To the dismay of some Penn fans and to the excitement of the men’s basketball team, the Quakers received the news on Sunday evening that they would be taking on Kansas in the NCAA Tournament opener in Wichita, Kansas.
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Bring on the Jayhawks.
It was all Penn all night.
The Quakers are a second half team.
Penn men’s basketball came into Friday night’s matchup against Columbia looking to get the bad taste out of its mouth from last weekend’s loss to Harvard.
NEW YORK — It’s not how you start; it’s how you finish.
Three is the magic number.
Tonight just wasn’t the Quakers’ night.
Penn women's basketball has perhaps its biggest matchup on Tuesday when they travel to Princeton to take on the Tigers in a showdown of the top two Ivy League teams. The Quakers (15-5, 6-1 Ivy) fell to the Tigers (16-4, 6-1) earlier this season, 70-55. Ahead of the game, three of our writers outline the biggest keys to avoid the season sweep for the first time since 2015.
One more year.
The whole season has led to this moment — and it’s finally here.
Penn men's basketball has already beaten Princeton once this year, but on Tuesday night, the Quakers will try to do it again — except this time it will be on the road.
Penn men’s basketball gave the Palestra crowd (and the members of the Class of '22 in attendance) a game to remember in its 95-90 victory over Brown on Friday night. Although the Quakers did not play their best basketball, they had enough in the tank to improve to 4-0 in Ivy League play ahead of Saturday’s huge matchup versus Yale. Here are five takeaways from the thriller at the Palestra:
Part of every good coaching staff is a group of assistant coaches that can help push the team to higher levels.
For many at Penn, next Sunday’s Super Bowl will be a time to come together and proudly cheer on the city’s team, the Philadelphia Eagles.
Though some might say it is not what is used to be, the Big 5 is still a competitive conference. Even with Villanova's recent streak of dominance, the other four teams still boast high caliber talent.
There's no place like home.
Sometimes it takes just one player to spark an entire team.
Penn women’s basketball put the rest of the Ivy League on notice with Friday’s 68-48 home victory against Cornell. The Quakers, while not playing a perfect game, took a step in the right direction with their first Ivy victory of the young season. Here are four takeaways from the action at the Palestra:
On Saturday, Penn men’s basketball capped off its eight game stretch away from home with a 78-70 victory over Dayton.