In light of all the recent press surrounding Jerome Allen, he is still considered one of the best to ever take the court for Penn basketball.
Philip Esformes was convicted of 20 federal charges, including bribery, after being charged with 26 counts. With over $1.3 billion in fraudulent Medicare and Medicaid claims, Esformes’ trial marked the largest health care fraud case ever charged by the federal government.
Penn men’s and women’s basketball were well represented in the Big 5 awards for the 2018-2019 season, with a total of eight accolades.
I’m about to shun myself from at least half of the athletics community by arguing why student-athletes should not be paid for participating in amateur sports.
Penn women’s basketball’s season ended on Sunday evening with a 64-54 loss to Providence in the second round of the Women’s National Invitation Tournament.
Penn women's basketball continues postseason play in the WNIT against Providence at 4 p.m.
The Red and Blue didn’t show their wear and tear, getting off to a hot start against the visiting Eagles.
Just five days after its heartbreaking loss to Princeton in the Ivy League championship, Penn women’s basketball dominated American, 64-45.
The Quakers' first-round matchup is at home against American, who won a share of the Patriot League regular season title.
The Quakers will be taking on American in the opening round of the WNIT at the Palestra. Penn hasn’t faced the Eagles since 2006.
Jerome Allen, a former Penn basketball star player and coach, admitted to receiving approximately $300,000 in bribes from Philip Esformes to recruit his son to play basketball for Penn.
After their 65-54 loss to Princeton in the Ivy League Tournament final, the Quakers will host American in the first round of the WNIT.
Optimism for next season won’t make the Red and Blue feel any better. The Quakers fell tantalizingly, agonizingly short. That hurts.
Penn women’s basketball lost to Princeton, 65-54, in the Ivy League Tournament title game, a game which was much closer than the score indicates.
After dispatching No. 3 Harvard with ease Saturday night, No. 2 Penn women's basketball takes on No. 1 Princeton for the Ivy League Tournament championship.
Penn handled Harvard the same way Sunday’s foe, Princeton, handled a much worse Cornell team. Unfortunately, Saturday's games don't matter on Sunday.
The Red and Blue cruised past No. 3 Harvard, 91-62, in the second semifinal on the women’s side. They used a 15-0 run, spanning the first and second quarters, to get a comfortable lead and they never looked back.
All that to say: Penn men’s basketball lost in the semifinals of the Ivy League Tournament. This season was still a success.
In a hotly contested matchup that came down to the final minute, Penn men’s basketball fell to Harvard, 66-58, in the semifinal of the Ivy League Tournament.
Penn men's and women's basketball will both play Harvard in their respective Ivy Madness semifinal games on Saturday.