The final weekend of Ivy League regular season basketball is here, and with it brings a lot of excitement and drama.
With the last weekend of Ivy League play approaching, Penn men’s basketball still has it all to play for.
On Saturday night, Penn men's and women's basketball both scored much-needed wins over Dartmouth. Here's what to take away from the games.
The Quakers pulled away thanks to runs of 14 and 13 straight points to defeat the Big Green, 65-51.
After a loss to Harvard on Friday, the men are in must-win mode, while the women are looking to remain in first in the Ivy League with a win over the Big Green.
But with the door open for the Red and Blue to get into a three-way tie for fourth in the Ivy League with the Bears and Big Red, they couldn’t make it through.
Penn men’s basketball came up short once again, losing by a score of 59-53 at Harvard in a game that was bereft of much offensive entertainment.
Penn men's and women's basketball each lost to Harvard in overtime matchups earlier this season. The men are in must-win mode, while the women are looking to remain in first in the Ivy League.
Sometimes uncontrollable factors get in the way of an athletic career. For Penn men’s basketball sophomore Jelani Williams, this concern is all too real.
This weekend, Penn men’s basketball will go on the road to face Harvard and Dartmouth on Friday and Saturday night, respectively.
The Ivy League announced Wednesday morning that the League’s basketball tournament would rotate to every school in the conference through 2025. This is, simply, a complete travesty.
On Tuesday, the Ivy League announced that Ivy Madness will move throughout the conference through at least 2025.
There still remains a plethora of possible Ivy League tournament scenarios with just four games left to play for each team.
Moments of brilliance, like the win over Villanova in December, are nice, but poise that lasts for an entire season? That’s magical.
The Quakers got the job done on Saturday in a strong 68-50 win over Cornell, which sat two slots above them in the conference standings entering the game.
Penn men's and women's basketball will look to pick up Ivy wins over Cornell on Saturday, as the women tip off at 4:30 while the men take the court at 7:00.
It doesn’t make much sense that a group that beat Villanova, Temple, and Miami (Fla.) this season has a 3-6 Ivy League record. But that’s what can happen when a team struggles to close games out in the final minutes.
The Quakers’ disappointing conference play continued in a 79-77 loss to Columbia at the Palestra.
Last Saturday, both the men and women of Penn basketball suffered losses to Harvard, the first conference loss for the women all season, and a disappointing defeat for the men that dropped them to 3-5 among the Ancient Eight.
On Thursday, Penn Athletics announced that the remaining four home men’s basketball games will be broadcast live in Mandarin.