Penn Quakers football

  • PHILADELPHIA – The University of Pennsylvania Football Family gathered to honor the 2019 Quakers on Sunday afternoon. In a departure from previous banquets, this year the program took place at the Annenberg Center's Zellerbach Theater with a reception followed by an ESPYs-style presentation of the team awards.
  • PHILADELPHIA – The Ivy League has announced its Academic All-Ivy selections for the 2019 fall season. Each season, 10 student-athletes from each Ancient Eight school—five men, five women—are selected Academic All-Ivy. In order to be eligible for Academic All-Ivy, a student-athlete must be in at least his/her second year at Penn and hold a cumulative […]
  • PHILADELPHIA – Former University of Pennsylvania football captain Kevin Stefanski has been named the head coach of the NFL's Cleveland Browns. The Browns made the announcement on Monday, Jan. 13.
  • PHILADELPHIA – With the college football 150th anniversary season nearing its conclusion, ESPN has announced its All-Time All-America Team. The Ivy League was represented by one player across the two teams picked by ESPN's panel of experts: University of Pennsylvania legend Chuck Bednarik, who was named to the first team as its center on offense.
  • PHILADELPHIA – Uplifting Athletes announced its inaugural Rare Disease Champion Team on Thursday, Dec. 13, and University of Pennsylvania football student assistant Anthony Lotti was one of five student-athletes to be honored with a spot on the team.
  • PHILADELPHIA – The Ivy League has announced the All-Ivy football teams for the 2019 season, and six University of Pennsylvania football players have been honored with three earning first-team All-Ivy and three more receiving second-team All-Ivy recognition by vote of the eight head coaches.
  • PHILADELPHIA – The 2019 University of Pennsylvania football season came to a close with a 28-7 loss to Princeton at Franklin Field as the Tigers (8-2, 5-2 Ivy) scored 28 unanswered points to knock off the Quakers (5-5, 3-4 Ivy).
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  • CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The University of Pennsylvania football team was able to gut out a 24-20 win at Harvard on Saturday afternoon, setting program history in the process.

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