Editor's Note: Penn men's basketball held on to beat Villanova, 78-75. Read the full recap here.
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On Nov. 10, Penn men’s basketball junior forward AJ Brodeur posted a tweet sharing his frustration about alleged “budget cuts” for the Penn band and cheerleading programs. He stated that the two groups have not been able to stay in hotels during road trips, and he ended the tweet by asking, “Where is the money going?”
Penn men’s fencing is primed for another great season. The group has both underclassmen and more experienced fencers who can contribute, not to mention three-time Ivy League Men’s Fencing Coach of the Year Andy Ma.
In its second home game of the season, Penn women’s basketball got out to an early lead and never looked back, ultimately beating NJIT 85-42. Simply put, the Highlanders were no match for the Red and Blue on Saturday afternoon. But even though the Quakers didn’t face the greatest competition in this one, there are still some takeaways from the win.
The night was filled with excitement as Penn men’s basketball returned to the Palestra on Friday night. The team and fans watched the unveiling of the 2018 Ivy League Championship banner, and the crowd was electric from the jump.
It’s a tight one here at the Palestra.
Goodbyes are always difficult, especially when it means saying goodbye to a place like Franklin Field.
Another corporate sponsorship deal has been finalized by Penn Athletics.
This year, Penn women’s basketball looks much different than it did last season. Gone are the days of dominance from Michelle Nwokedi and Anna Ross, two all-time greats who graduated after last season. Now, though, the Quakers have the opportunity to write a new chapter.
Some things are just better under the lights. Football is one of those things.
The ball is tipped. Well, almost.
It wasn’t pretty, but the Quakers got the job done.
Through 30 minutes of action, the Quakers are locked in a defensive battle.
The Ivy League season is still just beginning, but Penn football's game this weekend already feels like a must win.
Penn football faces a unique challenge this weekend: having to bounce back from its first loss of the season.
If there’s one thing that the Quakers have shown in their first two games of the season, it’s that they can get to the quarterback.
Much of the discussion about Penn football so far this season has centered around the offense, with questions like, “Who will replace JWat?” and “Who will be the starting quarterback?” But through two games, the team's impressive defensive play deserves some more attention.
Penn men’s soccer is no stranger to hard-fought games.
Former Penn women’s basketball star center Sydney Stipanovich was a presence on the court in her four years playing for the Quakers. The St. Louis, Mo. native was an Ivy League Player of the year, three-time Ivy League Defensive Player of the Year, the career Ivy League leader in blocked shots ... the list goes on and on. Now, she’s forging a path off the basketball court.
No cupcake games. That seems to be the theme of the Red and Blue’s schedule this season.