Senior Night? Over. The Ivy League title race? Eliminated from contention. Nothing left to play for? Not quite.
As snow, vicious wind and cold weather blanketed Philadelphia on Monday, the Quakers season opening doubleheader against St. Joseph’s - initially scheduled for Tuesday - has been postponed.
Despite heading into halftime tied, North Carolina surged ahead in the second half, dispatching Penn with a barrage of goals, 13-8
Despite a spirited effort to kick off Saturday night's game, Penn simply could not stop Sears or any other part of the Bulldogs balanced attack.
In a game where Penn missed 11 foul shots, the Quakers performance was nothing but laughable.
Over the course of the Quakers Ivy League slate, it's become evident that Penn seems to be the athletic embodiment of both Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Following two grueling defeats at the hands of Yale and Brown last weekend, the Red and Blue return home for another Ivy doubleheader, this time against Harvard and Dartmouth.
Penn men's basketball player Dau Jok has made a habit of picking up accolades for his volunteer and humanitarian work over the past three-plus years.
On Thursday, the U.S. Basketball Writers Association honored Jok with its Most Courageous Award.
Saturday night against Brown, with Penn methodically picking apart the Bears in the first half, the Quakers let the box score do all the talking.
A new string of injuries. An extra night in Connecticut. Practicing in an opponent's gym. Throughout this season of inconsistency, nothing seems to be out of the ordinary for the Red and Blue.
Coming off of a sweep in its first Ivy doubleheader of the season, Penn replicated that performance over the weekend with tough victories over Cornell and Columbia.
Penn is a desperate, beaten team. It’s the 12th round, and one more punch is going to knock the Red and Blue out for good.
When Penn plays a near-complete game, when the Quakers limit their boneheadedness to a sole phase of the game, they tend to come out on top.
On Saturday, Penn men’s and women’s track and field meets became an afterthought as the teams and Penn community at large grieved in the aftermath of Madison Holleran’s death.
Two Penn events, sorority recruitment and a track and field meet, have been modified in response to the death of College freshman Madison Holleran, who died Friday night.
For the first time in the history of the Palestra, College GameDay, ESPN’s weekly college basketball preview show, will be hosted by the 88 year-old arena that remains synonymous with the glory of Big 5 basketball.
Following a stunner against heavily favored Tigers, Penn returns to the court in another marquee matchup, this time against St. Joe’s.
While the five games over break won’t be easy, the entire winter slate represents an opportunity for the Red and Blue (2-6) to finally turn the corner.
Unfortunately, just four games into the 2013-14 campaign, it’s becoming painfully clear that Penn has no player worthy of being called adaptable.