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October 22, 2011
When: Saturday at noon, Franklin Field. TV/Radio: Versus; WNTP-AM (990). Records: Yale, 3-2 overall, 2-0 Ivy League; Penn, 3-2, 2-0. Coaches: Yale, Tom Williams (third season, 14-11); Penn, Al Bagnoli, (20th season, 134-59). Series: Yale leads, 45-32-1. Since Bagnoli took over, the Quakers are 14-5 against the Bulldogs. The only time Yale won at Penn during that span was in 2007, in triple overtime. THINGS TO WATCH Penn linebacker Erik Rask (41 tackles)
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January 30, 2010
A second-half rally from Penn proved too late as Yale celebrated a 58-51 win over the Quakers in women's basketball at the Palestra last night. Penn (1-15 overall, 0-2 Ivy League), led by Kim Adams (16 points) and Sarah Bucar (14), closed a 14-point deficit to four, but Yale (7-10, 2-1), paced by a 16-point effort from Megan Vasquez and 14 points from Yoyo Greenfield, got its first victory at the Palestra in 2 years. Penn will look to rebound tonight when Brown visits the Palestra for a 7 p.m. tipoff.
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August 10, 2004
GEORGE W. BUSH didn't idly sit by when the University of Michigan's policy of racial preferences in admissions was being argued before the U.S. Supreme Court last year. He sent out the U.S. Justice Department to oppose Michigan's "anti-merit" admissions policy. So imagine our surprise last week after he was cornered by a columnist who got him to say he also opposes "legacy" preferences like the one he got as the son of a Yale alumnus when he was accepted at the Ivy League school.
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February 19, 2005 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Senior guard Edwin Draughan scored 20 points and added five assists to lead Yale to a 56-43 win over Princeton last night in New Haven, Conn. Draughan was 8 for 12 from the field for the Bulldogs, who improved to 8-12, 4-3 in the Ivy League. Princeton fell to 11-11 and 2-6, the first time the program has started 2-6 in the Ivy, which was established in 1956. Yale freshman forward Caleb Holmes scored 10 points and freshman guard Eric Flato contributed seven. Flato hit back-to-back shots that built Yale's lead back to 12 after being cut to 36-29 with 12 minutes, 24 seconds left.
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March 1, 2008 | By ANDREW SCURRIA For the Daily News
Penn's trip to Yale's John J. Lee Amphitheater had become an annual nightmare for the Quakers, and it nearly turned into another lurid tale last night. But after winnowing an 18-point deficit to two, Yale failed to get a shot off with under 2 minutes to go, and then missed an open layup after that, opening the door for Penn to break the building's well-known hex and escape with a 70-63 victory. Penn had lost three of its last four games and four of the last six at Yale. The win bucked the norm in more ways than that.
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February 2, 2002 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Kyle Wente scored 11 of his 17 points in the second half as Princeton rallied to defeat Columbia, 49-41, last night in Princeton, and remain undefeated in the Ivy League. Princeton (8-7, 3-0 Ivy) won its fifth straight game and its ninth straight at home against Columbia (9-10, 2-3). Yale 73, Dartmouth 55 - With 14 points, Edwin Draughan led three Yale players in double figures as the Elis defeated the Big Green in Hanover, N.H. Paul Vitelli and T.J. McHugh each scored 12 points for Yale (12-7, 4-1 Ivy)
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March 15, 2002 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Scooter McFadgon scored 21 points to lead five Memphis players in double figures as the host Tigers defeated North Carolina-Greensboro, 82-62, last night in a first-round NIT game. McFadgon connected on 8 of 14 from the field as the Tigers (23-9) used a second-half rally to put the game away. Camden High graduate Dajuan Wagner added 16 points, while Chris Massie finished with 15 points and 14 rebounds for Memphis. Reserve Anthony Rice had 14 points as Memphis shot 52 percent.
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October 31, 1994 | by Bill Fleischman, Daily News Sports Writer
With a two-season, 18-game winning streak, Penn coach Al Bagnoli should have few worries. Bagnoli has worries. Yesterday, following Penn's 14-6 victory over Yale Saturday at Franklin Field, Bagnoli was concerned about his frustrating offense. Leading, 7-0, the Quakers (6-0 overall, 4-0 in the Ivy League) were unable to convert a first-and-goal at Yale's 1-yard line. Later, quarterback Mark DeRosa was intercepted and a 39-yard field goal attempt by Andy Glockner was blocked.
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April 5, 1986 | By W. Speers, Inquirer Staff Writer (Contributing to this report were the Associated Press, United Press International, the New York Daily News and USA Today.)
High school dropout Frank Sinatra will go to Yale Law School April 15 as a distinguished lecturer, and - no different from his Atlantic City casino appearances - he's a tough ticket. Yale alumnus and Ol' Blue Eyes pal Sidney Zion, who began a lecture series there three years ago, said the school has been swamped with requests for tickets to the talk. "The place only holds 550, so I can't imagine how we will be able to handle all the students that want to attend," he said. The lecture might be wired via closed-circuit TV to the Yale gym. No outside TV news cameras will be permitted and, although some reporters will be invited, Sinatra won't answer their questions.
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March 10, 2013 | Associated Press
NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Brandon Sherrod scored 18 points on 6-of-7 shooting to lead five players in double figures as Yale roughed up Penn, 79-65, Saturday night. Armani Cotton had 15 points and nine rebounds, Michael Grace and Javier Duren scored 10 each, and Matt Townsend had 10 points and nine rebounds for Yale (14-7, 8-6 Ivy League). Tony Hicks had 16 points, Miles Cartwright 12, and Darien Nelson-Henry 10 for the Quakers (9-21, 6-7). Yale took a 40-38 lead 3 minutes and 9 seconds into the second half and never trailed.
