In Penn men’s basketball's final non-conference game of the season, the Red and Blue defeated Temple, 66-59, in a defensive battle that went down to the wire.
Penn men's basketball will look to break out of its 2020 slump when it faces Temple at the Palestra this Saturday afternoon.
On Thursday night, Penn women’s basketball let another sizable lead slip in Big 5 play and fell to Temple by a 76-72 score.
Since starting 10-1, the Red and Blue have dropped two in a row, including a 20-point home loss against Princeton.
With conference play heating up, here's how the rest of the Ivy League men's basketball teams stack up.
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As Penn men’s basketball prepares to close out Big 5 play in a matchup with Temple this Saturday, the energy feels different around the Palestra.
This weekend, the men fell to Saint Joseph's, 87-81, but along the way there were many exciting moments.
Looking to rebound from two consecutive losses to Princeton to begin Ivy League play, the Quakers couldn’t get the job done against Saint Joseph's, losing by a score of 87-81.
After dropping two consecutive games to Princeton to open the Ivy League season, Penn men's basketball returns to Big 5 play on Saturday against Saint Joseph's at the Palestra.
With a strong start to non-conference play, Penn women's basketball could have a chance to secure the Ivy League's second-ever at-large bid.
The Quakers will attempt to notch their second Big 5 win of the season when they take on Saint Joseph's this Saturday at the Palestra.
Penn women’s basketball’s hopes to capture this season's Big 5 crown suffered a blow on Wednesday, as the Quakers fell to Villanova by a score of 70-58.
Penn men’s basketball had a rough winter break, dropping back-to-back games against Princeton to open its Ivy League schedule.
The Ivy League opener didn’t go as planned, and the Quakers were dominated in the second half, losing to the Tigers by a score of 75-55.
Unfortunately for the Red and Blue, the 75-55 defeat did not instill confidence in the team’s ability to perform against higher-caliber competition.
The Quakers put up 64 and 58 points in the two Princeton contests, which mark two of the three lowest totals they have put up all season.
Visiting a hostile Jadwin Gym, Penn men's basketball was unable to slow down a fiery Princeton side, ultimately falling by a 63-58 score.
Penn men's basketball is back in action against Princeton just six days after losing to the Tigers in the Ivy League opener for both teams.
It’s a big week for Penn basketball, as both the men's and women's teams will face rival Princeton in early Ivy League contests with much at stake.