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October 1, 2011
When: Saturday at 6 p.m., Memorial Field, Hanover, N.H. Radio: WNTP-AM (990). Records: Penn, 0-2, 0-0 Ivy League; Dartmouth, 1-1, 0-0. Coaches: Penn, Al Bagnoli (20th season, 131-59); Dartmouth, Buddy Teevens (12th season, 43-69-2). Series: Penn leads, 44-32-2. Bagnoli started out 3-3 against the Big Green, but Penn has won 12 of 13 against Dartmouth since then. WHAT TO WATCH Dartmouth is the only Ivy team to score 20 or more points against the Quakers in their two most recent meetings.
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October 2, 2010
TV/Radio: TCN; WFIL-AM (560). Records: Dartmouth, 2-0. Penn, 1-1. This is the Ivy League opener for both teams. Coaches: Dartmouth, Buddy Teevens (11th season, 37-63-2. Penn, Al Bagnoli (19th season, 209-76). Series: Penn leads, 43-32-2. Dartmouth outlook: Nick Schwieger is expected to play after missing last week's game with flu symptoms. In his absence, freshman tailback Dominick Pierre ran for 110 yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries, earning Ivy League co-rookie of the week honors.
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February 7, 1998 | Daily News Wire Services
When Princeton coach Bill Carmody asked his team to shut down Dartmouth's two guards, his players went overboard. No. 11 Princeton held host Dartmouth's starting backcourt scoreless and routed the Big Green, 71-39, last night. Dartmouth guards P.J. Halas and Greg Buth, who average a total of 20 points a game, were a combined 0-for-15 from the field. Together, they had only two assists along with five turnovers. Overall, Dartmouth shot only 29 percent from the field and missed 16 of 19 shots from three-point range against the nation's stingiest defensive team, which allows only 50 points per game.
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February 23, 1992 | By Kevin Tatum, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Penn last night played a team reminiscent of the Princeton Tigers, the undisputed kingpins of the Ivy League. Most people know and appreciate Princeton's winning style of play. In the end, however, Dartmouth was no Princeton. The Quakers overcame the Big Green's deliberate motion offense to register a 76-63 triumph at the Palestra - a victory that assured them of at least a .500 season. And with four games remaining on their schedule, they now need only one more victory to finish above .500 for the first time since 1985-86.
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February 16, 1999 | By Jay Nagle, FOR THE INQUIRER
When the coaching staff at Dartmouth saw the upside of St. Joseph's Prep offensive lineman John Vellutato, it had one question for Hawklets coach Gil Brooks: "Why wasn't anyone else recruiting this guy?" Vellutato, a 6-foot-5, 325-pounder, has given an oral commitment to play his college football with the Big Green. "They looked at him and saw a guy who's going to get better and better," said Brooks. "John's best days are still ahead of him. The Dartmouth coaching staff told me they got a steal.
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January 26, 2001 | By Todd Zolecki, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The closer Gil Brooks looked at the game films, the more he realized that St. Joseph's Prep senior Matt Battipaglia had come up with an incredible football season. Battipaglia, a 6-foot-5, 295-pound offensive tackle, helped make the Hawks one of the best teams in the area last season. They finished 12-1 and were ranked sixth in Southeastern Pennsylvania by The Inquirer. He also helped make the Prep's offensive line the best in the city. Yesterday, Battipaglia announced that he will play for Dartmouth next season.
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September 6, 1995 | by Marcus Hayes, Daily News Sports Writer
It may not be Ripkenesque, but the University of Pennsylvania has a little consecutive-game magic of its own going. Penn's football team has won 21 straight games, a Division I-AA record. The players embrace it, and all the hoopla that surrounds it. Sure, they think about The Streak. Sure, they think about who might end it. William & Mary, right? The school that Penn plays near midseason, the one that gives players scholarships to play, unlike Penn and its Ivy League opponents.
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February 9, 1990 | By Tom Mahon, Daily News Sports Writer
Those who saw it will have a hard time forgetting the way Penn's Hassan Duncombe tipped in a missed free throw as time ran out to lift the Quakers to a 51-50 win over visiting Princeton last Tuesday. But Penn had better forget it. Sure, the win was important because it helped keep the Quakers in the running for the Ivy League title. But in the long run it was just one game and Penn still has eight left this season, beginning with tonight's clash against visiting Dartmouth.
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December 4, 2008 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Sophomore Shaqwedia Wallace scored 18 points to lead Temple past Dartmouth, 65-29, in a nonleague women's basketball game at the Liacouras Center. Shenita Landry added 14 points and eight rebounds, and Shanea Cotton had 11 points and nine rebounds the Owls (4-2), who have won four straight. Dartmouth (1-6) took an early, 10-4 lead, but the Owls went on a 23-0 run, holding the Ivy Leaguers scoreless over an eight-minute period. Wallace and Landry each had points in the surge, and Temple took a 36-18 lead at halftime.
