In 2019, one of the most impressive individual seasons by a Penn men’s lacrosse player of all-time was authored by one of the most unlikely sources.
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With Ivy League men’s basketball canceled for the 2020-2021 school year, we look ahead with some way-too-early power rankings for the likely return of Ancient Eight hoops next season:
The 1970s were the golden age of Penn men’s basketball, as the team reached the NCAA Tournament eight times in the decade. The Quakers’ sustained success culminated in 1979, with arguably the best team in program history.
Through Week 7 of the NFL season, Penn alumni are continuing to contribute to their respective teams. As the season heats up, we check in on how they’re doing.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn men's basketball's Jordan Dingle 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the sophomore guard had to say.
Despite what NBA 2K games might suggest, basketball is not a virtual sport, but it certainly feels that way for the newcomers to Penn men’s basketball this year.
Walking around the east end of Penn's campus, you’ll hear cars driving by, construction noises, and even food sizzling on a flat-top grill. What you won’t hear is the sound of basketballs dribbling or sneakers squeaking on hardwood.
There won’t be any sports played in the Ivy League this fall, but we can still speculate over what might have been.
Along with the oldest college football stadium in the U.S., Penn is also home to the "Cathedral of College Basketball.” The Palestra was completed in 1927 and has hosted more college basketball games than any other arena in the country. Over the years, this historic arena has been the site of numerous memorable basketball moments.
When Franklin Field was built in 1895, Grover Cleveland was President, Penn football was in the midst of a 26-game winning streak, and The Daily Pennsylvanian was just 10 years old. In the 126 years since, the oldest currently operating stadium in college football has hosted many historic events.
The state of Ohio gave us Quaker Oats. It also gave us another Quaker: Penn men’s basketball freshman forward Max Martz.
Despite poor weather conditions that forced its weekend back-to-back to be pushed to Saturday and Sunday, Penn men’s basketball increased its winning streak to five games with victories over Columbia and Cornell.
The night after a hard-fought overtime win over Harvard, the Quakers were bound to be a little sluggish. Penn men's basketball didn’t deliver a strong offensive performance but got it done on the defensive end to beat Dartmouth by a score of 54-46. Here are four takeaways from the game.
It's neck-and-neck here at the Palestra after 20 minutes of action.
All you can say is wow.
Nobody said it would be easy.
For the first time this season, it's been the Quakers' defense that has carried them to a halftime lead.
Back to school, back to Ivy basketball.
Three points are better than two.
Early in the season, the Quakers have some things to figure out.