For Alyssa Baron, an Ivy League title and a chance to rebuild a program is no longer a dream. It’s reality.
The Quakers (22-6, 12-2 Ivy) received a No. 12 seed and will play No. 5 Texas in College Park, Md. The game is scheduled for Sunday at 3:00 p.m. and will be broadcast on ESPN.
As musical notes slowly
filled the Palestra, the building came to life.
After winning the Ivy League title and a bid to the NCAA Tournament, Penn women's basketball is giving its fans a chance to join in the celebration.
But looking at the big picture, it is a full-team effort that has led to Penn shining the brightest. And at the end of the day, the individual accolades are simply a sign of the team’s overall success, not a sign that the team was driven by solely by those few players.
The good news for Penn women's basketball? This ride isn't ending any time soon.
Led by senior captain Alyssa Baron and freshman sensation Sydney Stipanovich, Penn women’s basketball took down the heavily-favored Tigers and will await an unknown opponent in next week’s NCAA Tournament.
The Red and Blue (21-6, 11-2 Ivy) have gone full-circle in the past two months since that loss, winning 13 of their last 14 games going into Tuesday’s Ivy title matchup at Jadwin Gym with Princeton
For the first time in program history, Penn women’s basketball is postseason-bound for the second consecutive year.
Columbia was just the next victim of a ferocious Penn women’s basketball team overflowing with energy in its last home stand of the season.
On Friday and Saturday, the Red and Blue (19-6, 9-2 Ivy) will host Columbia and Cornell, the latter of which will be Senior Night, before finishing their regular season against the Tigers (18-7, 9-2) on Tuesday night.
The Penn women’s basketball program has come a long way and we could not have done it without you. As coach McLaughlin’s first recruiting class, we have witnessed and been a part of the continued success.
All it takes is one week to change everything for Penn women's basketball.