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On the heels of one of the best all-around seasons in Penn squash history, the Quakers are doing everything they can to maintain their success from 2015-16.
Not long ago, none of this would have seemed possible. But that was before.
It's hard to imagine Kasey Chambers scripting it any better.
PRINCETON — Party like it’s 2014. Or 2001. Either way works.
Before Penn women's basketball could fully set its sights on the most important game of its season, it had one last hurdle to overcome.
The more things change, the more they stay the same.
NEW YORK – Midway through the second half on Friday, despite having gone down by 11 after halftime, Penn basketball managed to whittle its deficit against Columbia down to a single point.
"Don’t mistake activity for achievement.”
Taking the court in a cross-town affair for the second time in four days on Thursday, Penn women’s basketball couldn’t have been more familiar with the opponent it was set to face. After all, last year, the Quakers knocked off Temple in January to clinch their first Big 5 title before the Owls returned the favor by ending the Red and Blue’s season in the WNIT Second Round in March.
It was a beautiful night at the Palestra on Tuesday, one full of pomp and circumstance.
2016 has already been a noteworthy year for two Penn basketball players no longer with the team.
By any conventional metric, the matchup between Penn women’s basketball and Princeton on Saturday was anything but aesthetically pleasing.
In late October, senior guard Tony Hicks elected to leave Penn basketball in order to take a break from the game of basketball. In doing so, Hicks left open the opportunity for him to graduate from the University in May before using his final year of NCAA eligibility at another school as a grad transfer. On Tuesday, The Daily Pennsylvanian confirmed that Hicks had elected to play his final season at Louisville in 2016-17. We spoke to Hicks by phone Wednesday afternoon.
Tony Hicks, the former Penn basketball star who was slated to serve as a team captain in his final season with the Quakers before leaving the program in October, will transfer to Louisville.
HONOLULU — A week away from Princeton. On the heels of a 32-point blowout. Two days of leisure ahead before heading back to Philadelphia.
Time for an encore.
Darien Nelson-Henry streaked down the lane on an out-of-bounds play late in the second half on Wednesday.
Saturday’s game at Franklin Field was not a competition. It wasn’t even a celebration.
Over the past year, the motto for Penn football has been, simply, “one more.”