Articles by Jennifer Scuteri
Scuteri | Finishing the raceAs my four years as a Penn student draw to a close, I can safely say that my often-tumultuous relationship with the DP was a lot like finishing an 8K race with one shoe.
Penn Women's Lacrosse must break the game down as they head to No. 9 DartmouthAfter notching a narrow one-goal victory over Dartmouth last season, the Quakers will travel to Hanover, N.H., on Saturday for a must-win matchup. If the Quakers hope to keep their quest for an Ivy championship alive, they will have to capitalize on moments that will unseat the Big Green.
Quakers split weekend against Terps and LionsThe No. 8 Quakers split the difference on the weekend, dropping Friday’s game against Maryland, 14-6, and trouncing Ivy League opponent Columbia on Sunday, 19-8.
Quakers crush LionsThe Quakers split their two games this weekend, losing to No. 3 Maryland but beating Columbia.
Penn women's lacrosse to play GeorgetownWhen the No. 8 Quakers (4-1, 2-0 Ivy) take the field to face No. 13 Georgetown tonight, the stakes will be high.
Mangini’s four goals boost Quakers in win over BulldogsDue in large part to sophomore Shannon Mangini’s confidence — and her four-goal performance, doubling the number of her collegiate career goals— the Penn women’s lacrosse team advanced its Ivy record to 2-0 with a 12-6 win over Yale.
Paul Cusick learns from Phillies acesPhillies fans across the area could only dream of conversing with the likes of Roy Halladay, Cliff Lee and Cole Hamels. But for former Penn righty Paul Cusick, it became a reality earlier this week.
Quakers open up Ivy season with an OT win over HarvardAfter falling to No. 2 North Carolina on Mar. 3, 15-6, the Quakers defeated Rutgers, 15-7, and Harvard, 14-13, in overtime.
Seniors prep for Pro DayAt the end of the month, four members of the Penn football team will put their talents on display for NFL scouts in the hopes of getting picked up for training camp.
Penn women's lacrosse opens its season against rival DrexelWith only two seniors on the roster, the Penn women’s lacrosse team is without a doubt a very young team. But that doesn’t mean the Quakers are lowering their expectations.
Cusick working his way up to the MLBWhile every little league baseball player may dream of someday playing for his favorite team, very few reach that ultimate goal. But Penn baseball alum Paul Cusick is on his way to doing just that.
Belcore’s big night boosts Quakers above BrownThe Quakers rallied after their first Ivy loss to Yale on Friday and, with some help from senior guard Rob Belcore, emerged victorious over Brown on Saturday, 65-48.
Penn basketball on the road againAlthough the men’s basketball team will be facing not one, but two Ivy League opponents this weekend, the Quakers are trying not to get too far ahead of themselves.
Jerome Allen's recruits winning largeA roundup about Penn Men's Basketball class of 2016.
Former Penn forward Justin Reilly voices change with poetryAccording to his Twitter bio, former Penn basketball player Justin Reilly is a “Wharton Grad. Entrepreneur. Poet. Activist. Writer. Retired D1 Athlete.”
Penn basketball falls to La SallePenn ultimately suffered a 68-57 Big Five loss to La Salle last night.
Penn basketball falls to La Salle 68-57Although the Quakers cut their opponent’s lead down to five after some clutch offensive rebounds late in the second half, it was too little and too late for the Red and Blue. Penn ultimately suffered a 68-57 Big 5 loss to La Salle.
Penn basketball looks to bounce back with DelawareWhile the University of Delaware isn’t exactly high up in the standings, Blue Hens sophomore guard Devon Saddler is — ranking second in the nation in scoring at 24.7 points per game.
Penn takes on new-look Villanova in Big 5 tiltWhile the Quakers certainly expect the same atmosphere that comes with any Big 5 game, when they play the Wildcats’ Saturday night, Penn will be facing an entirely different team than last year’s Villanova squad. LIVEBLOG: Penn men’s hoops vs. Villanova, brought to you by the Blarney StoneVIDEO: This Week on 33rd Street