This summer, after a long day as counselors for Penn basketball’s summer camp, the program’s student-athletes were ready to turn in for the evening.
The Donahue era of Penn basketball has never been closer to starting than now.
The Red and Blue play their first game under Steve Donahue in a matchup with Robert Morris, a team coming off an NCAA Tournament bid last season.
Tony Hicks, Penn basketball’s leading scorer the last two seasons, has decided to leave the program.
Coach Steve Donahue and his staff have hit the ground running, already getting two commitments for the Class of 2020.
Penn basketball took in its first transfer in years, recruiting sophomore guard Matt MacDonald from Fairleigh Dickinson.
It didn't take long for coach Steve Donahue to get going.
The new man in charge of Penn basketball reeled in Fairleigh Dickinson guard Matt MacDonald, the first transfer the Quakers have added in nearly 15 years.