Articles by Coby Rich
Men's lacrosse repairs two-game losing streak with home win over HarvardIn a crucial matchup against Ivy rival Harvard, the Red and Blue pulled out a close win, bringing their NCAA Division I ranking to No. 4.
Men's lacrosse drops to .500 after blowing five-goal lead against BrownComing off a tough OT loss against Yale last weekend, the Quakers traveled back to Franklin Field to face the Brown Bears, but fell surprisingly 12-10 despite Dylan Gergar's three goals.
Men's lacrosse drops to Yale in close OT contestIt took five quarters to settle this one, but the Quakers were unable to emerge victorious against Yale on Saturday.
Women's basketball notches second-straight win in OT thriller at HarvardThe Quakers have now won back-to-back Ivy League games for the first time this season, and they continue to right the ship following a mid-season five-game losing streak that threatened their Ivy Tournament hopes.
Penn football alumnus Justin Watson signs with Kansas City ChiefsRoughly a year after winning a Super Bowl with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Penn football alumnus Justin Watson has signed with the Kansas City Chiefs.
Penn swimming appears outmatched against strong Harvard squadWith only two meets remaining until the Ivy League Championships in February, Penn men’s and women’s swimming looked to right their respective ships this weekend.
In first game in two years, women's basketball dominates Hartford, 85-42Opening their season at the University of Hartford, the 2019-20 Ivy League runners-up looked the part of a team with something to prove in the upcoming season.
Penn men's basketball falls to George Mason 87-66It seems that Penn men’s basketball may have left a piece of itself in Tallahassee, Fla. this Wednesday.
Penn men's and women's tennis cap off seasons at ITA National ChampionshipsThe 2021 fall seasons came to their respective ends this past weekend for Penn men’s and women’s tennis.
Sprint football stays hot, blows out Alderson BroaddusSprint football’s game against Alderson-Broaddus on Friday seemed to have all of the makings of a trap game, but the Quakers pulled out the win.
Penn field hockey holds on for back-and-forth 3-2 victory against BrownThe Quakers had been the losers of three straight against Princeton, Syracuse, and Harvard before picking up a win at home against Cornell last week, and they kept their momentum going in the Ocean State.
Despite a loaded backfield, Trey Flowers finding his niche for Penn footballSenior Trey Flowers has provided sparks for the Quaker offense whenever he’s been able to get his hands on the ball, averaging 44 yards per game so far this season.
Women's soccer bounces back against Cornell after loss to nationally ranked HarvardComing off of last week's loss at Harvard, the Quakers bounced back with a 2-0 win over Cornell.
Sprint football bounces back against Mansfield in 55-28 victoryAfter a difficult wake-up call against Army, Penn sprint football answered the bell this weekend, beating Mansfield 55-28 in an offensive explosion.
Men's soccer comes up short against undefeated Rutgers, losing 1-0It was a rough one on offense for Penn men’s soccer Monday night against Rutgers University across the border in New Jersey.
Penn football dominates long-awaited season opener, beating Bucknell 30-6The Quakers trounced the Bison by a whopping 24-point margin, in large part due to the play of their new starting quarterback, senior John Quinnelly.
Born deaf, running back Aaron Jones still looks to make mark on Penn footballFor freshman running back Aaron Jones, not even the greatest hurdles can stop him from achieving success, as he's managed to secure his place on the Penn football team despite a lifelong struggle with hearing.
Penn cross country gets off to a solid start at Lehigh InvitationalPenn's cross country squads kicked off their seasons at the Lehigh Invitational, with both men's and women's finishing in the top five out of the eight schools there.
The City of Brotherly Love and Basketball: the history of the Big 5In 1954, Penn president Dr. Gaylord Probasco Harnwell – the namesake of Harnwell College House – announced the formation of a new method of intercollegiate basketball competition. Rather than playing in a conference, five Philadelphia-area schools would play a round-robin series of games for a city championship.