After 20 minutes of play, Penn men’s basketball trails Harvard, 36-34, in the first semifinal of the Ivy League Tournament.
After one half of play at the Palestra, Penn men’s basketball is tied with Brown, 27-27, in the de facto Ivy League tournament play-in game.
At the half, Penn men’s basketball leads Yale 46-30. With Brown beating Princeton earlier in the day, this contest has become an elimination game for the Quakers, who are a game out of fourth place.
Penn men's basketball finds itself locked in a tight battle with Dartmouth at the half. The Quakers lead the Big Green 27-24.
At halftime, Penn is leading Harvard, 26-22, in a game that — as the score might suggest — was bereft of any sort of offensive entertainment.
The Quakers jumped out to a quick 12 point lead, but saw it quickly melt away as Cornell’s standout senior guard Matt Morgan got going.
Against a one-win Columbia team, the Quakers hoped to be up by a much larger margin, but they find themselves leading at the break 35-30.
One day after narrowly topping Dartmouth 82-79 in overtime, Penn is deadlocked with Harvard, trailing 28-26 at halftime.
Playing in their first home game in 27 days, Penn men’s basketball trails Dartmouth 42-37 at the half in a back-and-forth contest.
Penn men’s basketball trails Yale, 34-29, after 20 minutes of play. For Penn, it has been guards Antonio Woods and Devon Goodman leading the way with 11 and eight points, respectively.
Penn men’s basketball leads Brown, 46-34, at the half, in what has been a fast-paced affair.
One day after falling to Cornell in a game that came down to the final minutes, Penn men’s basketball leads Columbia, 32-31, at halftime in the team’s search for its first Ivy League win of the season.
At halftime, Penn men’s basketball leads Cornell, 37-30, in the team’s search for its first Ivy League win of the season.
With an outright Big 5 title on the line, the Penn men's basketball lead St. Joseph’s 35-31 after 20 minutes of play.
Through one half of action at the Palestra, Penn men’s basketball leads Villanova 32-28. Penn raced out to an early 14-2 lead, making it clear that the group could play with the Wildcats.
After an exhilarating first half of play, Penn men’s basketball leads Miami, 50-36. The two teams combined to shoot nearly 60 percent from the field, as shoots were falling all half long.
Penn men’s basketball trails George Mason, 37-33, after one half of play in both team’s season openers. But the big story of the half was an injury to junior guard Ryan Betley, who went down awkwardly and painfully just five minutes into the game.
In today's college basketball landscape, there truly is no offseason. Coaches at all levels flock to AAU tournaments across the country throughout the summer to catch a glimpse of the premiere high school talent.
Now, a new set of freshmen are up to bat.
While the class only has five players, it is replacing an even smaller group of seniors that boasted only one major contributor in Matt Howard.