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Men's Basketball

11/10/16 1:25am
Campaign season is just wrapped up, but another season is just getting started. Penn men’s basketball will travel to Robert Morris this Friday to kick off its 2016-17 campaign.
11/01/16 11:56pm
The winter sports season is right around the corner. In anticipation, our editors debated: Which team are you most excited to see play? Sports Editor Tom Nowlan: For me, the answer has got to be men’s hoops. A year ago, Steve Donahue’s first season as coach saw the Red and Blue overcome the loss of two star players: Tony Hicks sat out his final season of eligibility in order to use it at Louisville while Antonio Woods was ruled academically ineligible in January.
10/22/16 3:32pm
On Saturday, both Penn basketball programs offered a glimpse into their state of affairs with the annual Red and Blue Scrimmages at the Palestra.
10/19/16 10:48am
A year removed from a fifth-place, 5-9 conference finish, Penn basketball has been tapped to finish fourth in the 2016-17 preseason Ivy League media poll.
09/13/16 11:16pm
Tommy Rothman, Sports Editor, Daily Pennsylvanian: You recently committed to Penn.
08/22/16 9:40pm
Penn men’s basketball unveiled their 2016-17 schedule Monday, and, much like the team, it will look quite a bit different than in past years. The 27-game schedule features 13 games at the Palestra, including the standard seven versus Ivy opponents.
07/20/16 9:54pm
Men's basketball head coach Steve Donahue officially announced his six Class of 2020 recruits to the team recently to complete the roster for the 2016-17 season. Or so we thought. Donahue announced last week via a press release through Penn Athletics that one more addition has been made to the squad, in the form of a transfer student from Lassen Community College in northern California. 
07/20/16 9:54pm
Penn basketball hasn’t sent a player to the NBA since 2000. That player was none other than Ira Bowman, who still frequents the Palestra as assistant coach to the Quakers.
06/29/16 11:08pm
Though the Penn men’s basketball Class of 2020 has been more or less set for a while now, head coach Steve Donahue made things official when he unveiled the newest Quakers last week. “These young men possess the type of talent and character that good programs are built upon,” the second-year coach said in a statement.
04/27/16 12:30am
The Ivy League basketball tournament is finally here. ... So what exactly does that mean? Ever since the Ivy League was formed in 1955, it has always stood apart.
03/22/16 11:41pm
While the season may be over for Penn’s basketball teams, the awards keep coming in.
03/10/16 6:19am
The Ivy League Council of Presidents voted to approve a four-team post-season tournament for men’s and women’s basketball.
03/09/16 10:05am
Although the Red and Blue roared back from a 17-point second-half deficit, a pair of last-minute, game-winning opportunities fell short, and Princeton escaped with a 72-71 victory
03/05/16 10:11pm
BOSTON – It’s pretty hard to win a game of basketball if the ball never goes through the hoop.
03/02/16 11:58pm
Over spring break Penn men’s basketball will be seeing many ends.
03/02/16 12:10am
Setting career-bests in nearly every statistical category imaginable, the 6-foot-4 junior has seized a central role for Penn, leading a team already surpassed last season’s win total in both conference play and the regular season as a whole.
02/29/16 12:07am
Penn basketball learned who they are last weekend at the Palestra. More importantly, they learned what they must do to get to where they want to be.
02/27/16 10:26pm
It was senior night at the Palestra on Saturday night. Unfortunately for Penn basketball, there wasn’t much more to cheer about after the opening tip as the Quakers would go on to lose to Columbia, 93-65.
02/27/16 9:39pm
It was senior night at the Palestra on Saturday night. Unfortunately for Penn basketball there wasn’t much more to cheer about after the opening tip as the Quakers would go on to lose to Columbia, 93-65.
02/27/16 2:10am
Tremendous hands on defense catalyzed a game-opening 12-0 run for the Quakers, and Penn never looked back from there, leading for all 40 minutes en route to a 79-67 win and a season sweep of the Big Red.