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Last weekend might have been “Championship Weekend” for the Ivy League, but Penn women’s basketball will make their case to extended it another week.
Penn women’s basketball had a test this weekend: rebound after a disappointing loss to Yale.
And just like that, they're in.
Weekend double headers are always difficult, but this is something else.
This weekend, a number of winter sports teams wrap up their seasons with Ivy League championships. While women’s swimming and men’s squash finished up last week, their opposite-gender counterparts along with gymnastics and indoor track & field all compete this weekend for postseason glory.
With just a few weeks left before the inaugural Ivy League Tournament for both men’s and women’s basketball, both of Penn’s squads will have meaningful games to come. While the women’s side is essentially a lock for tournament, the men’s team will have to fight its way in over the next two weeks.
Penn women's basketball's Princess Aghayere just had the best weekend of her career, and now she has the hardware to prove it.
Penn Athletics had a widely successful weekend, with plenty of teams taking home multiple victories. There were several standout athletes, but none shone brighter than Penn women’s basketball’s Princess Aghayere.
After nearly a month of play in the friendly confines of the Palestra, Penn women’s basketball had a challenge in front of them this weekend: venture out and win Ivy games on the road.
That's how you start a road trip.
I went to both Penn-Princeton men’s basketball games this year, and they tell the story of our team’s season.
Around Penn Athletics, there will be no shortage of high-octane matchups across the board this weekend. All in all, seven Penn teams will be in regular season action over the next three days, with the majority of them getting deep into the crucial stretch of conference play. With such an action-packed weekend ahead, our sports editors head to the roundtable to debate: which Penn team is under the most pressure to perform this weekend?
Eyes on the prize.
This Sunday, Tom Brady will start his seventh Super Bowl, and it makes me so hopeful about Penn football.
In its final non-conference game of the season, Penn women’s basketball cruised to a 89-43 victory over Stevens Tech, breaking a few team records under coach Mike McLaughlin in the process. The win was an all-around effort, with eight players recording at least five points in the contest, and is sure to provide the Quakers with a boost as they return to Ivy play. Here are the stars of the game, as well as some other important takeaways.
Close, but no cigar.
Both Penn men’s and women’s basketball are 0-3 in Big 5 play thus far, with the men’s matchup at La Salle tonight and the women’s hosting of Temple representing each team’s final chance at snagging a Big 5 win.
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