Articles by Lochlahn March

04/04/21 8:14pm
After dropping the first two contests to the Explorers, the Red and Blue took both games of Saturday’s doubleheader to split the series at two wins apiece.
03/29/21 10:33pm
Following a hiatus that lasted over a year, Penn baseball was finally back in action at Meiklejohn Stadium this Saturday. 
02/18/21 2:33pm
Athletics Director M. Grace Calhoun announced today in an email to Penn athletes that, due to rising COVID-19 rates, the Ivy League Council has decided not to hold conference athletic competitions or league championships this spring. 
02/11/21 5:29pm
Current senior athletes at Ivy League institutions, who have lost their seasons due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will be permitted to compete for their schools next year as full-time graduate students. 
12/11/20 11:09am
Without live sports for most of 2020, the Daily Pennsylvanian looked back at the history of the Red and Blue.
11/29/20 11:18pm
Penn's history with Olympic rowing dates back to 1924, when Sidney Jellinek and Eddie Mitchell, along with coxswain John G. Kennedy, helped capture Olympic bronze for the United States in men’s coxed fours.
11/12/20 12:19am
For many athletes, competing at the Olympic Games is the ultimate dream. But for several Quakers on Penn's track and field team, this dream has been a reality since 1900. 
10/28/20 9:30pm
Cricket was the first organized sport to be offered by Penn. In 1842, a student named William Rotch Wister brought the European game to campus when he founded the Junior Cricket Club.
10/14/20 8:53pm
Bowling was among the earliest sports offered by Penn, closely tied with the construction of one of the most prominent buildings on campus.
09/30/20 9:40pm
Girls don’t play baseball — that’s for boys, of course. Girls play softball. It’s not sexist, or anything … it’s just how it is. I know that. But no one’s ever been able to give me a reason why.
09/30/20 1:35am
There was not one single ‘color line’ to cross at Penn, but many — and the names and stories of several Quakers who defied the odds to wear the Red and Blue are lost to history.
09/18/20 12:47am
Women have been present at the University since the late 1800s, but the first mention of a formalized association of women’s athletics at Penn is found in the 1917 women’s yearbook.
09/08/20 9:41pm
Under coach Bob Seddon, the star-studded roster boasted talent from the most experienced veterans to the greenest rookies.
09/02/20 8:37pm
More than a century ago, while Philadelphia was facing a similar situation as the city is today, Franklin Field still had football. 
08/31/20 9:59pm
Though it has been almost two decades since Gavin Hoffman was a Quaker, his legacy still persists in Penn’s record books. 
08/20/20 12:12am
There are no doubts about the Vice President's athletic accomplishments in high school, but his college years are less clear. 
07/29/20 12:20am
With new allegations that Trump paid a proxy to take his SAT, we look at why the President did not attempt to gain admission as a recruited baseball player, a sport at which he claimed to have been phenomenal.
07/16/20 12:15pm
Almost six years after his last game with Penn, Kyle Wilcox has found a new home on Team USA Bobsled.
06/26/20 4:35pm
Funding and Title IX restrictions present obstacles in Penn returning to play ice hockey or men's volleyball at the varsity level. 
06/10/20 1:18am
Although the spring season did not go as planned, senior members of the team are confident in younger rowers' ability to perform in the fall. 
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