Pop the champagne. Start the parade. Raise the banner. The Quakers are Cathedral Classic champions.
After an up-and-down week for Penn basketball, we take a look at the most shining moments the Quakers had.
The Quakers are the de facto Cathedral Classic Champions with dominant victories over Hartford, Colgate, and Delaware.
After a 92-58 beatdown at West Virginia, the Quakers bounced back in a matchup at Lafayette.
If you've ever been to a big Penn sporting event, you've probably noticed the Penn Band in all its deafening glory.
Playing against West Virginia for the first time since 1981, Penn suffered the same result, but with a much larger margin 41 years later.
It took four tries, but at long last, Penn men’s basketball lists itself in the winners' column.
On Sunday afternoon, the Quakers fell to Towson, 80-74, and while the final score may seem close, the game was much more lopsided than it appears.
Despite shooting 50% from three-point range, Penn's self-inflicted mistakes held them back against a high-scoring Missouri team.
A 28-point loss doesn’t sound like an appealing start to the season, but hearing the two coaches talk postgame demonstrated exactly why the final score appeared the way it did.
In Penn's first game of the season, the Quakers were outmatched against an Iona squad that went undefeated at home last season.
Of the 16 players on the Quaker roster heading into the 2022-23 season, eight of them are from the Mid-Atlantic and New England, with three hailing from the Philadelphia metro area.
Spinoso came off the bench during the Ivy Tournament and had his best performance of the season: 14 points, five rebounds, and two assists.
Penn students would rather do just about anything else than watch a live college basketball game in person, right on campus. It’s a sad truth. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Penn men’s basketball will play 29 games this regular season, and though each game bears weight, five stand out above the rest as moments to define the 2022-23 campaign.
Coming off a heartbreaking end to last season, Penn superstar guard Jordan Dingle seeks redemption and postseason success for Penn.
Joining a Penn sports team after the acceptance letter is a process varying by sport, with some paths drawing a clearer process than others.
Ranked first in the Ivy League preseason poll, Penn is closely trailed by rivals vying for every chance to snatch the top seat.
With only each other to rely on in their class, but so much to prove, the two freshmen face a unique first season in collegiate level basketball.
One challenge of this season will be an increased number of games for Penn men's basketball, so consistency will be key to the team currently ranked first in the Ivy League preseason poll.