Articles by Ezra Troy

09/20/21 12:08am
The Ivy League's return to action this weekend was a success, with the league as a whole winning five of eight matchups.
04/05/21 9:09pm
The Quakers have gone as the Ivy League representative to the NCAA Tournament five times in program history, all since 2000.
03/08/21 10:38pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Laura Murphy of Penn women's lacrosse 15 questions about her sport, her time at Penn, and her life overall. Here's what the senior had to say.
02/23/21 8:58pm
From intramural games in 1871 to winning seven national titles in a 30-year span between 1894 and 1924, and finally, to being a part of the Ivy League since 1956, football has been a part of the University for almost 150 years.
02/09/21 10:04pm
On January 1, 1917, 25,000 people packed into the extra grandstand seating at Tournament Park in Pasadena, Calif. to witness a game that would change the landscape of College Football forever. 
01/27/21 12:12am
 In our third article in the series about Penn players who have played in pro sports leagues, we take a look at Quakers who have played in the MLB and how their careers stack up to that of an average MLB player. 
01/27/21 12:09am
 In our second article in this series on Penn players being drafted to play in professional sports leagues, we are analyzing Quakers who have been drafted into the NBA and how their careers stack up to that of the average pro basketball player. 
12/02/20 11:21pm
The Daily Pennsylvanian is taking an in-depth look at Penn's NFL draftees to analyze when they were selected and how successful their professional careers were.
11/24/20 9:27pm
With a strong freshman class joining a team that had all its starters from the previous year returning, the Quakers entered the 1987 season as favorites to win the league.
11/22/20 8:05pm
Despite considering wrestling just another sport among the many that he took part in when he entered high school, Urbas realized how much he truly loved wrestling as time went on.
11/04/20 9:14pm
Today, we took a look back at the five Quakers who have had the most successful NFL careers.
10/27/20 6:17pm
John Heisman began his football career as an offensive lineman, first playing for Brown from 1887-89 and then for Penn in 1890 and 1891 following a transfer.
10/14/20 10:19pm
We took a deep dive into the illustrious history of the Red and Blue football and put together an all-time Penn offense.
10/05/20 9:01pm
Capped by a 90-yard scoop and score by junior linebacker Donald Panciello, the Quakers defeated the Wildcats, 24-13, in what was the program's first win under new coach Ray Priore.
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