The Quakers have only two games standing between them and an Ivy Madness appearance.
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In a game with serious Ivy Tournament seeding implications, Penn men’s basketball fell flat down the stretch.
All but one current NBA head coach played college basketball. The only one who didn’t? Taylor Jenkins, a Wharton alumnus whose organized playing career had ended by the time he was an undergraduate.
Though the last four years have been thrilling for men’s basketball’s senior class, the group wants more.
Two wins this weekend puts Penn men's basketball in great shape toward making a strong push toward the Ivy League Tournament. Two losses puts the team in desperation mode.
After two consecutive losses, Penn women's basketball has a chance to regain momentum with a Big 5 title.
In its first matchup against Widener since 1935, Penn men’s basketball came up with the same result as last time: a double-digit win. The Pride were never able to put a real scare into the Quakers, who scored in triple digits for the first time this season.
The Quakers got the same result as last year, but this time around, it was against a completely different La Salle team.
Eight of Penn men’s basketball’s first nine games are away from the Palestra, and it’s having some important effects on the players.
When Anthony Lotti and Sam Philippi submitted their DNA samples, they quickly forgot about it. They didn’t even expect a call back. They also didn’t expect to have the opportunity to save a life, appear on national news, get tickets to the Super Bowl, and receive a FaceTime call from NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell.
This year's Ivy League preseason poll ranked Penn women's basketball tied with Princeton for first place. The Quakers are projected to be right in the running for an Ivy League championship, and it’s relatively uncommon for freshmen to immediately step in and contribute to such a strong college program. However, freshmen Kayla Padilla and Silke Milliman look ready to make an impact right away.
In a game they were supposed to win, the Quakers did not disappoint.
Creating some turnovers and having a strong start will be the name of the game for Penn football this week.
Offensive linemen do not get a lot of love. That stops today. Penn's fun-loving, all-you-can-eat-buffet ruining, pancaking big men deserve attention.
In a weekend that brought mixed results, one thing was clear: Coach Nicole Van Dyke may need to find a full-time job as a halftime motivational speaker.
Inside linebacker Nick Miller may have been the best player in the Ivy League last year. He was a unanimous selection for first team All-Ivy. He was a finalist for the STATS FCS Buck Buchanan Award for FCS Defensive Player of the Year. His list of career accolades are nearly uncountable. Now, with his graduation, it’s someone else’s time. But who will step up?
It wasn’t without hiccups, but Penn women's soccer finished with a successful weekend.
There’s a new team playing at Franklin Field, but it's been around for a while.
The soon-to-be Quakers made an impact of the first day of the Penn Relays.
Lauren O’Mara is the unsung hero of Penn women’s lacrosse’s stingy defense.