Articles by Jimmy Lengyel

02/27/14 7:11pm
After a disappointing 22-21, 7-13 Ivy season, Penn baseball has stripped the old hardware and brought a new vigor to its squad.
02/26/14 7:01pm
Penn’s women’s ice hockey club walked away with the hardware after a grueling 5-3 victory and an undefeated season for the third time in program history.
02/25/14 5:52pm
De Alwis, a sophomore, is a Sri Lankan native who has had an interesting path to Penn, including stops in international play and learning the game in other countries.
02/10/14 4:50pm
The average day of an athlete can be rather stressful and exhausting, making it hard to slow down and appreciate the joy of being a collegiate athlete. However, junior pitcher Ronnie Glenn and the rest of Penn baseball make it a point to realize just how lucky they are.
02/04/14 5:32pm
Kara Bonenberger’s tenacity and physical style is only contrasted by her quiet, focused demeanor when leading her teammates.
02/03/14 9:28pm
Despite the fact that Penn men’s hoops hasn’t lived up to expectations in 2013-14, we can reflect on a squad that raised itself to great heights in 2005.
02/02/14 8:42pm
You may not agree with what Wing Bowl is or what it does, but it’s certainly a quintessential part of Philadelphia.
12/21/13 8:03pm
After falling behind by 19 points in the first half, the Quakers fought all the way back to topple Drexel in the final seconds at the Palestra, 46-44.
12/02/13 2:43am
While Harvard won the Great Alaska Shootout, Princeton, Brown and Dartmouth all reeled off victories as well. However, Cornell continued its terrible start by losing four more games.
11/25/13 9:45pm
For Bill Young, life is just like it was on the gridiron — it’s all about making plays and playing hard until the whistle blows.
11/16/13 8:07pm
Whether it’s the inability to get going on the ground, make the big stops, or finish a big special teams play, Penn has consistently failed to come through this season.
11/14/13 2:28am

Lengyel | Penn basketball's bench must step up

Penn’s stars will get theres, but if the Quakers hope to succeed this season, they’ll need their bench to contribute too.
11/12/13 9:57pm
Despite letting Monmouth (1-1) hang around, Penn (1-1) was resilient and pulled out the victory, 79-73.
11/11/13 7:06pm
The Quakers waited to hear their name get called. But they never did, learning that they hadn’t been awarded an NCAA at-large bid and that their season was over.
11/07/13 12:09pm

Penn women's basketball returns to the court after a breakout season

Penn returns an almost identical squad from last year’s third-place Ivy team to take on the Terriers, who have 0-8 overall record against Penn, including last year’s dramatic contest where the Red and Blue edged out St. Francis, 61-60.
11/02/13 4:52pm

Penn sprint football closes season with 35-14 loss at Navy

Penn took on Navy after their originally scheduled matchup was cancelled due to the government shutdown earlier in the season. The Midshipmen punished Penn on the ground, racking up four rushing touchdowns en route to a 35-14 victory over the Quakers.
10/30/13 3:17pm
For a sport that delivers the same aspects of competition, physicality and mental prowess as football, it’s a wonder why rugby hasn’t taken off in the United States.
10/28/13 7:58pm
The Quakers’ next three games will be important to deciding whether they can take home a second consecutive Ivy title as the Red and Blue have a long way to go before reaching the ultimate goal of four outright titles in five years.
10/08/13 8:08pm
With William & Mary on the docket next, the Quakers have no time to relax.
10/01/13 8:05pm
For three consecutive seasons now, the Penn sprint football team has enjoyed the coaches’ dream of having three returning starters on its offensive line. These three seniors: Chris Nagle, Matthew Paige and Jordan Colbert, have provided a bedrock for the running game and a great wall for the passing game.
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