cemented her status in Quaker history.
The greatest athlete in every Ivy League school's historyFormer Sports Editor Brandon Pride breaks down the best athlete to compete for each Ivy League School.
Ivy League men's basketball power rankings: MidseasonFormer Sports Editor ranks the the Ivy League teams with conference play halfway through.
Students unable to receive free cheesesteaks from Penn basketball promotionThe promotion at Delco Steaks promised free cheesesteaks immediately after the game to students with a valid ticket as a result of Penn scoring 80 points and winning.
The picks are in: Penn men's basketball vs. HarvardAhead of Saturday's huge matchup against the Crimson at the Palestra, the DP's sports team makes its predictions.
Former Penn men's basketball forward Cam Gunter dies at 31Cam Gunter, a former Penn men’s basketball player, died on Friday, the team announced on Twitter. No cause of death has been disclosed at this time.
Pride | The Ivy League's football stadiums, rankedFormer Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride, who has covered games at all eight stadiums, ranks them based on their suitability for Ivy League football today.
Men's basketball can't keep up with Villanova after hot start, falling 70-59With the loss, Penn has dropped 18 of its last 19 against the Wildcats and falls to a precarious 0-3 in the Big 5.
The picks are in: Penn men's basketball at VillanovaFour Daily Pennsylvanian sports staffers make their picks for who will come away with the win in Wednesday night's contest.
Pride | Here's how the Ivy League can adapt to modern timesFormer Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride offers four changes that the conference can make to keep up with the times and empower its athletes.
Five interesting statistics from Penn's 2022 fall sports seasonAs the fall season comes to a close, we take a look at five especially noteworthy statistics from fall sports teams.
One Olympics down, another to go: Fencing captain Blake Broszus aims for podiumsFencer Blake Broszus was inspired to join the sport by 2008 Olympic Gold Medalist Benjamin Kleibrink, who he later faced off against in the 2020 Games.
Penn football 2022: Season SuperlativesFinishing off a season with its most wins since 2010, Penn football had a lot of players step up big this season.