A seasoned contributor at Penn, Woods had always dreamed of playing basketball at the professional level. Although he did stay at Penn after his NCAA eligibility, Woods constantly kept his eyes to the next level.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked men's basketball sophomore Max Lorca-Lloyd 15 questions about his time with the team, his experience at Penn, and his life overall. Here's what he had to say.
Desperate to not let the COVID-19 outbreak keep them from their passions, Penn athletes are returning to practice.
Donahue joined the Quakers in 2015, after coaching stints at both Cornell and Boston College. Since taking over, Donahue has become known primarily for his unique offensive approach: the 95 and 5 rule.
For Case, a 6-foot-5 freshman guard from Toronto, basketball achievements have defined both the course of his career and his worldview.
Penn men's basketball freshman Colin Chambers is not the first in his family to play for the Quakers. Both his father and uncle starred for different Penn teams years ago and he will look to follow in their footsteps.
Serving as the Attorney General for the District of Columbia since 2015, the former Penn men’s basketball standout was a valuable member of Penn’s Ivy League-winning teams during his freshman and senior seasons.
Penn's men's basketball has been on pause since last March with the cancellation of Ivy League sports into the winter of 2021 and is the only Big 5 program currently not playing basketball. We take a look at how Penn's peers are doing this season.
In our second article in this series on Penn players being drafted to play in professional sports leagues, we are analyzing Quakers who have been drafted into the NBA and how their careers stack up to that of the average pro basketball player.
Rimmer is among the Math Department's most beloved professors, but one of his largest claims to fame has nothing to do with differential equations or taking derivatives. Outside the classroom, Rimmer is one of Penn men's basketball's biggest fans and supporters.
Philip Esformes, who orchestrated a $1 billion Medicare scheme, used proceeds to pay former Penn men's basketball coach Jerome Allen a $300,000 bribe to ensure his son's admission to Wharton.
March 10, 2020 was a fateful day for Ivy League athletes, and, as we would later find out, an omen of things to come not only for the sports world, but the planet as a whole.
After losing stars Jerome Allen and Matt Maloney to the NBA, however, there were big questions about how the Red and Blue would hold up in 1995-96.
Coming off a tough losing streak against the Princeton Tigers and no Ivy League titles in the previous three years, the Quakers knew that something had to change.
Penn men’s basketball is a program built on community and collective effort, and for freshman forward Andrew Laczkowski, playing team basketball is second nature.
The 1994 team was led by senior forward Barry Pierce and junior guards Jerome Allen and Matt Maloney, who all averaged nearly 15 points a game.
Before assuming the head coaching position for the Quakers in 1977, Weinhauer served as Chuck Daly’s assistant for four seasons. He then coached the Red and Blue from 1977 to 1982.
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.