Articles by Stuart Milne

05/13/10 9:26pm
With exams over, the crews have the luxury of more sleep, which can only help the Quakers as they head into Sunday’s Eastern Sprints Championships.
04/27/10 4:18am
Stuart Milne takes a crash course in the life of a Quakers coxswain but his only experience with rowing is watching Great Britain win Olympic gold in Athens six years ago.
04/26/10 6:06am

Tigers sink Red and Blue’s crews

The men’s lightweight and women’s crews took to Princeton’s Lake Carnegie with the aim of upsetting the respective No. 1 and No. 2 Tigers. But Princeton was up to the task, emerging victorious in both contests.
04/16/10 1:08am

Trophies on the line for Rowing

While all three rowing teams are in action this weekend in Ivy competition, the men’s heavyweight squad knows better than the rest what to expect from its conference opponent.
04/15/10 4:34am
It might come as a surprise to some as they watch the Penn men’s rowing teams that most bellowing instructions out on the water come from females.
04/09/10 4:58am

Schuylkill set to be colored Orange

The Penn women’s rowing team may not be facing off against traditional rivals Saturday, but, Penn coach Mike Lane promised a challenging contest with major implications.
04/05/10 5:12am

Lightweights finish green with envy

No. 8 Penn and the No. 11 Big Green took two first-place finishes apiece, but a superior finish in the varsity eight race help Dartmouth carry the day, with the Quakers placing second, ahead of No. 12 MIT.
03/26/10 3:26am
The Quakers open their spring season against George Washington, a team that new Penn coach Greg Myhr led to the Intercollegiate Rowing Association Championships last year.
03/17/10 3:14am
Women’s lacrosse may not be a contact sport, but a Big 5 showdown with St. Joe's tonight could be a little rougher than usual.
03/01/10 4:05am

Devilish scare in Murphy’s debut

Quakers nearly upset No. 8 Blue Devils in Saturday’s season opener
02/26/10 2:56am
After four stellar seasons, quartet of Penn seniors is gunning for a squash national title at Howe Cup
02/19/10 6:26am
This year’s tournament is hosted by newly crowned Ivy champions Yale. Sixty-one teams will compete in eight divisions, with No. 9 Penn (5-7, 1-5 Ivy) ranking the highest in the B Division.
02/05/10 5:43am
Nabilla Arrifin has already had considerable success at Penn, earning a CSA No. 15 national ranking and playing at the top of the team's ladder 3 times.
02/02/10 5:46am

Foreigners tackle American classic

Penn Abroad and Penn Athletics organize event to help international students decipher American football.
01/28/10 7:00am
The Quakers succumbed to Princeton 9-0 for the fourth straight year. Penn dropped to 5-5 (1-3 Ivy) while the Tigers remained undefeated in Ancient Eight play (3-0), with a 6-1 overall record.
01/22/10 7:06am
The women’s squash team faces arguably its biggest challenge of the season tomorrow against Trinity, but the funny thing is, they aren’t worried about it.
01/20/10 4:04am
Not only is the match at the Levy Pavilion the Quakers’ first of the regular season, it will also be the first test for Penn’s all-new coaching staff.
01/15/10 5:04am

Telling Challenge ahead for Penn

Although the Quakers competed in six preseason exhibitions, veteran coach Charlie Powell stressed that last semester’s results were not suitable indicators for what to expect when the season kicks off in earnest Saturday with the Penn State Northeast Challenge at State College.
01/15/10 5:03am

Running off to State College

Women’s track coach Gwen Harris is looking to the past to aid her team’s future.
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