Corky Calhoun — who Chuck Daly described as "a quiet leader" — contributed to three of the most successful seasons in Penn men's basketball history before transitioning to the NBA.
After a year of canceled competition, winter sports returned this season to Penn's campus. With them, many Quaker seniors were able to make one last mark on the program they dedicated their college careers to.
The men's basketball senior is headed home to Washington D.C. to find a new home court with the Howard Bisons, all while pursuing another degree.
Mia Lakstigala, who was the third-leading scorer and rebounder for Penn women's basketball this past season, is heading to George Washington University next season to play for the Colonials.
After four years with the Quakers, Bryce Washington is transferring to Hofstra University to use up his remaining eligibility.
Despite retiring from coaching in 2019, Fran Dunphy is returning to the sidelines as the men's basketball head coach of Penn's Big 5 foe La Salle.
Jordan, who won an Ivy League Player of the Year award during his time with the Quakers, has reached March Madness the past two seasons as an assistant coach with two different teams.
Young Quakers is a Netter Center program that partners varsity Penn athletes with K-8 students at Penn's University-Assisted Community Schools (UACS) in West Philadelphia.
Penn was in charge of managing much of the grunt work for the event, which included accommodating teams and assisting the media in attendance.
Senior Jelani Williams is returning home to Washington D.C. to spend his remaining years of NCAA eligibility with Howard University.
This weekend, Penn will play host to two Sweet Sixteen games and one Elite Eight game, meaning it'll manage much of the grunt work that goes into planning the event.
Keep up to date with the Quakers as winter sports charge towards final gasps for glory at NCAA Championships and spring sports show hints of what the coming season has in store.
The Quakers might've suffered a tough loss at the hands of Yale on Saturday, but that won't be the last you'll be seeing of this team.
In a game that would determine whether or not Penn's season would live another day, the Quakers couldn't get it done, falling short to an Azar Swain-led Yale squad.
The Red and Blue, led by star guard Jordan Dingle, look to bounce back from a late-season skid and emerge victorious in Ivy Madness.
Here’s a look at what the blueprint needs to be for two Penn victories this weekend that would launch the team into March Madness.
In the absence of head coach Steve Donahue, assistant coach Nat Graham stepped up to coach his first ever collegiate game.
Going up against a team that hadn't lost an Ivy matchup all season, the Quakers had their work cut out for them, and while they kept it close early, they couldn't keep up with the Tigers for most of the game.
Despite his job on basketball’s biggest stage, each year Jenkins takes the time to speak with Penn students at meetings hosted by the Wharton Undergraduate Sports Business Club, which occurred yet again on Friday, Feb. 25 over Zoom.
With the welcome return of senior captain Meg Hair after an absence due to injury, the seniors stepped up to name the night as their own.