The loss marks the Quakers’ third straight and the seventh loss of the season by 17 points or more
The Daily Pennsylvanian reached out to several prominent donors and members of the Penn Athletics Board of Overseers for their reactions to the state of Penn basketball.
Several prominent donors and members of the Penn Athletics Board of Overseers offer their perspectives on the athletic director search.
No more chances for this class of Quakers to rejuvenate the Red and Blue faithful at the Palestra. No more opportunities to get fans believing instead of grieving at the Cathedral again.
The advisory committee searching for Penn Athletic Director Steve Bilsky's successor held an open forum for students to discuss its search process and solicit feedback Wednesday afternoon at Houston Hall. But only one student showed up.
After the death of Madison Holleran, fundraisers prompted by friends, family, and strangers emerge from her memory.
It doesn’t matter that Penn basketball swept Cornell and Columbia this weekend. Not yet anyway.
The choice is clear: Penn basketball can transform itself in the dwindling time it has left this season or it can stay lifeless and numb. Either way, a change must come.
Spoiler: There is no good to be taken away from this rout.
It was announced today through a new webpage dedicated to the Athletic Director search process that the 14-member advisory committee for the search chaired by Provost Vincent Price will hold two open forums.
Harry Gamble, coach of Penn football from 1971-80, died Tuesday morning. He was 83. Gamble is perhaps most well known for his time as team president and chief operating officer of the Philadelphia Eagles, but he got his coaching start with Penn.
The AD search is in good hands with Provost Price but what’s troubling is that we are still playing the guessing game as to the process that Penn’s 14-member committee will use
The search to find Penn Athletic Director Steve Bilsky’s successor is officially on.
Penn’s big men sparked the 77-74 win for the Quakers (3-10, 1-0 Ivy), marking the Red and Blue’s second victory in their last nine tries against Princeton (11-3, 0-1).
It’s been more than seven weeks since Penn President Amy Gutmann announced that Athletic Director Steve Bilsky will retire effective June 30.
Everyone’s tired of hearing that the effort isn’t there. If the effort doesn’t get there, Allen will have to get going, especially since the Penn basketball which Quakers fans once knew and loved is long gone.
Jim Wolf was one of the stars on Penn men’s basketball’s 1970-71 team that made it all the way to the NCAA tournament regional final with an undefeated record.
When Penn Athletic Director Steve Bilsky steps down effective June 30, he will leave behind in Penn Athletics an institution being pulled in a lot of different directions.
If freshman guard Tony Bagtas can run the team this crisply in a baptism-by-fire situation at Villanova, the offensive reins of this program should stay in his hands.
Former Sports Editor Alyssa Kress recalls missing a free throw at Cameron Indoor Stadium … in front of the Quakers.