They say basketball is a game of runs, and that could not have been more true tonight.
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If you thought the madness wouldn’t start until the Ivy League Tournament, you were dead wrong.
In the fight for their tournament lives, the Quakers are off to a good start.
The Quakers are officially fighting for their tournament lives.
This might be it for Penn men’s basketball.
Conference wins seem to be increasingly harder to come by for Penn men’s basketball.
Longtime Penn women’s lacrosse and field hockey coach Anne Sage died on Feb. 14.
One of the most consistent presences for Penn men’s basketball this season has been junior guard Devon Goodman.
The great Northeast tour continues.
Junior forward AJ Brodeur has been the leader of Penn men’s basketball all season, and he continued to show why this weekend.
Freshman guard Bryce Washington has been one of the foundational pieces of Penn men’s basketball’s strong first-year recruiting class. Over the weekend, his heroics helped the Quakers clinch the outright Big 5 title.
Every slumping offense needs a spark to get it going, and Penn men’s basketball got it all the way from Poland.
The Quakers’ early woes in conference play have been offset by their resounding Big 5 success.
The Quakers want nothing more right now than to send their old coach home with a defeat in their final meeting.
The best offense is a good defense.
In marquee games, the little things make the biggest difference.
Just over a year after graduating from North Carolina State, Pete Renda returned to his home state of Pennsylvania as an assistant coach for Penn wrestling with one goal in mind: winning championships.
In every season, there are games with high stakes played on big stages that come to define a team.
Franklin Pierce, America’s 14th president, served a four-year term in office. Franklin Pierce University’s sprint football program did not last much longer.
If you think of a football offense as a car, then the running back is the engine that keeps it moving. Senior Jake Klaus is certainly the driving force behind Penn sprint football’s offense, and he’s been doing it for years.