Sports

Clash of the titans

In a battle of Ivy League behemoths, 17-5 Penn and 21-1 Princeton face off for the 91st time on Tuesday evening at the Tigers’ Jadwin Gymnasium.

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Quakers baffle Bulldogs

The women’s and men’s basketball teams both defeated Yale on Saturday. The women won 53-51 in Connecticut; the men were victorious 69-61 at the Palestra.

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In the News


ESPN

NCAA panel backs spring athlete eligibility relief

In an email to a large group of administrators and other parties working in college athletics, NCAA Division I Council Committee chair Grace Calhoun, the athletic director at the University of Pennsylvania, wrote that the committee will “also discuss issues related to seasons of competition for winter sport student-athletes who were unable to participate in conference and NCAA championships.”

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Our all-City 6 men’s basketball team starts in a familiar place

In choosing an all-City 6 men’s hoops team, production matters more than school affiliation. Penn’s AJ Brodeur is an obvious first-teamer.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Memories of Kobe Bryant: He was a star even among the biggest stars

The Lower Merion High graduate looms large in the Philly community and around the world, as fans share memories from the Palestra to Beijing. 

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Philadelphia Inquirer

New Cleveland Browns coach Kevin Stefanski was a star athlete at St. Joseph’s Prep, Penn

At 37, Stefanski has climbed through the coaching ranks since his first job at Penn, going from an offensive assistant for the Minnesota Vikings to offensive coordinator. He will be the third-youngest head coach in the NFL.

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NBC Philadelphia

Kevin Stefanski, the Browns’ new head coach, has a Sixers connection

Kevin Stefanski, who will take over in Cleveland according to multiple reports, is the son of Ed Stefanski, currently a senior adviser to the owner for the Detroit Pistons and the Sixers’ general manager from 2007 to 2011.

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