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Counting down the most memorable, dramatic and historic games in the last year of Penn sports.[...]
Football repeats as Ivy champs, sprint football takes title too.[...]
From Oct. 10 to Dec. 4, 2016.[...]
Over the years, Penn has contributed an impressive number of alumni who have left their mark on the many-sided business of sports. And they all have stories to tell.[...]
AJ Brodeur has burst onto the scene for Penn basketball — and is loving every minute of it.[...]
Thirty years after its historic undefeated season, the 1986 Penn football team was honored at Franklin Field.[...]
From Aug. 28 to Oct. 9[...]
Basketball: women look to repeat as Ivy champs, men to contend.[...]
“Realist optimist” Brandon Copeland W’13’s NFL run.[...]
Former Penn football coach Al Bagnoli returned to Franklin Field for the first time as a visitor — and was promptly handed a bad loss.[...]
One alum saved and mounted several pieces of torn-down goalpost from Penn football's 1959 championship season, and is gifting his unique memento to the University 57 years later.[...]
Starting over, in football and field hockey.[...]
For Brandon Slay W’98, it’s “an honor” to be back in the Olympics — for a third time.[...]
Alumni wrestlers teamed up for documentary, Team Foxcatcher.[...]
Ivy champs women’s lacrosse reach NCAA quarterfinals.[...]
From April 4 to June 6[...]
After finishing their record-breaking track & field careers at the NCAA Championships, 2016 graduates Sam Mattis and Thomas Awad are looking ahead to the Olympic trials -- and beyond.[...]
In a thrilling conclusion to his final Penn Relays, senior Thomas Awad led Penn to its first relay championship in 42 years.[...]
Wrestling alumni-led Beat the Streets helped freshman Jon Guevara.[...]
Women’s basketball team are Ivy champions.[...]