For the past two years, we've seen two Penn men's basketball teams.
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Coming into the season, Penn men's basketball had high hopes. Pundits picked the Quakers to finish second in the Ivy League, and they finished with two first-place votes in the Ivy League preseason poll. Yet 11 weeks into the regular season, Penn sits at 7-7, with a resume consisting of two conference losses to Princeton and a stinging loss to Saint Joseph's. With conference play heating up, here's how the rest of the Ivy League men's basketball teams stack up.
The Quakers' recent losses aren't helping their chances.
Heading into Penn men's basketball's season opener against Alabama, sophomore forward Michael Wang and highly-touted freshman guard Jonah Charles were ruled out for the contest. Both were expected to play large roles for the Red and Blue in nonconference play. The Quakers already had to cope with the departures of several key seniors from last year.
While many Penn students will be spending time with their families, eating turkey, and watching football over the break, Penn men's basketball will hit the hardwood in Anaheim, Calif.
Penn football can breathe a sigh of relief after picking up its first Ivy League victory of the season against Brown on Saturday. The Quakers found themselves in a dog fight against the Bears and came away with a much-needed victory. Here are five takeaways from Saturday afternoon's action.
Penn men's basketball's 122-year history has been filled with highlights: the 1979 Final Four team, 26 Ivy League regular season championships, and the undefeated 1970-71 season are just a few examples of the Quakers' success on the court.
Penn teams will have had their fill of competition from Yale after this weekend, as field hockey and both soccer teams will face off against the Bulldogs. Unlike this Saturday's football game, where the Quakers travel to New Haven, Conn., this trio will all play at home.
Freshman phenom Sizzy Lawton is starting to make this a weekly routine.
NEW YORK — The Quakers made the wrong type of history on Saturday.
NEW YORK — So far, Al Bagnoli is getting the best of the Quakers this year.
Last month, Gov. Gavin Newsom (D-Calif.) signed a bill into law that will allow college athletes to hire agents and make money from endorsements, drawing strong opposition from the NCAA and universities in California. The law will likely face legal challenges, but its passing brings new life to the debate of whether college athletes should be paid.
It's becoming a weekly routine for Karekin Brooks.
Every year, we hear cases of athletes collapsing during practice or in-game. What's worse is that often, none of these athlete's teammates know how to perform CPR.
Any athlete will stress the importance of training in the offseason. Strength and conditioning is a vital part to any level of athletics, and even small changes in workout programs can have a significant impact on player performance.
NEWARK, Del. — Penn and Delaware are separated by 42 miles, but there wasn’t much of a difference between the way the two teams played Saturday afternoon.
New offensive coordinator, new quarterback, and a new Penn football.
Even though Penn football has yet to kick off its season, most of the fall sports are in full swing. It may still be early, but here are three of the teams that have surprised us with their performances thus far.
Senior quarterback Nick Robinson has often been overlooked during his Penn career. He has just one start in two seasons, and even though he has put up solid numbers, the team has gone in other directions with limited success.
Senior quarterback Eddie Jenkins and senior center Matthew Hermann might have been destined to be roommates. Or maybe it was planned.