1995 was yet another impressive year for the Penn's men basketball squad, clinching their third consecutive Ivy League title and securing a spot in the NCAA Tournament for the 13th time in history.
The Quakers-Tigers series has all the components of a good sports rivalry: close geographical proximity, distinct styles of play, and passion for the game on both sides.
While two seemingly unrelated businessmen may seem to only have sports ownership in common, they share another connection: They’re both Wharton graduates.
Determined not to be second-best again, Dunphy pulled out all the stops and led his Quakers to an undefeated season, finishing 14-0 in the Ivy League and 22-5 overall.
With a strong freshman class joining a team that had all its starters from the previous year returning, the Quakers entered the 1987 season as favorites to win the league.
Nobody knows when the Ivy League will play again, but we're prepared for anything and are ranking the basketball teams heading into the season.
Slajchert is taking classes from home, hasn’t been able to meet any of his teammates in person yet, and found out that his freshman season would be canceled while waiting to enter a Zoom call in his childhood bedroom.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn men's basketball's Eddie Scott 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the senior had to say.
Penn went 20-8 in 1980-81, including a dominant 13-1 Ivy League record. It even took a rematch with Princeton to decide who would win a bid to the NCAA Tournament.
For the first time in 55 years of games at the Palestra, the squad would start off the season with newly replaced floors since its construction.
Beck was born and raised in Philadelphia and chose to attend Penn over offers from other Big 5 schools Villanova and La Salle, along with Notre Dame.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Penn men's basketball’s Mark Jackson 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what the senior had to say.
As another Ivy League title launched Penn into the national spotlight, the Quakers set their sights on dominating all the way to the NCAA Tournament finals in San Diego.
Citing concerns regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ivy League has canceled the full winter sports season, league sources confirmed to CBS Sports Thursday evening and the conference announced shortly after.
Over the years, numerous talented men have been at the helm of the team that calls the Palestra home. We take a look at Red and Blue's greatest coaches of all time.
The year is 1980. Penn men’s basketball is in the midst of one of its most successful eras. Having won back-to-back titles, the lights were shining extremely bright on these Quakers.
The impact of coach Chuck Daly continues to be felt in the basketball community, as he left behind a legacy of impressive achievements and a model of powerful mentorship that current coaches aspire to emulate.
1978 was a turbulent year for Penn men’s basketball, but timely decisions and quick recoveries from tough losses brought an Ivy League title to the Red and Blue.
Coming into the 1973-74 Penn men’s basketball season, saying that expectations were high was an understatement.
After creating a Penn men’s basketball all-time starting five, with so many talented players coming through the program over the decades, it only makes sense to present a second lineup.