Articles by Isaac Spear
Junior Sam Handley looking to make a splash in return to Penn men's lacrosseIn 2019, one of the most impressive individual seasons by a Penn men’s lacrosse player of all-time was authored by one of the most unlikely sources.
A way-too-early Ivy League men's basketball power rankingNobody knows when the Ivy League will play again, but we're prepared for anything and are ranking the basketball teams heading into the season.
Penn men's basketball Ivy League title look back: 1979The 1970s were the golden age of Penn men’s basketball, as the team reached the NCAA Tournament eight times in the decade.
Checking in with Penn football alums in the NFL after Week 7Through Week 7 of the NFL season, Penn alumni are continuing to contribute to their respective teams. As the season heats up, we check in on how they’re doing.
15 questions with... Jordan Dingle, a Penn men's basketball sophomoreThe Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn men's basketball's Jordan Dingle 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the sophomore guard had to say.
Penn men's basketball newcomers adjust to virtual fallDespite what NBA 2K games might suggest, basketball is not a virtual sport, but it certainly feels that way for the newcomers to Penn men’s basketball this year.
A coronavirus check-in with Penn men's basketballAs the fall semester begins, Penn men’s basketball finds itself scattered across the country, trying to piece together preparation for an uncertain season.
What If? Three fall sports teams that were set up for successful seasonsIf Penn's athletic teams had been able to play this fall, football and both soccer squads would have had a shot at some special seasons.
Looking back at the most historic moments at the PalestraSome of the greatest basketball players of all time have competed on the Palestra hardwood, leaving behind some unforgettable moments.
A look back at the most historic moments at Franklin FieldHome to Penn football for 126 years, Franklin Field is one of the most storied and hallowed gridiron venues in the entire country.
Freshman Max Martz extends rare Ohio pipeline for Penn men's basketballThe state of Ohio gave us Quaker Oats. It also gave us another Quaker: Penn men’s basketball freshman forward Max Martz.
Breaking down three of the biggest games remaining for Penn men's basketballIt is still early in the conference season, so the Quakers still have many important games left to decide if they are to return to the Ivy League Tournament and potentially win a conference title.
Four takeaways from Penn men's basketball's low-scoring win over DartmouthPenn men's basketball didn’t deliver a strong offensive performance, but got it done on the defensive end to beat Dartmouth by a score of 54-46.
Penn men's basketball survives Harvard in overtime for first conference winPenn basketball resumed Ivy League play with a crazy 75-72 overtime win against Harvard at the Palestra.
HALFTIME: Penn leads Harvard 35-28Freshman guard Jordan Dingle got loose for two dunks as part of a hot start for the Quakers who made 10 of their first 14 shots.
Penn men's basketball beats Temple, 66-59, in final non-conference gameIn Penn men’s basketball's final non-conference game of the season, the Red and Blue defeated Temple, 66-59, in a defensive battle that went down to the wire.
HALFTIME RECAP: Penn leads Temple 25-16 thanks to strong defense
A look around the Ivy League as teams prepare to open up conference playPenn men’s basketball had a rough winter break, dropping back-to-back games against Princeton to open its Ivy League schedule.
The new three-point line hasn't presented a problem for Penn men's basketballBeginning this season, the three-point line has been extended to 22 feet and 1¾ inches, up from the 20-foot, 9-inch line that was in place for the previous decade.