The Ivy League and NBA both have their share of teams that are consistently winners, as well as teams that are perennial bottom-feeders.
The NCAA granted Betley an extra year of eligibility after he suffered a right knee injury in the first five minutes of his junior season, forcing him to missed the remainder of the year.
The Ivy League announced its women's basketball postseason awards on Wednesday, and a pair of Penn players took home two of the three main accolades.
Senior forward AJ Brodeur was named co-Player of the Year and earned first-team All-Ivy recognition, freshman guard Jordan Dingle was named Rookie of the Year, and senior guard Devon Goodman earned honorable mention All-Ivy.
Basketball players, coaches, and fans have taken to the internet to express their disappointment and anger with the League's decision, hoping that collective action may result in a reconsideration from the Ancient Eight's governing body.
The teams knew that there was a possibility that the men's and women's tournaments would be played without spectators. Canceling the tournament altogether, though? No one saw it coming.
While the coronavirus is legitimately concerning, the logical jump from wanting to limit the size of large crowds to an outright cancellation of the tournament is not obvious when there were other options on the table.
The decision occurred after Harvard, the host of the tournament, announced it was moving classes online following its spring break.
Penn men’s basketball finished its regular season with a dominating 85-65 victory over Columbia. Here are eight of the biggest points from the game.
Here are three of the biggest takeaways from Penn’s weekend sweep as the Quakers look ahead to their semifinal game against No. 3 Yale next weekend.
With 9:46 left in the game and the Quakers already leading the Lions by 20, Brodeur scored on a layup to give him his 18th point in the game and the 1,829th of his career.
With a commanding defensive performance against Columbia, Penn women's basketball played like a team that could reach the Ivy League Tournament final this upcoming Saturday night.
After thoroughly defeating Cornell by a score of 67-46 on Friday night, the Quakers picked up their second straight win after dropping their previous two contests.
On Friday, Penn men’s basketball was able to repeat its result against Cornell from earlier in the season, winning by a score of 78-64. Here are three of the biggest takeaways.
After a 78-64 win for Penn men's basketball over Cornell on Friday night, the Quakers' Ivy Tournament fate will not be determined until Saturday.
The women tip off against the Big Red at 6 p.m. on Friday while the men get going at 7 p.m. Keep it here for live updates from tonight's action.
With just one weekend of regular season Ivy play left, the Ivy Tournament bracket is more or less solidified.
The Red and Blue will get the chance to end their season on a high note in their final road trip of the season to Cornell and Columbia this weekend.
In their last Ivy Weekend of the season, the Quakers will play Cornell and Columbia at home, hoping to pull off two wins with Ivy Madness on the horizon.
Looking back at four key games — one from each year — reveals how this crop of seniors developed into the stars they are today.