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November 10, 2014 | BY ED BARKOWITZ, Daily News Staff Writer barkowe@phillynews.com
ARE THE visions of greatness in the desert a mirage or is Arizona for real? There's the Duke freshman who carries the memory of his mom and the Duquesne kid who has licked cancer. The annual college basketball preview is rolling through and the only thing that we're willing to stop for is a performance by the Yale kid who is taking a year off to get his Whiffenpoof on. What's a Whiffenpoof? See No. 9. 1 Kentucky might have more first-round picks on its roster than the Sixers.
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November 1, 2014
Brown at Penn Saturday, 1 p.m., Franklin Field TV: None. Radio: WFIL (560-AM) Records: Brown 3-3, 1-2 Ivy League; Penn 1-5, 1-2 History: Penn leads, 57-23-2. Brown won last year up there, 27-0. Penn's won the last two in West Philly. About Brown: Bears beat Cornell at home, 42-17 . . . Have won three of last four . . . Scored 16 or less in each of their losses . . . Are 1-2 on the road . . . Marcus Fuller is averaging 268 passing yards a game, with nine TDs and five picks . . . Brian Strachan leads the Ivies with five scoring catches . . . Have the sixth-best red-zone defense in FCS . . . Grant Senne has made eight of 10 field goals.
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October 29, 2014 | By Mike Kern, Daily News Staff Writer
Players of the Weekend National: Travis Wilson, who'd lost his starting job the week before to Oklahoma transfer Kendal Thompson, threw a 1-yard pass to Kaelin Clay with 8 seconds left to give 19th-ranked Utah a 24-21 home win over No. 20 Southern Cal. Local: Seth Klein passed for 347 yards and three scores as Widener - which hasn't trailed and is ranked 13th in Division III - remained unbeaten with a 34-17 MAC win at Lycoming (5-2)....
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October 26, 2014 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
Despite the quarterback's good size (6-foot-2, 230 pounds), Penn coach Al Bagnoli winces from the sidelines almost every time freshman Alek Torgersen takes off running. "Alek runs straight ahead and doesn't have the elusiveness of a Billy Ragone," said Bagnoli, mentioning last year's quarterback. "He's a good runner but he's got to learn how to be a smart runner. He's taking a lot of hits head on. We've got to impress upon him when you have the chance to get out of bounds, get out of bounds.
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September 29, 2014 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Inquirer Staff Writer
Mario Maurin, 85, the Eunice Morgan Schenck 1907 Professor Emeritus of French at Bryn Mawr College for two decades, died Saturday, Sept. 20, of cancer at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania. Dr. Maurin, of Rosemont, received his bachelor's, master's, and doctoral degrees, all by the age of 22, "a noteworthy accomplishment" for so young a man, said Bryn Mawr College president Kim Cassidy. He joined the staff at Bryn Mawr College in 1953 as an assistant professor in the French department.
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March 6, 2014
D ANIELA HOLT VOITH, 59, of Center City, is majority partner at Voith & Mactavish Architects, which opened in 1988. Voith, who has degrees from Yale's School of Architecture and Bryn Mawr College, focuses on planning and design for educational institutions. She has taught at Yale, Penn, Drexel and Bryn Mawr and has mentored women. Recently she was named to the American Institute of Architects' College of Fellows. Q: What sets Voith & Mactavish apart? A: Our philosophy is thinking about culture and context, architecturally and socially.
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February 16, 2014 | BY MATT EHALT, For the Daily News
NEW HAVEN, CONN. - For an approximately 15-minute stretch in last night's game against Yale, scoring a basket became a seemingly impossible task for the Penn Quakers. They couldn't hit shots - both open and contested - and consistently turned the ball over to a stingy Yale defense. That offensive drought, spanning the end of the first half and to beginning of the second, made a late rally too difficult for the Quakers as they fell, 69-54, in front of 1,128 people at the John J. Lee Amphitheater.
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February 16, 2014 | By Matt Ehalt, For The Inquirer
NEW HAVEN, CONN. - For about 15 minutes during Friday's night's game against Yale, scoring a basket became a seemingly impossible task for Penn. The Quakers couldn't hit shots - both open and contested - and consistently turned the ball over to a stingy Yale defense. That offensive drought spanning the end of the first half and the beginning of the second made a late rally too difficult for the Quakers, as they fell to Yale, 69-54, Friday, in front of 1,128 people at the John J. Lee Amphitheater.
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November 8, 2013 | BY MIKE KERN, Daily News Staff Writer kernm@phillynews.com
YOU DIDN'T NEED a Ph.D in BCS to know that Penn's season would come down to two road trips in November. One to Brown, the other to Harvard, sandwiching a home game against Princeton. So who figured the Tigers, after being picked to finish fifth in the preseason poll, would win at Brown and Harvard (in three overtimes) in October? In 5 of the last 6 years, either Penn or Harvard has won the championship outright. In 2008, Harvard shared it with Brown. The last time neither got at least a part of the title was 2006, when Princeton and Yale tied.
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October 28, 2013 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
No starting quarterback, no problem. Reserve quarterback Ryan Becker - starting in place of Billy Ragone, who was out with an ankle injury - threw two touchdown passes and the Penn defense played stout once again to lead the Quakers to a 28-17 victory over visiting Yale in front of an announced crowd of 11,289 at Franklin Field on Saturday. Although Becker splits many of the snaps during games with Ragone - who could return next week against Brown - Saturday's game marked the fifth-year senior's first start since a 31-10 victory against Bucknell on Oct. 9, 2010.
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