Friday's 82-79 overtime win against Dartmouth wasn't an easy one for the Quakers, but wins don't need to be pretty as long as they get the job done.
Penn women’s basketball remained undefeated in Ivy League play after taking care of business in Hanover, N.H., easily dispatching Dartmouth by a score of 60-44.
AJ Brodeur extended his double-digit scoring streak to 17 games as Penn beat Dartmouth 82-79 in a back-and-forth overtime contest.
Penn men's basketball starts its first home weekend of Ivy League play Friday night when Dartmouth visits the Palestra.
Northfield Mount Hermon School has produced alumni that have gone on to become diplomats, athletes, and federal judges. Three of them play for Penn men’s basketball.
The Red and Blue currently sit in a three-way tie for fifth in the conference standings, along with the Big Green, their first opponent this weekend.
As the Quakers prepare to make the long trip north to play Dartmouth and Harvard this weekend, their conference record is unblemished, and their overall results are equally impressive.
It's been four months since the Penn's independent review was in its "final stages": Here's what we've learned since then.
Former Penn men's basketball forward Conor Turley's legacy didn't end with his final game at the Palestra.
Freshman guard Bryce Washington picked up his third straight Ivy Rookie of the Week award after two sizzling back-to-back performances at Brown and Yale this past weekend.
Goodman provided consistent scoring in hostile road environments over the weekend, shooting 64 percent from the field across games at Brown and Yale.
Penn women’s basketball was able to hang on to defeat a visiting Yale team, 54-48, on the second night of a back-to-back. Here’s what we learned from the Red and Blue’s victory.
There have been too many poor shooting games for it to be a coincidence. You can’t get unlucky this frequently. At some point it stops being an off night and starts being the norm.
In a tale of two halves, Penn women's basketball prevailed over Yale, 54-48. After a strong start to open a double-digit lead, the Quakers’ offense went on a cold streak in the second half, letting the Bulldogs back in the game.
After a back-and-forth first half in which both teams did not shoot well, Yale pulled away from Penn men’s basketball in the second half and took the game by a score of 78-65.
One night after both teams took down Brown, Penn men's and women's basketball finish the weekend against Yale.
In a game that never really seemed close, the Quakers opened up the game on a 13-3 run and never looked back. Here are three takeaways from the win.
Here are some takeaways from Friday night’s matchup as the Quakers look on toward an Ivy League slate that figures to be much more demanding.
Led by senior guard Ashley Russell, who had a dominant game on both ends of the floor, the Quakers dismantled Brown in their first conference home game of the season.
To start the game, the Quakers took a 2-0 lead off of junior guard Devon Goodman’s fastbreak layup and never looked back, leading for the rest of the game and ultimately taking down the Bears, 92-82.