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February 23, 2015 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Senior Renee Busch came off the bench and matched a career high with five three-pointers Saturday night to lead the Penn women to a 63-46 win over Dartmouth at the Palestra. Penn has won five in a row and eight of its last nine games to improve to 16-7 overall and 7-2 in the Ivy League. The win also marked the Quakers' first season sweep of Dartmouth (11-13, 2-8) and Harvard since 2001, and a school record third consecutive home sweep of those Ivy rivals. Busch led all scorers with 17 points.
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February 22, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
When: Saturday at 7 p.m. Where: Leeds Arena, Hanover, N.H. Radio: WNTP 990 AM Records: Penn (7-15, 2-7 Ivy League); Dartmouth (9-14, 2-7) Coaches: Penn, Jerome Allen (6th season, 63-100); Dartmouth, Paul Cormier (12th season, 127-192). Last meeting: Penn won, 58-51, at home on Jan. 30. Penn's top three: Matt Howard (9.2 ppg., 3.4 rpg.), Darien Nelson-Henry (9.2. ppg., 5.6 rpg.), Antonio Woods (7.2 ppg., 3.0 apg.). Dartmouth's top three: Alex Mitola (12.7 ppg., 2.9 rpg.)
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February 12, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Tony Hicks has had to experience the agony of reliving Penn's most recent losses on video replay - a 25-point Palestra trouncing by Harvard and a 27-point loss at Columbia - and his assessments of both debacles are the same. "Each time it's the same thing, the same problem," said Hicks, Penn's leading scorer at 13.4 points per game. "I can't really put my finger on it, but when we are watching the films it seems like teams are playing harder than we are. We can't let the fact that we played the night before hinder our competitive spirit.
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February 1, 2015 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
AFTER 7 MINUTES last night at the Palestra, Penn had one more turnover (five) than the game had points. And yet somehow the Quakers led by a deuce. At halftime, they were up four, even though their top two scorers had zero points after getting into foul trouble. With 7 minutes to go, they were ahead by a dozen. So who figured they'd have to come up with a couple of big plays at both ends down the stretch to hold off Dartmouth, which was coming off a win at Harvard? The Quakers (6-10, 1-1 Ivy League)
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February 1, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
  When sophomore guard Matt Howard entered the Penn locker room at halftime of Friday night's game against Dartmouth, he disappeared momentarily. "He was sick; he was throwing up at halftime with stuff all over the toilet," said Penn coach Jerome Allen. "But to his credit, he weathered the storm and gave us what we needed. When he's aggressive and he's active, we're a much better team. " Battling a stomach virus the last few days, Howard scored a career-high 18 points to lead Penn (6-10, 1-1 Ivy League)
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January 31, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
When: Friday at 7 p.m. Where: The Palestra Radio/TV: Ivy League Digital Network/ESPN3 Records: Dartmouth (8-8, 1-1 Ivy League), Penn (5-10, 0-1). Coaches: Dartmouth, Paul Cormier (12th season, 126-186), Penn, Jerome Allen (6th season, 61-94). Last meeting: Penn won, 74-65, at home on Feb. 22, 2014. Dartmouth's top three: Alex Mitola (14.3 ppg., 3.0 rpg.), Connor Boehm (10.9 ppg., 5.8 rpg), Gabas Maldunas (10.5 ppg., 6.5 rpg.). Penn's top three: Tony Hicks (14.0 ppg., 3.0 rpg)
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November 21, 2014 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
THE STORY isn't ending the way everyone at Penn had hoped it might. That doesn't change the obvious. It's still been a Hall of Fame era. And that's forever. "There's very few times when something like this unfolds like a fairy tale," said Al Bagnoli, who will coach the Quakers' football team for the final time tomorrow at Cornell, in a matchup of 1-8 squads, thus closing the curtain on a 23-year run that was defined by a record nine outright Ivy League titles. "Derek Jeter didn't make the playoffs [last season with the Yankees]
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October 11, 2014 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
During the early part of a difficult schedule in which little has gone right, Penn at least appears to have found its quarterback of the present and future. While Alek Torgersen has experienced some ups and downs, the 6-foot-3, 225-pound sophomore from California also has demonstrated several positives for the 0-3 Quakers. "He has shown flashes of being a really good player," Penn coach Al Bagnoli said. There have been growing pains, which the statistics bear out. Torgersen has completed 72 of 121 passes for 730 yards and two touchdowns, but he also has thrown six interceptions.
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October 3, 2014 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
PENN HAS BEEN in this spot before. That's what can happen when you open up at least 2 weeks after everyone else each year and Villanova is your annual second obstacle. So the Quakers have good reason why they haven't started 2-0 since 2003, when they put together their third unbeaten season under Al Bagnoli. It's not an excuse, merely reality. Now, for the third time in 4 years and sixth in the last 8, they are 0-2. Even though they did lead by 12 points in the fourth quarter in their opener at Jacksonville, which had already played twice.
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