Articles by Carter Lynn

12/10/21 11:37pm
Sports reporter Carter Lynn gives his thoughts on Penn's loss to Stony Brook.
11/10/21 10:19pm
For the second straight season — with the 2020 season being canceled due to COVID-19 — the Dolphinos, the nickname of the Men's Club Soccer Team, have earned a bid to the NIRSA National Championship in Foley, Ala.
11/07/21 12:21pm
While fans have had to show Green PennOpen Passes, masking and distancing have not been enforced at outdoor events, including the football season home opener that was attended by over 8,000 people.
10/24/21 9:46pm
In a 40-10 win against previously undefeated Caldwell, Penn sprint football showed that, once again, they cannot be stopped. 
10/10/21 10:09pm
In a 63-0 home win against Cornell, the Red and Blue never took their foot off the gas. 
09/30/21 12:07am
After losing MVP quarterback Eddie Jenkins two years ago, Andrew Paolini had a big role to step into. Despite that, Paolini has been nothing short of incredible.
09/20/21 12:04am
After a much longer-than-anticipated break from action, Penn sprint football finally got to don red and blue once again. 
09/12/21 10:03pm
Last weekend, Penn volleyball took all of the first three games of their season. This weekend, the Quakers came back down to earth a bit, losing their three matches at the DePaul Invitational.
04/28/21 11:25pm
Offensive lineman Jack Purcell had experience with volunteering, but COVID-19 vaccine distribution was a fresh challenge for the sophomore. 
04/07/21 9:39pm
Almost seven years after his first start for Penn in his freshman year, Jones is now a video coordinator for the Houston Rockets.
03/24/21 11:41pm
The transition to sales after professional basketball is only natural, according to former Penn men’s basketball player Andreas Schreiber, that is. Graduating from Penn in 2011 with a degree in environmental science, business was a completely foreign idea to him. 
03/10/21 12:38am
In a normal year, highly sought-after high school recruits have numerous opportunities to consider their options. They can go on official school visits, speak in-person with coaches and other players, and truly get a feel for the athletic programs. However, with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting the operation of athletics, it has been hard for high school recruits to get a feel for their prospective schools.
02/28/21 10:18pm
Without veteran quarterback Ryan Glover under center for the 2021 fall season, we take a look at who Penn will turn to to lead the Quakers next.
02/15/21 1:55am
Jackson-Cartwright and Nelson-Henry recently checked in with the Daily Pennsylvanian about their recent lifestyle adjustments due to the pandemic.
02/10/21 8:26pm
This year, Ivy League basketball remained sidelined while every other Division I school is pushing through the COVID-19 pandemic to play games as scheduled. For Penn fans and athletes alike, the whole situation is, simply put, frustrating.
02/03/21 9:24pm
One of the Red and Blue's best defensive linemen in the program’s long history, Marrow leads Penn’s records in most sacks in a season and is second in career sacks. 
01/31/21 8:35pm
It wasn't until his forties that Ein began playing in professional tournaments, and he is the oldest person to ever receive an ATP doubles ranking.
12/07/20 8:00pm
Although Leonsis is involved in just about every facet of Monumental Sports, his main focus revolves around the media business, venture capital acquisitions, and merger opportunities. 
11/29/20 10:21pm
While two seemingly unrelated businessmen may seem to only have sports ownership in common, they share another connection: They’re both Wharton graduates. 
11/15/20 9:01pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn men's basketball’s Mark Jackson 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the senior had to say.
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