Sports

Triple threat

Freshman Bryce Washington earns his third consecutive Ivy League Rookie of the Week award.

Greg Johnson

AD Calhoun named chair of NCAA Division I Council

M. Grace Calhoun, director of athletics and recreation at Penn, has been named the incoming chair of the NCAA Division I Council, a high-level group responsible for the day-to-day decision-making for Division I.

Penn Today Staff

Two if by three

Freshman guard Bryce Washington’s heroics in Penn’s win over Saint Joseph’s earned him two player of the week awards.

Greg Johnson

Undisputed

Penn declawed Saint Joseph’s on Saturday to win the outright Big 5 championship.

Greg Johnson



In the News


Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn football players get around ESPN studios during Ivy League media day

Running back Karekin Brooks and defensive back Sam Philippi visited ESPN for a gauntlet of interviews, toured “content creation studios’’ for interviews filmed for the Ivy League, the NCAA, and ESPN, and filmed a mock highlight package with a real SportsCenter anchor.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Olympic champion Greg Bell returned to Penn Relays with plenty of memories

88-year-old Greg Bell was one of the top athletes of his era. Competing for Indiana, he broke a Penn Relays record and captured four individual titles—three in his specialty, the long jump—from 1956 through 1958. Returning to Franklin Field in 2019, he carried his Olympic gold medal from the 1956 Melbourne Games, which he won seven months after his first Relay record. 

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn women make history with first distance medley relay win at Penn Relays

Women’s distance medley relay team members Nia Akins, Uchechi Nwogwugwu, Melissa Tanaka, and Maddie Villalba won Thursday’s race at the Penn Relays. Coach Steve Dolan said the four are “some of the best runners in Penn history assembled at one time.”

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Usain Bolt remembers his historic 2010 Penn Relays performance: ‘There was a great atmosphere’

No matter where his life and his pursuits take him, the Jamaican icon always will remember his performances at the Penn Relays and what the carnival has done to help young Jamaican athletes get noticed by U.S. colleges.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Forty years after his memorable race, Renaldo Nehemiah to return to Penn Relays

It has been 40 years since Renaldo Nehemiah created one of the most indelible memories in the history of the Penn Relays with his history-making 44.3-second anchor leg for Maryland.

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