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Thrown right into the fire, Penn's talented freshmen are showing that better days may lie ahead for the men's basketball program: "I think the future is going to be very good to us."[...]
Sam Mattis’ Olympic hopes; women’s lacrosse is “on a mission.” [...]
From Dec. 8, 2015 to Feb. 7, 2016[...]
What’s more frustrating than playing Ivy League men’s basketball in the same era as Bill Bradley? Winning the University’s first official Ivy championship the year after he graduated, and then being kept out of postseason play because of a fight between the League and the NCAA. Fifty years later, Penn’s 1965-66 squad still wonders what might have been.[...]
Penn basketball legends from six decades unite at the Palestra to celebrate Big 5 anniversary.[...]
Counting down the most memorable, dramatic and historic games in the last year of Penn sports.[...]
Window, Jan|Feb 2016[...]
Football shares Ivy League crown; cross country competes nationally.[...]
From Oct. 5 to Dec. 7[...]
Penn women's basketball coach Mike McLaughlin joins exclusive club with 500th career victory.[...]
Former Penn track runner Brian Lang C'08 sets Guinness World Record for fastest marathon ... in a Santa Claus suit.[...]
Ray Priore completes magical first year as Penn's head football coach with improbable Ivy League championship.[...]
Previewing a busy Homecoming sports slate at Penn, including a field hockey title game, a football showdown and a soccer doubleheader.[...]
Brief fame, tragic fate: Penn baseball legend Grover Powell W’66.[...]
Men’s basketball Coach Steve Donahue; Franklin Field renovations.[...]
From Aug. 30 to Oct. 4[...]
Sophomore phenom Alexa Hoover has the Penn field hockey team flying high.[...]
First-year head coach Ray Priore guides the Penn football team to the program's first win over Villanova in 104 years -- and then dances in the locker room.[...]
The Penn men's soccer team has a new secret weapon for the upcoming season — a 7-year-old named Tanner Falato.[...]
Out of the Void, a “life-changing” championship.[...]