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Diana Caramanico: Where are they now?

The leading scorer in Ivy League women’s history discusses getting buckets, staying out of foul trouble, her last game at the Palestra, playing professionally in France, and what she’s up to today.

Greg Johnson

The Palestra featuring LeBron James

While a senior in high school in 2002, the NBA great played at the Palestra in a showdown pitting Akron, Ohio’s St. Vincent-St. Mary Fighting Irish against Philadelphia’s Strawberry Mansion Knights.

Greg Johnson

Jewel Clark: Where are they now?

The former women’s basketball standout chats about her Hall of Fame career, twice playing in the NCAA Tournament, her flair for getting to the free throw line, and why she’s still putting in work on the hardwood.

Greg Johnson



In the News


Philadelphia Inquirer

The Palestra awakens after 19-month slumber as Penn finally gears up for a new season

The Penn Quakers plan to play basketball inside the Palestra this winter, after a 19-month hiatus, and a spring semester that was mostly a three-month training camp.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn trying to find answer at quarterback, first Ivy win against Yale

Penn football is still searching for its first Ivy League win of the season, with offensive woes highlighted by rotating quarterbacks.

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CBS Philadelphia

Inaugural Penn Relays 5K fills gap left by pandemic delay

In addition to the 5K, Penn Relays also held running events in the spring and summer. While the three-day track and field event is still months away, the organization says they’re trying to make the Penn Relays a year-round event

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn track and field and cross country head coach Steve Dolan named new director of the Penn Relays

Dolan will retain his role in his 10th year as Penn’s director of track and field and cross country. He succeeds Dave Johnson, who announced his retirement in September 2020 after 26 years as carnival director.

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Philadelphia Inquirer

Penn runs and passes its way past Bucknell, 30-6, in opener

Penn opens its season with a convincing win on the road, outgaining the Bison 483 yards to 222, including a 210-115 edge on the ground.

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