In a reverse of the 2012-13 season, Lehigh gave Penn wrestling a taste of its own medicine on its own mats.
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With an old rival coming to town, a fresh, young Penn wrestling squad will look to make a statement at the Palestra on Sunday.
10. March 20, 1971 – Villanova 90, Penn 47
Jack McCloskey coached Penn basketball during the dawn of the Big 5, from 1956 to 1966. In his 10 seasons coaching the Quakers, McCloskey went 146-105 overall and 87-53 in Ivy League play. McCloskey later coached the Portland Trail Blazers from 1972-74 and was on Jerry West’s Los Angeles Lakers coaching staff in the late 1970s. He is most well-known for his role as the general manager of the Detroit Pistons during the “Bad Boys” era, in which the team won two NBA titles. He has his own banner hanging in the Palace of Auburn Hills.
With Penn basketball set to square off with Lafayette on the road Saturday, we look back at the top five Penn-Lafayette showdowns of all time.
It may have been freezing this weekend, but the Quakers are heating up.
It’s finally showtime for Penn wrestling.
With the exception of Harvard, Ivy men’s hoops squads faced limited success, as many units faced vastly superior opponents. Here’s how the Ancient Eight fared in the first full week of play.
C.J. Cobb made a splash last season. Now, he’s ready to reign.
Two games out. Two games left.
1. Only six bench points The Quakers did not get much help from their bench on Saturday, as the unit only contributed six points. Just two non-starters scored: junior Henry Brooks and freshman Dylan Jones. Brooks, who played a considerable 26 minutes off the bench, went just 2-for-6 from the field. The only other basket from the bench came from Jones’ emphatic dunk. Junior guard Patrick Lucas-Perry, the Quakers’ premier deep threat last season, went scoreless in just seven minutes of action. The Quakers need to see a jump in bench production.
In a season where Penn field hockey made a significant leap forward, it could not take the final step.
Kyle Wilcox decided to take matters into his own hands.
After two halves and two overtimes of scoreless play, all eyes were on senior Julie Tahan.
While so much has changed for Penn field hockey this season, one thing has remained the same – the Quakers can’t seem to shake the Lions.
WILLIAMSBURG, Va. — Coming off the longest game in Ivy football history, a hangover might have been expected for Penn.
Thrilling, hard-fought, triumphant.
Jasmine Cole and Elise Tilton are just freshmen, but they’re playing like they’ve been at this for a while.
Just call him magic Mike.