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Penn grad Brendan McHugh C’12 breaks U.S. Open swimming record, wins national title, books place at next year's World Championships.[...]
After an unlikely journey from Canada to Ithaca to Boston, new Penn assistant basketball coach Nat Graham is back at his alma mater.[...]
After a terrific year, the Penn track team sets off for England.[...]
Penn sweeps Ivy League men’s and women’s lacrosse titles, surges into NCAA tournaments.[...]
Al Bagnoli to step down, Ray Priore to step in as Penn football prepares to usher in a new era.[...]
Set to retire after 21 years and nine Ivy League championships, assistant football coach Larry Woods reflects on his time at Penn.[...]
Penn introduces new athletics director M. Grace Calhoun, who says she's here for "the long haul."[...]
Penn stuns Princeton to win Ivy League women's basketball championship.[...]
How a Penn soccer player got the unique opportunity to play Division I college basketball at the Palestra.[...]
Remembering the life of beloved former Penn football coach Harry Gamble.[...]
The Penn men’s basketball team follows its best win of the season with its worst loss.[...]
Taking my 3-month-old son to his first Penn-Princeton game at the Palestra.[...]
Could this be the year the Penn women’s basketball team finally beats Princeton?[...]
Counting down the most exciting, dramatic and historic games in the last year of Penn sports.[...]
The Penn men's soccer team reacts to getting a home game in the NCAA tournament.[...]
Five things we learned from the Quakers’ Big 5 loss to Temple.[...]
How to catch most of the action during one of the busiest days in Penn sports history.[...]
The past couple of days simply had everything you can ask for if you’re a Penn sports fan.[...]
Penn men’s water polo ready to make splash.[...]