This week's DP Sports Player of the Week goes to men's basketball phenom Jordan Dingle, who put up 31 points in a crucial win over Yale.
The Red and Blue's recent Ivy League success is a ways away from the team's putrid loss to Columbia, and the way that they've changed is by prioritizing offensive values that have been crucial in the past.
The college basketball season is at its midway point and teams are in the thick of conference play, with contenders starting to find their form.
Yale was left to chase Penn for the lead throughout the game, but the Quakers held on to emerge with the win 76-68.
In a road matchup against Yale, the Quakers struggled to gain their footing throughout the game, never once grabbing the lead at any point.
Cancellations and postponements defined the winter break for college sports across the United States, and Penn was no exception.
Senior Sports Editor Matthew Frank argues that if students aren't allowed in the arena for Penn home games — which are normally free for students — they should be allowed to watch them without charge.
Despite an impressive first half performance from Penn, the Red and Blue were unable to steal the lead from the Tigers in the second half.
After picking up its third win in a row against Dartmouth this Saturday, Penn's loss against a strong Princeton team today temporarily stopped Penn's forward momentum in its tracks.
Penn had five double-digit scorers: Jordan Dingle, Max Martz (who was 3-for-3 from deep and led with 13 points), Clark Slajchert, George Smith, and Jelani Williams.
After the postponement of their last two Ivy League games, Penn women’s basketball welcomed back the return to basketball with a 55-31 win against Dartmouth.
Sophomore guard Michaela Stanfield, like many of her classmates, had an unconventional freshman experience.
With both teams coming off a back-to-back, Penn appeared to be the ones rattled by the challenge, falling short to Columbia.
After breaking its six-game losing streak in its first Ivy League matchup against Brown, Penn was looking to keep its conference record undefeated, and it did just that in a 79-65 win in the Palestra against Cornell.
Due to COVID-19 concerns in the Quakers' program, Penn women's basketball's two-game weekend slate was canceled.
Penn’s men’s basketball successfully snapped its six-game losing streak in its first Ivy League matchup against the Brown Bears, winning 77-73.
In its first Ivy League matchup of the season, Penn women's basketball overwhelmed Brown after finding a reliable rhythm of attack from the second quarter.
The Grizzlies, still the second youngest team in the NBA, are 23-14 and firmly in fourth place in the Western Conference. Despite this, the Grizzlies are still being overlooked as a legitimate contender to win the conference title.
In an unexpected inter-division matchup, Penn (5-7, 0-0) came out strong against Ursinus (2-7) for a much needed 89-29 win as the Quakers prepare for Ivy League play in the new year.
Winter sports competition will continue behind closed doors as Penn responds to rising COVID-19 cases in Philadelphia as well as across collegiate sports.