On Friday, Penn men’s basketball was able to repeat its result against Cornell from earlier in the season, winning by a score of 78-64. Here are three of the biggest takeaways.
After a 78-64 win for Penn men's basketball over Cornell on Friday night, the Quakers' Ivy Tournament fate will not be determined until Saturday.
The women tip off against the Big Red at 6 p.m. on Friday while the men get going at 7 p.m. Keep it here for live updates from tonight's action.
With just one weekend of regular season Ivy play left, the Ivy Tournament bracket is more or less solidified.
In their last Ivy Weekend of the season, the Quakers will play Cornell and Columbia at home, hoping to pull off two wins with Ivy Madness on the horizon.
Looking back at four key games — one from each year — reveals how this crop of seniors developed into the stars they are today.
Senior AJ Brodeur and freshman Max Martz are proving to be vital at the end of Penn men’s basketball’s turbulent season.
Penn men's and women's basketball created plenty of buzz this weekend with a number of exciting plays.
March Madness is quickly approaching, and the members of the Ancient Eight must first survive Ivy Madness if they want to make it to the Big Dance.
That’s my biggest takeaway: Penn rescued hope from the jaws of defeat with their normal basketball. But the fact that hope needed rescuing is more noteworthy than the successful rescue itself.
The Quakers defeated Brown on Saturday by a score of 73-68 in a game that was closely contested from start to finish.
Penn men's and women's basketball take on Brown on Saturday in the second game of the Ivy Weekend.
Some stats from that last minute and thirty-nine seconds: Zero points scored. Thirteen points allowed. Seven turnovers. Two reviews at the monitor. One astounding loss.
At a raucous John J. Lee Amphitheater, the Quakers lost to the Bulldogs, 76-73, after a wild 13-0 Yale run in the last two minutes.
The women will take a big step towards Ivy Madness with a win over the Bulldogs, while the men will look for another upset over the League-leading Elis.
Here's how the Quakers could jump into the top four of the standings, which would qualify them for the Ivy League Tournament.
If the season ended today, the Quakers would miss the Ivy Tournament for the first time in team history. Here's how Penn stacks up against Ivy competition this week.
The Quakers (13-10, 5-5 Ivy) are heading up north this weekend to face Yale and Brown for their final regular season road trip.
After a negotiated resolution process was carried out by the NCAA, both Penn Athletics and the men's basketball program were given several significant penalties.
For all of the 33 varsity teams at Penn, there are only two people in the Penn Athletics marketing office to attract fans to attend sporting events. Meet Denise Fitzpatrick and Emily Jakimowicz.