The season is only eight games old, but a frustrating reality about watching Penn basketball’s games has already become clear.
Villanova was looking for a challenge when it returned to start Big 5 play. It didn’t get one from Penn.
Yes, Antoine Mason is the son of Anthony Mason. That’s THE Anthony Mason, the NBA All-Star who relished doing the dirty work and never ran away from a fight. But now, as the leading scorer in the NCAA, Antoine’s doing things his father never did.
Tuesday night, Niagara (1-4) will come to the Palestra to face the Red and Blue (1-3), boasting explosive guard Antoine Mason and his impressive 31.2 points per game clip.
The Quakers nearly pulled off a stellar comeback, but came up just short.
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Penn wrestling has traditionally done battle against a difficult schedule, and this year is no different. The 2013-14 Quakers will face the nation’s best teams.
Caleb Richardson is more than just a statistical anomaly, he’s Penn wrestling’s best prospect in years.
Judging from last year’s results, one would expect Penn wrestling junior Jeff Canfora to be out for revenge. Time for the narrative to flip.
If the Quakers want to beat Penn State at home on Saturday and get a winning streak going, they’ll have to be on guard … in more ways than one.
Here are three of Penn’s must-see contests this year as Penn takes on Iowa, Rider and Harvard in marquee matchups.
137 years. That’s how long it’s been since Penn and Princeton began playing each other in football. Now, with everything on the line, Princeton returns for a battle that may have more meaning than any of the 104 before it.
Now that the dust has settled and the initial shock of Penn football’s baffling 27-0 loss to Brown on Saturday has worn off, something has become abundantly clear about the 2013 Quakers. They have a bad case of narcolepsy. Penn has earned four wins this year, each of them nearly marred by a stretch where the team has suddenly, inexplicably forgotten how to play winning football.
Playing Brown was supposed to be an afterthought for Penn, but it took the Bears exactly one play to change everything.
What’s scary about Penn basketball in 2013-14?
It wasn’t pretty at first, and it certainly wasn’t pretty at the end, but for 40 minutes, Penn looked like it had the best football team in the Ivy League.
It’s been two long years since the famous “Battle of I-95,” but on Saturday, the Palestra was buzzing with NBA action once again.
On Saturday, the Red and Blue will look to take care of business early against a seemingly overmatched Columbia squad and avoid a repeat of 2012’s near-disaster.
Missed field goals, wild touchdowns lead to the longest game in Penn history.
Playing in her first game in since Sept. 10 after suffering a concussion, senior captain Dani Shepherd enjoyed a productive return to the court, contributing 20 digs to help lift the Quakers (6-6) to a four-set victory over the woeful Explorers (1-19).