Senior forward AJ Brodeur — who averaged 17.9 points per game against the Crimson coming into the night — was held to just 12 points.
Penn men's and women's basketball faces Harvard on Saturday night, with the women at home and the men playing in Cambridge, Mass.
Penn women’s basketball started a busy weekend with a resounding 67-31 win at home over Dartmouth.
Penn struggled all night on the offensive end, as the Quakers racked up 15 turnovers and 38 missed shots.
Despite a slow start to the calendar year for Penn women's basketball, it appears the Quakers are rounding into form, with five straight Ivy League victories.
The final stretch begins now for Penn men’s basketball, as the Quakers prepare to journey north and take on Harvard and Dartmouth in the longest road trip of the year.
From the first time Antonio Woods stepped onto the court for Penn, he made his presence felt.
I was there the day The Line died. To be more accurate, I was The Line the day The Line died.
It's shaping up to be a five-team race for the four Ivy Madness spots. Here's where all eight schools stand with six games left.
It was another exciting weekend for Penn basketball, as the women came from behind against Yale to finish off their weekend sweep and the men dropped a crucial game against Brown before bounding back against the first-place Bulldogs.
With just six regular season games remaining, Brodeur would need to average 17.2 points per game to become the program’s all-time leading scorer.
Senior forward AJ Brodeur has been a consistent presence on the court from the moment he stepped into the Palestra almost four years ago.
Penn women’s basketball earned its fifth consecutive Ivy League win tonight against Yale, 53-51, in what turned out to be the Quakers' closest game of the season.
Penn women’s basketball eked out a win at Yale by a score of 53-51 on Saturday. Here are the two of the biggest takeaways from a thrilling game against one of the League's best teams.
AJ Brodeur poured in 19 points, and Eddie Scott chipped in 18 points in Penn's win.
Penn men's basketball dropped to 4-3 in Ivy League play on Friday night after a 75-63 home loss to Brown. The Quakers have another tough task ahead on Saturday against first-place Yale.
Dominant from start to finish, Penn women's basketball came out on top, 85-73, for their fourth consecutive Ivy League victory.
Penn men’s basketball looked to be well on its way to a sixth straight win late in the first half on Saturday before Brown took control en route to a 75-63 win.
On Friday night, Penn men’s basketball was unable to extend its five-game win streak, as the team fell to Brown by a score of 75-63 at the Palestra.
Penn men's and women's basketball take on Brown on Friday night with hopes of extending their Ivy League winning streaks.