Articles by Isaac Spear

12/05/19 8:09pm
Beginning 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.
11/19/19 9:05pm
Penn men’s basketball traveled to Lafayette on Tuesday night for their annual matchup against the Leopards and came away with a disappointing 86-75 loss.
11/09/19 6:29pm
Penn men’s basketball, coming off of an impressive opening victory on the road against Alabama on Tuesday, suffered an 80-61 loss to Rice in Houston on Saturday.
11/03/19 9:37pm
Penn wrestling kicked off a new season over the weekend, with the majority of the team making the trip up to East Lansing, Mich. for the Michigan State Open.
11/03/19 9:15pm
Sophomores Bryce Washington and Michael Wang both played well while seeing an unprecedented amount of minutes as freshmen over the course of last season.
10/16/19 7:11pm
On Friday, Penn sprint football will face Navy in a game that could very well decide which team represents the South Division in the CSFL championship.
10/02/19 8:55pm
Best friends and former Penn sprint football teammates Tom Console and James Juliano now find themselves on opposite sides of a bitter rivalry game.
09/19/19 8:06pm
For Penn men’s soccer, arguably the most explosive player on the team so far this season has been junior midfielder Joey Bhangdia. Through four games, Bhangdia has two of the Quakers’ four goals, both of which came in wins.
09/03/19 11:03pm
With the start of the season fast approaching, the goalie competition continues between sophomore Dane Jacomen and freshman Nick Christoffersen.
07/11/19 10:41pm
The schedule for the 2019 Wooden Legacy in Anaheim, Calif. was announced on Thursday with the Quakers set to face Central Florida (UCF) in the first round on Thanksgiving Day. 
05/12/19 11:48pm
In their last meet before the NCAA preliminaries next weekend, Penn track had strong performances at the ECAC & IC4A Championships.
04/28/19 11:48pm
Despite all of the hype surrounding the professional and top high school athletes at the Penn Relays, junior Nia Akins dominated her events to earn widespread recognition.
04/28/19 8:28pm
Penn baseball fell on walk-offs twice in a two out of three series defeat against Cornell in Ithaca, N.Y. 
04/22/19 11:59pm
Technology has played a major role for the Quakers over the last few years, namely a pair of golf simulators and the Trackman swing and ball tracking system.
04/21/19 8:35pm
Junior right-hander Jennifer Brann set down every Brown batter she faced Sunday afternoon for the second perfect game in program history.
04/07/19 11:02pm
Thanks in part to the longest game in Ivy League history, in which he set an NCAA record for at-bats with 12, Larsen hit for Penn's first cycle since Jeff Gregorio did it for the Quakers in 2000. 
04/01/19 9:32pm
In a bizarre three-game set that began with a 16-inning game, saw a total of 57 runs scored, and spanned a total of three days, the Red and Blue took home their first series win of the conference season.
03/24/19 9:25pm
The senior first baseman has been a consistent hitter throughout his career at Penn, sporting a batting average of .282 over his first three seasons.
03/20/19 7:33pm
As the first Ivy League squad armed with FlightScope Strike, a portable tracking radar system, the Quakers are beginning to gather more data than ever before. 
03/17/19 9:34pm
Junior attackman Adam Goldner, who had already notched 16 goals on the year, went off for five more in a 19-10 drubbing of Princeton.
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