Why do Achilles ruptures take so long to heal?
Kathryn O’Connor, an assistant professor of clinical orthopaedic surgery at the Perelman School of Medicine, gives the ins and outs of Achilles tears.
Wharton alum is new coach of NBA’s Memphis Grizzlies
Taylor Jenkins has been hired to lead the Grizzlies, who finished 33-49 this season and currently have the No. 2 pick in the upcoming NBA Draft.
Sports talk with M. Grace Calhoun
The director of athletics and recreation discusses the Red & Blue’s recent sports successes, making progress toward the department’s strategic goals, the funding of college athletics, and the 125th running of the Penn Relays.
Quakers dominate Big 5 awards
The women’s basketball team picked up Coach of the Year, Player of the Year, Most Improved Player, and three All-Big 5 honors.
Zoller, Dunphy to enter Big 5 Hall of Fame
The former standout men’s basketball player and former Penn men’s basketball coach will be inducted on April 15 at the Palestra.
Quakers fall in second round of WNIT
Penn defeated American on Friday at the Palestra but fell to Providence on Sunday in Rhode Island.
Ivy League honors four Quakers
Penn picks up the Coach of the Year award, the Defensive Player of the Year award, and All-Ivy honors.
Brodeur, Goodman awarded All-Ivy honors
Juniors A.J. Brodeur (unanimous first-team All-Ivy) and Devon Goodman (second-team All-Ivy) are the Penn picks for the 2018-19 All-Ivy teams.
Brodeur named conference Player of the Week
Heroics by the junior forward helped the defending champion Quakers return to the Ivy League Tournament.
Powerful play propels Parker to Ivy Co-Player of the Week
The sophomore forward put up impressive numbers against Yale and a conference title-clinching win against Brown.
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Penn Beats Harvard to Clinch Spot in NCAA Tournament
Coach Steve Donahue lead the Quakers to victory at the Palestra against Harvard last Sunday, qualifying the team for the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007.
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For Penn, March Madness Memories Will Outlast Regrets
Despite the loss to Kansas, the Quakers delivered a season of 24 wins and brought a strong defense to the March Madness game. “We played as hard as we could play,” said senior Darnell Foreman, who had led the team to victory at the Palestra on the 11th, qualifying them for the tournament.
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