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Men's Basketball

02/03/16 1:22am
Better late than never. For Penn Athletics, the timeless idiom has never been more true, as several transfer students have found their respective ways to 33rd Street and quickly made an impact on the Quakers’ athletic program.
02/02/16 12:23am
Penn basketball was handed 23- and 6-point losses by Yale and Brown this weekend. And I was still excited by what I saw.
01/31/16 4:49am
Behind 26 points, eight rebounds and five blocks from the 6-foot-9 superstar, the Bears held off a feisty Penn squad in a battle of the final two winless Ancient Eight squads, taking an early lead and holding on for a wild 89-83 win.
01/30/16 12:03am
All season long, Penn basketball's first-year coach Steve Donahue’s mantra has been simple: “We’re trying to build this into a championship program.” On Friday night, he may have gotten a first-hand view of what one looks like.
01/28/16 12:24am
On non-conference schedule: I thought we had some solid performances. We had some games where we would have liked to have played better and closed it out with some leads and some games.
01/27/16 1:59am
If the Penn football team beats Cornell at Franklin Field to win the Ivy League title and Brian Seltzer is not in the booth to provide commentary, did it really happen? Ever since 2008, the 2007 college graduate has been the voice of Penn football.
01/26/16 1:42am
Despite reports in December that the Ivy League was on the verge of announcing a postseason tournament to crown a conference champion, the actual pace of action seems to be a good deal slower.
01/26/16 1:42am
For me, it’s a no-brainer. The Ivy League needs a conference tournament for basketball. When you look at Ivy Athletics as a whole, there’s something left to be desired for those students who are fans of NCAA athletics as a whole.
01/21/16 2:29am
On Wednesday night, Penn men’s basketball was beaten by a much better team. The Red and Blue were routed by Saint Joseph’s, a well-oiled juggernaut of a squad that sits as the nation’s 30th-best team by RPI.
01/21/16 1:57am
And it was a beautiful night at the Palestra on Tuesday for the Quakers. That is, until their game got fully underway.
01/20/16 1:32am
Behind the efforts of former Penn Athletic Director and current Big 5 executive director Steve Bilsky, a “Big 5 Classic” doubleheader will return to 33rd Street tonight in a celebratory event to honor the 60th anniversary of the group’s inception.
01/13/16 1:33am
2016 has already been a noteworthy year for two Penn basketball players no longer with the team.
01/13/16 1:31am
From the warmup, you could tell that something was special about this Penn basketball game. The Palestra crowd, often all too sparse in recent years, was today sizeable, raucous and often on their feet.
01/09/16 9:02pm
Freshmen play clutch minutes in near-victory
01/09/16 12:56pm
Penn basketball guard Antonio Woods has been declared ineligible for the remainder of the season.
01/06/16 3:39pm
On Tuesday, The Daily Pennsylvanian confirmed that Hicks had elected to play his final season at Louisville in 2016-17. We spoke to Hicks by phone Wednesday afternoon.
01/05/16 9:56pm
Tony Hicks, the former Penn basketball star who was slated to serve as a team captain in his final season with the Quakers before leaving the program in October, will transfer to Louisville.
01/02/16 5:16pm
The 80-45 win was the largest margin of victory for the Red and Blue since the 2005-06 season, when the then-Fran Dunphy-led Quakers demolished Cornell by 40
12/28/15 9:03pm
Against No. 17 Villanova, Penn was overwhelmed in the first half of a 77-57 loss and never fully recovered.
12/22/15 10:56pm
In the world of Philadelphia basketball, 33rd Street has belonged to Drexel since 2006. Following Tuesday evening, by the slimmest of margins, the road will remain Dragon territory.