For whatever reason, Penn has simply not been able to beat Princeton for four seasons now.
There were many times when the Quakers looked capable of an Ivy League title, but their inability to maintain that level of play was ultimately their undoing.
The Quakers' season — and the careers of the team's seniors — are now likely over.
Penn went down big in the first quarter, and couldn't fight back over the rest of the game.
The junior guard was also a unanimous first-team All-Ivy selection for the second straight year.
Both Penn teams will face off against Princeton, whom they struggled against in the regular season.
The Quakers led by as many as 19 points late in the first half.
In the final game before Ivy Madness, Penn was outscored by 20 points in the third quarter.
Penn has been excellent over the course of its eight-game win streak, but will it be enough to win an Ivy League title?
The Quakers will honor five players on Senior Night against Princeton this Friday.
Former Sports Editor Brandon Pride names his top 10 greatest athletes in Penn history, including a Super Bowl Champion, Olympic gold medalist, and several All-Americans.
The King first played at the Palestra with St. Vincent-St. Mary's High School in 2002.
Monroe has made his mark known on and off the court in his four years with the Quakers.
With one game left to play before Ivy Madness, Penn is playing some of its best basketball in years.
Having already clinched a berth in Ivy Madness, Penn stands at third in the Ivy League with one game left in the regular season.
Jordan Dingle's 27 points keep Penn tied for first in the Ivy League with one game left in the regular season.
Jenkins has come a long way from his days as an assistant in the NBA Developmental League.
Rubincam served as Penn’s athletic director from 1985-1994.
Penn will have the chance to avenge last season's Ivy Madness defeat at the hands of Yale.
To compete for an Ivy League title, Penn will need a reliable backup to their typical game plan.