This Week on 33rd Street: March 12

I sit down with former Sports Editor Mike Wisniewski to discuss how Penn basketball fared over spring break and whether the Quakers can finish off 2012-13 with a win against archrival Princeton tonight.

This Week on 33rd Street: Feb. 22

After its third straight split Ivy weekend, the Penn basketball team will be back on the road again against Cornell and Columbia this Friday and Saturday. When the two New York schools visited the Palestra earlier this season, the Quakers topped the Lions on Friday before blowing a lead and falling to the Big Red on Saturday. Senior Sports Editor Mike Tony and Associate Sports Editor John Phillips preview the action:

This Week on 33rd Street: Feb. 8

On its opening weekend of Ivy League play, the Penn basketball team pulled off a big win against Columbia before falling to lowly Cornell the following night, losing Fran Dougherty for the season in the process. Heading into this weekend's tilt, against Yale and Brown at the Palestra, the Red and Blue will also be without Steve Rennard. Senior Sports Editor Mike Tony and Sports Editor Ian Wenik give you their lastest take on the state of the Quakers:

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This Week on 33rd Street: Nov. 16

Previewing our final Penn football game of the season, Senior Sports Ed. Megan Soisson, football writer John Phillips and I break down the Quakers' 30-21 win over Harvard (see story) and debate whether or not that momentum will carry over into Saturday's bout against Cornell in Ithaca with an outright Ivy League title on the line:

This Week on 33rd Street: Nov. 9, Part I

The 2012-13 Penn basketball season is finally upon us! Friday night, Penn opens for the second straight year against UMBC (see preview), but missing will be familiar faces like Zack Rosen, Tyler Bernardini and Rob Belcore, in addition to a completely revamped coaching staff. How will the Quakers handle the change? Senior Sports Ed. Megan Soisson sits down with her co-editors Alyssa Kress and Mike Tony to discuss what awaits Penn over the weekend and the winter:

This Week on 33rd Street: Nov. 2

Following Penn's 20-17 homecoming win (see story) combined with Princeton's 37-35 loss last week at Cornell, the Quakers and the Tigers head into Saturday's matchup at 3-1 and tied for first place in the Ivy League. Can Penn football win another to push the Yale flop back further in our minds, and what will it take? Here's what Sports Editor Alyssa Kress and football writer John Phillips had to say about it on this week's segment:

This Week on 33rd Street: Women’s Soccer Edition

In anticipation of the upcoming Penn-Princeton women's soccer game, the outcome of which will determine whether or not the Quakers earn a share of the Ivy League championship, we bring you the first ever segment of This Week on 33rd Street: Women's Soccer Edition. I sit down with Associate Sports Editors Kenny Kasper and Mike Tony to discuss Penn's chances on Saturday and the possibility of a three-way tie for first, which — if it happens — would make determining the NCAA tournament berth get ugly.

This Week on 33rd Street: Oct. 26

The slow starts offensively and inability to stop opposing passers finally caught up to Penn football last Saturday, when the team dropped its first Ivy contest to Yale, 27-13, in New Haven (see story). The Quakers will have a chance to redeem themselves this Homecoming weekend against Brown at Franklin Field, but can they? Senior Sports Editor Megan Soisson and football writer Karl Bagherzadeh give you their take:

This Week on 33rd Street: Oct. 19

The team needed all 60 minutes, but Penn football escaped last Saturday with a 24-20 win over Columbia at Franklin Field (see story). All three of the Quakers' touchdowns came in the second half. On this week's edition, I sit down with Associate Sports Editor Mike Tony to discuss Penn's slow starts and preview the next game at Yale:

This Week on 33rd Street: Oct. 12

Penn football enters its Ivy home opener against Columbia coming off a tough weekend during which it fell, 34-28, to William & Mary (see story) and also likely lost fifth-year senior WR Joe Holder for the season to a broken fibula. This week, I sat down with football beat writer Anna Strong and Associate Sports Editor Allison Bart to discuss if it's worth it for the Quakers to play such a tough non-league schedule: