Entering Saturday night’s women’s basketball showdown between Penn and Yale, the two foes were headed in sharply opposite directions.
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There’s no such thing as a moral victory?
The mystique of Philadelphia college basketball has been well-documented — with the Palestra earning the designation of the nation’s most “Hallowed Hall” in a Dec. 2014 NCAA.com feature — and that allure makes it quite difficult for local figures to stay away.
Better late than never.
PROVIDENCE — Even before tipoff, Saturday night was already going pretty well for Brown basketball center Cedric Kuakumensah as the Ivy League held a brief ceremony to celebrate his surpassing former Dartmouth star Brian Gilpin as the conference’s career shot-blocking leader.
NEW HAVEN — All season long, Penn basketball's first-year coach Steve Donahue’s mantra has been simple: “We’re trying to build this into a championship program.”
It may only be January, but it’s already time for championship basketball.
For the latter half of the 20th century, the Philadelphia Big 5 made its home at the Palestra, with five men's basketball Division I teams annually competing against one another at the historically revered arena in what the organization’s website referred to as “college basketball’s biggest, most envied, unique, and frenetic, intracity rivalry.”
In the world of Philadelphia basketball, 33rd Street has belonged to Drexel since 2006.
It wasn’t pretty, but it got the job done.
After Penn men’s basketball’s first loss of the season on the road against Washington, the Quakers responded emphatically, playing arguably their best game yet in an 80-64 victory over Big 5 foe La Salle.
While Penn men’s athletics may still be far away from reaching title nine in 2015-16 (eight titles away, for those counting), women are still making an impact on the men’s athletic program across the board.
For most of Penn’s student body, Thanksgiving break provides an opportunity for rest, relaxation and reconciliation.
When Penn’s gymnasts hit the floor, expect the music to be bumping.
Winning percentage isn’t the only thing Penn football is raising in Ray Priore’s first year at the helm.
In 2015 Ivy League volleyball, the only certainty is that nothing is certain.
Penn volleyball knows the sting of a massive upset.
Playtime is over for Penn volleyball.