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With his last game after 23 seasons almost here, Penn football coach Al Bagnoli finally gets emotional.[...]
This weekend's Homecoming festivities will include five sporting events on campus, and there are plenty of reasons to catch them all.[...]
Make-or-break season for men’s basketball coach? [...]
From Sept. 5 to Oct. 5[...]
For nine decades before his death last spring, Charley Scott was a fixture at Penn soccer games as a player, coach, athletic director and avid supporter.[...]
As his impending retirement draws closer, Penn football coach Al Bagnoli is drawing serious praise from coaches around the league and region. [...]
Penn women's basketball team bonds over sightseeing and basketball during 10-day trip in Italy.[...]
Football underdogs in Bagnoli’s final season.[...]
As longtime Athletic Director Steve Bilsky W’71 departs Weightman Hall, how will his 20-year tenure be remembered? And where will his successor, M. Grace Calhoun, take Penn athletics? [...]
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.[...]
Statkeeper Stu Suss C’74 L’77 decides 43 years is the right number.[...]
Ivy crowns in lacrosse for women and men.[...]
From April 7 to June 2[...]
After 40 years, Penn’s four-minute mile club has a new member.[...]
Bagnoli to retire as football coach after next season.[...]
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.[...]
Basketball: women Ivy champs; “unacceptable season” for men.[...]
M. Grace Calhoun named new athletic director.[...]