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Tuesday's performance against Princeton showed that Penn women's basketball is a team ready to make a run in the NCAA Tournament.
After helping seal Penn women's basketball's 2016 Ivy League title, junior point guard Kasey Chambers had the opportunity to cut down the Palestra nets.
Penn women's basketball won its second Ivy League championship in three years on Tuesday.
As the buzzer sounded in its 62-60 win over Princeton, Penn women's basketball stormed the court at Jadwin Gym for the second time in three seasons.
With Penn's 62-60 win over Princeton, Mike McLaughlin secured his second Ivy League title since taking over as the Quakers' coach seven years ago.
155-pounder May Bethea was one of two members of Penn wrestling to become an automatic qualifier to the NCAA Tournament with his performance at EIWAs this weekend.
Junior Kasey Chambers nailed a buzzer beater from midcourt to close out the third quarter for Penn women's basketball as the Quakers took down Harvard, 62-46, on Senior Night.
After struggling to find playing time her freshman year, sophomore guard Lauren Whitlatch has established herself as Penn women's basketball's primary threat from beyond the arc.
Freshman Jackson Donahue continued to find his feet in the Ivy League this weekend, with a team-high 25 points in the 92-84 win over Cornell proving his ever-increasing worth as a starter.
Junior guard Matt Howard put up 20 points to go along with 8 rebounds to help lead Penn to a 92-84 win over Cornell.
Senior forward Darien Nelson-Henry's 11-point, 11-rebound, six-assist performance wasn't enough for Penn basketball to hand Columbia its second Ivy loss of the season on Friday as the Quakers fell, 63-53, in New York.
The Quakers' new assistant coach, Joe Mihalich Jr., practically grew up on Philadelphia Big 5 basketball, as his father was La Salle's coach in the 1980s and '90s. To him, the Palestra feels a bit like home.