Articles by Matthew Frank

10/19/21 11:27pm
Although the Brewers were swiftly eliminated, Penn alumnus Jake Cousins got a chance to pitch in the postseason, becoming the first Quaker to do so in over a century.
09/25/21 7:52pm
During Saturday’s rough game, Penn (1-1) only obtained the lead on one occasion, and once that happened, the Quakers quickly gave up two consecutive touchdowns, punctuating a difficult outing for the Red and Blue. 
09/21/21 9:28pm
Eleinen, who hails from Egypt, is preparing to enter his senior season for Penn squash and is expected to have another huge year after a sophomore season in which he was deemed first team CSA All-America and unanimously named first team All-Ivy.
09/15/21 12:03am
With Mia Shenk's hat trick, the Quakers cruised to a 4-0 victory against George Washington.
09/14/21 9:39pm
In field hockey's game against Drexel on Friday — the team’s first home game in nearly two years — sophomore goalkeeper Sabien Paumen rebounded from the team's early losses, notching a season and career-high eight saves and only allowing three goals. 
09/07/21 10:54pm
Along with three other Ivy League schools, the Quakers will be an inaugural member of the eight-team Gymnastics East Conference this upcoming season.
08/31/21 9:10pm
In their first two games of the season and of head coach Casey Brown's Penn career, the Quakers came back from being a goal down in each to earn a draw and a win, respectively.
08/24/21 9:40pm
Going into the upcoming fall athletics season, five teams will see action for the first time since 2019.
08/10/21 9:22pm
After a series of arm injuries while playing in the Nationals' minor league system, Jake Cousins nearly decided that his professional baseball dreams were over. Now, he's a standout reliever for the NL Central-leading Milwaukee Brewers.
08/04/21 5:07pm
In arguably the biggest discus competition of his life, Mattis not only reached the final round, but made a noteworthy statement on social and racial issues he's long been passionate about.
08/02/21 12:05am
James Farrell, who played for Penn men's lacrosse from 2015 to 2018, was one of five victims of a car accident on Long Island last Saturday along with his brother Michael Farrell.
07/29/21 1:51am
As the Quaker women's basketball team prepares for their first season since COVID-19 hit, they welcome on a whole new crop of recruits to bolster the roster.
07/23/21 3:39pm
Alizadeh, who will be competing in the single sculls event for Bermuda, joins Regina Salmons as the second Penn rower in this summer's Olympic Games.
07/23/21 3:39pm
Chen, who will compete in the jumping individual event in the Games, was able to train during her time at Penn, despite not doing so anywhere near campus.
07/22/21 1:20am
Despite Penn's lack of on-court presence, the school is well represented amongst the Bucks' front office, which includes two Penn alums and one significant Penn donor.
07/21/21 12:29am
As he gets ready to enter his sophomore season at Penn, Blake Broszus will be able to bring back experience from the biggest competition stage that fencing has to offer.
07/14/21 11:36pm
Matt and Hood, who both earned first team All-Ivy nods during their time with Penn, were drafted into the MLB, where they'll have to perform at an extremely high level to make it to the majors.
07/11/21 11:11pm
Before the MLB Home Run Derby kicks off on Monday night, here's a look at the players in Penn baseball history that have hit the most amount of homers.
07/07/21 7:59pm
After four weeks of the season, we check in on how all the Penn alumni are doing in the PLL. Half of them happen to play for the league-leading 4-1 Whipsnakes.
07/07/21 2:17am
Dols set the national record in the 200 IM, beating a time he had set back in 2018. Now, he's preparing for the biggest swim of his life in Tokyo.
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