Ahead of Saturday's huge matchup against the Crimson at the Palestra, the DP's sports team makes its predictions.
Sports Editor Caleb Crain argues that despite a losing conference record so far, Penn men's basketball's season is not over yet.
The Quakers defeated the Hawks 75-55 earlier this season on Nov. 25.
Cam Gunter, a former Penn men’s basketball player, died on Friday, the team announced on Twitter. No cause of death has been disclosed at this time.
While the women’s team dominated the Bulldogs at the Palestra in a 22-point rout, the men’s team faltered on the road, dropping its third straight game in a seven-point defeat.
Penn couldn't keep up with Yale in the second half, but showed promising flashes on offense.
Following Monday's game against Princeton, Dingle ranks below only Detroit Mercy's Antoine Davis and UAB's Jordan Walker.
The Quakers were unable to match a strong second-half performance put up by the Tigers.
Cornell pulled away from Penn late on Friday, while the Quakers dominated the second half against Columbia.
The game marked a key milestone for Penn, and the Quakers rebounded from a subpar first half.
The dominating victory shows promise for the Quaker team as the start of Ivy League play looms just around the corner.
The wait is finally over. After defeating Temple on Saturday afternoon, the Quakers have won their first Big 5 game in almost three years.
Men's basketball showed encouraging signs against Villanova, despite the final score being a double-digit loss.
With the loss, Penn has dropped 18 of its last 19 against the Wildcats and falls to a precarious 0-3 in the Big 5.
At Villanova, Penn will aim to bounce back from its first two Big 5 matches, a pair of overtime losses against St. Joseph’s and La Salle.
Four Daily Pennsylvanian sports staffers make their picks for who will come away with the win in Wednesday night's contest.
In a week of balance, let’s take a look at the most electric plays from the week that was.
In just one year, sophomore Eddie Holland III has proved he can adapt to the fast-paced collegiate game, as he now collects substantial minutes for Penn men's basketball.
In a game that was fiercely contested from opening tip to closing whistle, the Quakers fell in overtime to La Salle, 84-81.
Despite 28 points from Jordan Dingle and a startling 16 rebounds from Lucas Monroe, Penn fell 85-80 to St. Joe's in overtime.