The third-place consolation game tips off at 4:45 p.m. on Saturday.
The DMV native led the Quakers with 22 points in their win against Villanova.
The Quakers defeated Lafayette and Monmouth, but fell in overtime to Belmont.
Former sports editor Matthew Frank argues that becoming a sports school looks all the more plausible after Penn's huge upset over Villanova.
Sam Brown’s overtime heroics and Clark Slajchert’s sharpshooting were unable to make up for Penn’s 21 turnovers.
The Quakers' victory is far from unprecedented for the surging conference.
After a year with the program, the sophomore departed the football team to join walk on to men's basketball.
The Quakers' revamped and energized offense shows hope for the future.
Freshman guard Tyler Perkins led the Quakers in points, and posed for photos as fans stormed the court postgame.
A strong scoring performance from Clark Slajchert wasn’t enough for the Quakers.
The Quakers are set to take on reigning Ivy champs, nationally ranked opponents, and century-old rivals.
Division III John Jay was no match for the barrage of new Quaker contributors.
Coach Steve Donahue addressed the departure of guard Jordan Dingle, and expectations for the coming campaign.
The Quaker coach spoke about the starting five, new faces, team chemistry, and everything in between.
The sophomore forward joined the team after transferring from CSUN.
Being the son of an NBA coach places a huge burden on the freshman's shoulders, but Brown is used to the pressure.
Sophomore Walter represented Germany, while freshman Polonowski played for Denmark.
A road trip down south and a showdown at the Wells Fargo Center are among the matches in store for the Quakers.
After Princeton’s historic run in last year’s NCAA tournament, Penn is among the teams looking to return to the big dance.
Freshman Mataya Gayle scored 17 points for the women, and sophomore Cam Thrower is poised for a leap.