Ivy League play continues for both Penn men's and women's basketball as the Quakers take on Brown. The men are looking to win back-to-back Ivy games for the first time this season, while the women are hoping to stay undefeated in league play.
The defending Ivy League champion Quakers have gotten off to a rocky start in conference play, but with wins this weekend they could build up some significant momentum going into a four-game home stand.
Penn basketball had a busy weekend in New York against Cornell and Columbia, with the women’s team winning both games and the men splitting their pair of matchups.
Brodeur led the Quakers in scoring in two strong performances against Cornell and Columbia over the weekend.
One day after falling to Cornell in a game that came down to the final minutes, Penn men’s basketball defeated Columbia, 72-70, for the team’s first Ivy League win of the season.
The women start first at 5:30 p.m., looking to stay undefeated at the top of the League, while the men will follow at 8 looking for their first win of the Ivy season.
Six days after clinching the outright Big 5 title, Penn men’s basketball lost to Cornell, 80-71, for the team’s third consecutive loss in Ivy League play.
Penn's first Ivy weekend of the year opens with a doubleheader at Cornell. The men start first at 5 p.m. and the women will follow at 7:30.
The focus for too many fans will be the race for fourth place rather than the quest for first.
The Quakers are preparing to resume their Ivy League title defense with a weekend slate against Cornell and Columbia fresh off claiming the outright Big 5 championship.
Freshman guard Bryce Washington was named Ivy League Rookie of the Week and Big 5 Player of the Week for his performance in Penn men's basketball's 78-70 win over Saint Joseph’s.
Goodman and Grasela both starred at Germantown Academy, a prep school in Fort Washington, Pa., less than an hour away from Penn.
With 23 points, Washington led the Red and Blue in scoring against St. Joseph’s while displaying some impressive marksmanship.
Penn men's basketball beat St. Joseph’s 78-70 in a rare away game in the packed Palestra.
Last week, Penn men's basketball snapped a four-game losing streak by beating Temple, 77-70, and clinch a share of the Quaker's first Big 5 title in 17 years.
Former Penn men’s basketball point guard Darnell Foreman has signed with Uni Baskets Paderborn of the ProA League in Germany. And he's dominating so far.
With 14 points in the first half last weekend against Temple, junior forward Kuba Mijakowski sparked the Penn offense to a huge win and a share of the Big 5 title.
Following a 77-70 victory over Temple last weekend, Penn men’s basketball will take on St. Joseph’s at the Palestra on Saturday.
Penn men’s basketball has notched yet another unlikely 'first': Big 5 champions, for the first time in seventeen years.
After dropping their first two Ivy League games against Princeton, Penn men’s basketball responded with a hard-fought win over Temple to clinch at least a share of the Big 5 title.