Penn men's basketball is off to its best start in 15 years after beginning the season 8-4. In 2018, the Quakers expect more of the same from themselves.
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2017 was a year of highs and lows for Penn men's and women's basketball as both teams saw their 2016-2017 seasons end in agonizing fashion.
The stellar play of junior guard Antonio Woods was one of the key reasons Penn was able to pull off the upset against Dayton.
Off to its best 11-game start in 15 years, there could be a lot more for Penn men's basketball to be excited about if the team can meet the potential its already shown.
Following a breakout season at 149 pounds, senior Joe Oliva is ready to lead Penn wrestling as a captain this year — but he won't be going about the challenge alone.
Senior guard Caleb Wood continued his strong play this season with a career-best 26 points against Howard.
Senior wide receiver Justin Watson's stellar campaign, in which he broke several school records, was not enough to bring home a second consecutive Ivy Player of the Year honor.
Women's basketball's Mike McLaughlin has been one of the most successful coaches at Penn in his tenure as head coach.
Penn men's basketball has seen more good than bad thus far this season, and the team is the top-ranked squad in the Ivy League in terms of RPI
With nine games and six overtime periods in 19 days, Penn men's basketball is averaging a game every two days.