Track and field’s indoor season may be one of the shortest in college sports, but it’s nearing a dramatic finish as Penn prepares for the Ivy League Heptagonal Indoor Championships this weekend.
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Penn and Columbia men's basketball are tied for fourth in the Ivy League — but who makes the tournament?
So as things stand, Penn men’s basketball is currently tied with Columbia at 4-6 in the league for fourth place — the crucial, last spot to be invited to this year’s inaugural Ivy League Tournament. The winner of the new postseason tournament is the recipient of the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament later in March, making the promise of finishing fourth or higher in the conference all the more enticing.
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.
If things continue the way they are, Penn men’s basketball is headed straight to the Ivy League Tournament.
This edition of our Penn Athletics Weekend MVP could come from no other team than Penn men's basketball. The Quakers were electric in their two wins at Brown and Yale, and they can thank freshman Ryan Betley for leading the charge all weekend long.
They finally dropped a game, but they’re still standing.
Penn men’s basketball kept its dreams of making the inaugural Ivy League Tournament alive with a convincing 96-72 win over Brown.
Well, that was a nail-biter.
The story of Penn football quarterback Alek Torgersen seeking to make it to the NFL has just taken an unexpected turn after he was snubbed of an invite to the NFL Combine in two weeks' time.
By now, you ought to know the drill.
In the most highly-anticipated game of the year, Penn men’s basketball fell to archrival Princeton, 64-49, to keep the Quakers languishing at the bottom of the Ivy League. In his postgame press conference Tuesday night, coach Steve Donahue lamented that his players really didn’t play that badly — they just aren’t good enough at their current level.
If when it rains, it pours, then there was a monsoon at the Palestra on Tuesday night.
When the Palestra hosted its first game all the way back in 1927, the 10,000-seat arena was one of the largest indoor stadiums in the world. Today, that capacity has been downgraded to a little over 8,000, but the thousands in attendance at the Penn-Princeton men's basketball game on Tuesday night will still get one of the highest-quality experiences in all of the sport.
Every week, there’s one star across Penn Athletics that shines bright enough to merit extra recognition. The decision is often tough, but for this weekend, the answer is clear-cut: no one at Penn shone brighter than women’s basketball star Anna Ross.
When they’re playing like champions... is there anything you can do to stop them?
Another hurdle to jump meant another leap closer to the Ivy League title for Penn women’s basketball on Friday night.
Another week, another award for AJ Brodeur.
It may still be cold out, but Penn men’s tennis is coming home for the spring season.
Penn football’s Alek Torgersen has been ranked as the No. 10 quarterback prospect in this year’s NFL Draft by Sports Illustrated.
It may be just a week into the semester, but Penn men’s basketball is already taking a break. At least, a break from Ivy League play.