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New coaches in football (in a way) and women’s soccer[...]
For just the second time ever, Penn will "travel" to Drexel for a men's basketball game.[...]
Five Penn professors team up to win 24-hour ultramarathon relay.[...]
After winning an NCAA title and excelling at USA championships, discus star Sam Mattis sets sights on 2016 Olympics.[...]
In Young Quakers program, Penn athletes mentor middle-schoolers.[...]
Penn ivy champions in golf.[...]
From April 6 to May 31, 2015[...]
Astros GM Jeff Luhnow W'89 EAS'89 is the alleged victim of data breach by vengeful former colleagues.[...]
After a record-breaking career for the women's lacrosse team, Tory Bensen looks back at her time at Penn.[...]
Men’s basketball: Allen out, Donahue in.[...]
From Feb. 2 to April 5[...]
Former basketball star Ugonna Onyekwe reminisces about his time at Penn as he enters Big 5 Hall of Fame.[...]
Legendary football player and war hero Chuck Bednarik, one of the most famous athletes ever to come from Penn, dies at 89.[...]
Jerome Allen offers heartfelt parting words as he prepares for the "next season" of his life.[...]
CBS Sports’ “Madness” men Stephen Karasik C’95 and Tyler Hale C’96.[...]
Matt Hanessian’s unlikely journey to—and from—varsity basketball.[...]
High expectations for baseball and men’s lacrosse.[...]
From Dec. 8 to Feb. 2[...]
Former Penn football coach Al Bagnoli explains why he came out of retirement after just three months to take over Columbia's program.[...]
Ten years after Penn's incredible comeback win over Princeton, five former players look back at that magical Palestra night.[...]