Since the program's first season in 1897, the Quakers have fielded some talented players over the years on the basketball court. As the 20th winningest men's basketball program of all-time, Penn's greatest success was from 1966 to 2007, and most of the players on this list played in this era.
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Just 1.5 miles separate the Philly college rivals Penn and Temple. On Saturday, though, the teams were usually separated by double-digits.
The Quakers had hoped to build momentum heading into Big 5 competition after Thanksgiving break, as they traveled south to Fayetteville, Ark., to take on No. 13 Arkansas for the first time in either team's history. Unfortunately, in a contest without the Red and Blue's leading scorer — sophomore guard Jordan Dingle — Penn (3-6, 0-0 Ivy) dropped its ninth game of the year to No. 13 Arkansas (6-0, 0-0 SEC), 76-60. The Razorbacks had Las Vegas' backing, with Arkansas being favored by 18.
Adjustment to a new normal has defined all of our lives over the past few months, and for Penn men's basketball, that means coming to the realization that they aren't as in sync as they'd like to be.
On Friday night, Penn wasn't able to notch its first win of the season, falling to George Mason 87-66. Thanks to a slow start in the first half and a bevy of three-pointers from the Patriots, George Mason never trailed in the game, and was able to maintain a sizable lead for most of the contest.
This Saturday at 12 p.m., Penn football (3-5, 1-4 Ivy) will visit Harvard (6-2, 3-2) in its penultimate game of the season. Four Daily Pennsylvanian Sports reporters make their picks ahead of the game against the Crimson.
This Saturday, Penn football (3-4, 1-3 Ivy) will take on the Cornell Big Red (1-6, 0-4) at Franklin Field for the annual Homecoming game. Four DP Sports reporters make their picks ahead of the big day.
After a year-long hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Ivy League basketball is back this fall, and the Quakers look to make their first trip to March Madness since 2018. Here’s how the Ancient Eight teams stack up heading into the 2021-2022 season.
Time and time again in the college football ranks, Penn running backs coach David Sims has learned that it’s not just about what you know, it’s about who you know.
The Daily Pennsylvanian recently chatted with Penn men’s basketball assistant coach Nat Graham. We asked him 15 questions about his basketball experiences, his coaching time in the Ivy League, his love for the British version of "The Office," and more. Here's what he had to say.
It’s hard not to credit head coach Mike McLaughlin and the many talented Penn women’s basketball players that have played in the Palestra as the drivers for the Quakers’ success on the hardcourt.
Football is back for the Quakers … almost.
This story is part of a series on Penn football's 18 Ivy League titles. Click here to read about the team's 2000 championship.
You can take a Philadelphian out of Philly, but you can't take Philly out of a Philadelphian.
As the NFL kicked off last Sunday, things looked different around the league. Tom Brady donned a Buccaneers jersey, Joe Burrow started his first professional game, and the NFL played games without fans for the first time in its history.
Last season proved to be one of the more successful seasons in recent history for Penn sprint football.
Though the Ivy League canceled fall sports this year, there's a chance the football season will continue in the spring if health experts give the green light. Here's how the eight teams stack up in the off-season.
Michael Jordan is probably not who you think he is.
Senior guard Ryan Betley has been a fixture for Penn men's basketball over the past four years. As a sophomore during the 2017-18 season, he led the Quakers in points per game and helped the Red and Blue reach the NCAA Tournament for the first time since 2007, and he played a crucial role in the Quakers' success this past season as well.
Senior forward AJ Brodeur sat in front of his locker late this morning. He tied his shoes, put on his basketball shorts, and prepared for coach Steve Donahue to start Penn men's basketball's film session. Just over two weeks ago, Brodeur wasn't even sure he'd still be playing this late into the season. Three straight Ivy losses — including a poor-shooting loss at Dartmouth — pushed the Quakers to fifth in the Ivy League.