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11/25/14 8:02pm
Through the first half, Penn and Temple played a close and physical game, as the Owls take a 44-37 lead into the break.
11/24/14 11:58pm
Four games into the 2014-15 season, it is time for Penn basketball to hit the road.
11/24/14 1:29am
Against a more experienced and talented Lafayette squad that was hot from the start, Penn made an impressive comeback effort that put its full potential on display despite ultimately falling short, 83-77.
11/23/14 10:38am
After dismantling La Salle during their home opener on Wednesday, the Red and Blue defeated Navy, 60-51, in Annapolis on Saturday, another impressive victory for the defending Ivy League champs.
11/22/14 8:59pm
Despite a furious second-half rally, the Quakers fell to 0-3 on the year, losing to Lafayette, 83-77, to finish a three-game season-opening homestand.
11/20/14 6:07pm
However, there will be at least one man in the Palestra on Saturday who has been a part of an incredible amount of Quakers success: Lafayette head coach Fran O’Hanlon.
11/20/14 5:50pm
Penn basketball will look for its first win on Saturday, so we decided to look at three keys to victory for the Red and Blue against Lafayette.
11/13/14 9:46pm
We are going over/under with Penn basketball as the Quakers take on Delaware State. Enjoy.
11/11/14 11:50pm
No. 25 Harvard Crimson Last Season: 27-5, 13-1 Ivy Coach: Tommy Amaker, 8th season, 139-70, 67-31 Ivy Ivy League Media Poll predicted finish: 1st Last Ivy League Title: 2013-2014 Will win if: They can stay healthy and play up to expectations (or anywhere close). Wesley Saunders and Siyani Chambers give the Crimson one of the nation's best backcourts. Will lose if: The team’s lack of backcourt depth comes back to haunt it while the team’s frontcourt depth turns out to be more quantity than quality. Last year vs.
11/11/14 11:11pm
This year, outside expectations are virtually nil for the Quakers. And they like it that way.
11/11/14 5:57pm
Understandably, the team wants to stress the process and not the results this year. That makes perfect sense with a young roster that was projected to finish seventh in the Ancient Eight in the Ivy preseason poll. But there will need to be results this year alongside the all-important process.
11/11/14 5:41pm
Starting in May of this year, there was a new presence around Penn basketball as Quakers alum Nat Graham joined Jerome Allen’s staff as a new assistant coach. And with Graham came a new buzz word: Tremendous.
11/11/14 5:36pm
With several important upperclassmen from last year parting ways with the program, the Red and Blue will count on the underclassmen to produce, and Howard will be looked upon to lead the way.
11/11/14 5:30pm
Mike Lintulahti isn’t one for the spotlight. For him, basketball has always been about the players first and foremost.  And now,  taking over as one of the assistant coaches for Penn men’s basketball, Lintulahti has the chance to shape the players in this program in ways that he never could before.
11/11/14 5:13pm
Having lost several key players – either due to graduation or other reason – from last year, the Red and Blue will look to a talented freshman class to help get the program back on track and moving in the right direction.
11/05/14 10:54am
We just put out our Women's Hoops Issue to get you ready for the upcoming season. Make sure to pick up your copy on newsstands now!
11/07/13 6:53pm
Despite dropping last year’s matchup with Temple, the Quakers are looking forward to turning their fortunes around, and improving this season.
02/25/13 11:59pm
In case you’re not one of Adam Aron’s more than 28,000 Twitter followers, the Philadlephia 76ers CEO and co-owner is not one to shy away from a challenge.
02/17/13 10:09pm
During his freshman year, College senior En Hao began custom painting shoes for individual clients in his business called “EnHaoKicks.”
05/23/12 11:02pm

Tony | Forget the pointless postseason tourneys

The CBI is a fringe sporting event only good for keeping athletes from becoming full-time students and leaving schools in the red for hosting tourney contests.