Ivy League champion Princeton played its first game of the NCAA Tournament yesterday and the Tigers had a pretty big fan in their corner.
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Once the dust cleared and Al Bagnoli was Columbia football's head coach, the next question became: Who would be on his staff? Would he take anyone from Penn's current staff?
Steve Donahue made his mark on the national stage up in Ithaca in his 10-year tenure, leading Cornell to three straight Ivy League titles and a Sweet 16 berth. While Donahue left Cornell for Boston College, his impact is still felt by the Big Red. Now, with Donahue taking the head coaching job at Penn, he’ll face his former squad twice a year. ESPN Ithaca interviewed current Cornell coach Bill Courtney, who took over from Donahue, and asked him about the news.
The Ivy League announced its All-Ivy selections and Tony Hicks was the lone Quakers player to receive recognition.
Jerome Allen is coaching his final game in his old varsity sweater, taking on Princeton at the Palestra. Can the Quakers give Allen a third straight win to go out on? Follow our liveblog to find out.
Penn women's basketball takes on undefeated Princeton in a regular season ending matchup at the Palestra. 29-0 Princeton looks to take down Penn to go undefeated into the NCAA Tournament while Penn looks to add a signature win to its resume.
Here's the ticket and TV info for the Harvard-Yale one-game playoff on Saturday at the Palestra:
With another easy victory on Saturday, Princeton women's basketball won the Ivy title, something that seemed inevitable at this point.
Jerome Allen decided to address reports that he will be fired after the season like only he can while drawing upon Marshawn Lynch for inspiration.
With Dartmouth's buzzer-beating upset of Yale on Saturday night, Harvard and Yale finished tied atop the Ivy League men's basketball standings, each going 11-3 while splitting their two head-to-head matchups.
Another week, another pair of losses for Penn basketball. While these games were undeniably improvements from the double-digit defeats to Yale and Brown two weeks ago, they still provided a few ugly statistics that aren't for those with weak constitutions. Without further ado, here's the summary from yesterday.
Another week, another flip through the Penn basketball fact book to see how historically bad some of the team's losses have been. Spoiler Alert: Things have only gotten worse since last week.
Welcome to snowy Cambridge, Mass. as Penn basketball takes on Harvard. The Quakers come in having lost three straight games and with leading scorer Tony Hicks suspended for this weekend's games. On the liveblog will be Kenny Kasper and Tom Nowlan.
Spending Valentine's Day like everyone else, I took a stroll through Penn basketball's fact book. What came from that look through is not for the faint of heart. Here's some ugly looking stats coming straight from my Twitter account.
Welcome back to Penn basketball as the Quakers take on first-place Yale at the Palestra in Penn's sixth conference game. The Red and Blue stand at 2-3 in conference play, coming off a split weekend where they defeated Cornell at the buzzer but fell hard to Columbia. Here's the liveblog.
Penn basketball found very little success offensively Saturday against Columbia and what offense the Quakers did have came in the form of Sam Jones. The freshman forward scored a career-high 23 points while making seven three-pointers.
Penn basketball was losing from the opening tip against Cornell until the final minute when a three-pointer from freshman forward Sam Jones and a floater in the paint from junior captain Tony Hicks propelled the Quakers to a 71-69 victory. Here are some interesting facts from the big win for the Red and Blue.
Welcome back to the Palestra for the third game of Ivy play for Penn basketball. The Quakers (6-10, 1-1 Ivy) are coming off a 58-51 win over Dartmouth while their opponent, Harvard, is coming off a win over Princeton to become 2-1 in Ivy play. Without further ado, let the liveblog begin.
Penn basketball carried momentum from its victory against Saint Joseph's into Ivy play, holding off a late Dartmouth charge to win, 58-51. Here's the good, the bad, and the ugly from the game.
1. What should expectations be going into the opening weekend of Ivy League play for Penn men's basketball?