Sports

Athletics

By the Numbers: Student athletes

Student-athletes come to Penn not just to be members of the University’s NCAA Division I athletic programs, but also to receive one of the finest undergraduate educations in the world.

Q&A with Grace Calhoun

For Grace Calhoun, sport has always been a way of life. She grew up a gymnast and did track and field throughout college. But she never thought her interest in athletics would evolve into a full-fledged career.

Lauren Hertzler

Youth football camp

Penn football is hosting a youth camp this summer for all children ages 7-13 from Monday, June 20, through Thursday, June 23.

Penn picked to repeat as Ivy League football champions

Looking to accomplish the unprecedented, the University of Pennsylvania football team was picked as the preseason favorite to win the Ivy League title on Tuesday at the annual Ivy League Football Media Day teleconference.

Mike Mahoney



In the News


6ABC.com

Super Bowl ticket surprise for Penn football players who gave gift of life

Sam Philippi and Anthony Lotti are two of the five Quaker football players in the past 12 years who have given the gift of life to total strangers, donating bone marrow after being matched in their yearly drive in conjunction with the Andy Talley Bone Marrow Foundation.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn’s depth thrills Steve Donahue as Quakers aim for Ivy League rivals

Heading into his fifth season as the Penn men’s basketball head coach, Steve Donahue knows who three of his five starters will be: guards Devon Goodman and Ryan Betley and AJ Brodeur, all seniors. The other two spots have lots of possibilities.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Kendall Grasela embraces leadership role for Penn women’s team

The senior point guard cites her patience as a freshman with little court time and watching her older brothers play as the keys to her patience and the reward of being captain. 

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn’s Ryan Betley back for one more year (but just one)

Five minutes into Ryan Betley’s 2018-19 Penn Quakers season, his season was over. Following a torn patellar tendon and surgery that took out his season, and months of recovery, Betley is looking at a fifth season—just not at Penn.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn’s offense comes alive in 28-24 win over Lafayette

The win had plenty of offensive highlights, with senior quarterback Nick Robinson and sophomore wideout Ryan Cragun, senior tailback Karekin Brooks, and wideout Rory Starkey, and ends a four-game Quakers losing streak dating back to last season and sends them into next week’s Ivy League and home opener with Dartmouth on a winning note.

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