Articles by Eashwar Kantemneni
Moment of the Year: Football's game-winning touchdown at PrincetonA miraculous touchdown with five seconds left secured the 20-19 victory over the Tigers in the team's final game of the season.
Penn men's swimming and diving finishes sixth at Ivy League championships2023 marked the first year since 2020 that the Quakers did not have either an individual champion or a winning relay in the A group.
Penn men's basketball outshot, yet claw to 92-86 win over CornellThe Quakers picked up the second win of a weekend sweep.
Looking back at when Pelé played at Franklin FieldThe Brazilian superstar played a match on Penn's campus on July 10, 1976.
Checking in on ranked Penn teams: January 2023 EditionWrestling notched a big win against Columbia on Sunday, while men's and women's squash lost at Harvard.
Ivy League football headed to Japan for "Dream Bowl" on Jan. 22Standout football players from the Ivy League will be going head-to-head with All-Stars from Japan's National Football Association (NFA) in the inaugural "Dream Bowl," held all the way in Tokyo.
Penn football's Jake Heimlicher announces graduate transfer to UCLAStar Penn football linebacker Jake Heimlicher officially announced on Tuesday that he would be signing with the No. 17-ranked UCLA.
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.
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.
Missing Jordan Dingle, men's basketball decimated by West Virginia in 34-point blowoutPlaying against West Virginia for the first time since 1981, Penn suffered the same result, but with a much larger margin 41 years later.
The picks are in: Penn football at PrincetonFive Daily Pennsylvanian staffers make their predictions ahead of Saturday's season-ending contest.
Men's basketball slides to 0-3 with loss in home-opener against TowsonOn Sunday afternoon, the Quakers fell to Towson, 80-74, and while the final score may seem close, the game was much more lopsided than it appears.
The picks are in: Penn vs. HarvardThe DP Sports staff is mostly optimistic about the Quakers as they head into the final games of the season.
Kantemneni | Penn's performance Saturday proves Brown was just a bump in the roadDeputy Sports Editor Eashwar Kantemneni believes that Penn's dominance Saturday proves its defeat against Brown was just one setback and not a sign of things to come.
The picks are in: Penn vs. CornellThe DP Sports staff is optimistic that Penn football can bounce back from its first loss of the season.
‘Leave a legacy of winning’: Inside Jordan Dingle's quest for redemptionComing off a heartbreaking end to last season, Penn superstar guard Jordan Dingle seeks redemption and postseason success for Penn.
Wharton club hosts Sports Business Summit featuring Tobias HarrisTobias Harris, Milwaukee Bucks co-owner Marc Lasry, and a whole host of other high-profile figures spoke at the annual Wharton Sports Business Summit.
The picks are in: Penn football vs. YaleOur sports staff is in agreement: Penn will again emerge undefeated past this homecoming weekend.
Field hockey and men's soccer earn national recognition in rankingsPenn sports have been threading together incredible momentums on the field, as field hockey and men's soccer joined football in earning recognition in national polls and rankings.