Time for an encore.
In its first Big 5 game of the season against La Salle, Penn basketball snapped out of a funk to capture its biggest win in several years.
Philadelphia is known for a lot of things.
When it comes to men's basketball, the Ivy League is unique, but it looks like that's about to change.
And it's about time.
On the road against George Mason, the Quakers fell behind early and couldn't make up the lost ground, culminating in a 63-44 loss.
An uneventful evening at the Palestra suddenly erupted with excitement after nearly 38 minutes of one-sided basketball when sophomore guard Antonio Woods connected with junior forward Matt Howard on an emphatic alley-oop.
Penn will welcome Navy to the Palestra, looking to repeat last week’s performance and keep its home record unblemished.
With finals fast approaching, many Penn students are already hoping that some late-semester academic fireworks to salvage their GPA's. But we Quakers aren't the only ones on campus with something to prove.
Surveying the court, guard Antonio Woods saw nothing impeding the senior center's path to the basket. Woods hit Nelson-Henry with the pass. Slammed home. And the foul.
Here’s all of the record-breaking and interesting facts from Wednesday's win over La Salle.
For most of Penn’s student body, Thanksgiving break provides an opportunity for rest, relaxation and reconciliation. For the Quakers’ basketball program, however, the week is all about revenge.
The Red and Blue (3-1) got off to a rough start on both ends of the floor and struggled to get back on track for the rest of the contest. They quickly found themselves down 16-0 before Mike Auger finally stopped the bleeding before the first media timeout.
In the midst of a fantastic start to their season, Penn men's basketball will travel to Seattle this weekend for a matchup with the University of Washington.
At this rate, Steve Donahue may never lose a game as Penn basketball's coach.
Saturday is when Penn Athletics could see one of its teams bring home the program's first Ivy title of 2015-16. But a couple performances over this past weekend garnered plenty of awards for athletes sporting the Red and Blue.
With just over 12 seconds left in Friday season opener, Penn men’s basketball had a one point lead as Robert Morris called a timeout to draw up one final play.
As everyone in the Palestra held their breath, all the questions surrounding the team came back to mind.
Guard Antonio Woods was going to be relied upon heavily by Penn basketball in his upcoming sophomore campaign.
Coach Steve Donahue is not the only new fixture at the Palestra these days for Penn men’s basketball.
Since the dawn of the official 2015-16 season, the Quakers have welcomed another newcomer into their practices, this one a little more technologically advanced than the new head coach.
It’s no secret: there are some fresh faces at the Palestra.
Tony Hicks was objectively the most talented player on Penn basketball’s roster.
In addition to the branding overhaul of the University, Grace Calhoun is quietly upgrading – no, revolutionizing – what it means to practice for Penn Athletics.