The point guard that averaged a mere 4.3 points per game as a freshman and 3.8 as a sophomore has absolutely exploded, improbably establishing himself as Penn’s leading scorer.
On Tuesday night, Penn men's basketball defeated the Delaware State Hornets, 76-48, in what was a road game for the Quakers.
Penn men’s basketball will be focused on improving on the little things when it travels to face Delaware State on Tuesday night.
On Saturday night, Nov. 24, Penn men’s basketball scored over 100 points against Stockton University while Abner’s threw up an air ball, disappointing stunned and angry game fans with a broken promise of free cheesesteaks.
After earning Ivy League and Big 5 Player of the Week awards last week, junior Devon Goodman continued his good form and led the Quakers in scoring in all three games the team played this week.
Before complaining about your upcoming holiday season travel, first consult Penn men’s basketball about what a truly terrible travel experience looks like.
Shortly after the conclusion of this year’s Paradise Jam, Penn men’s basketball announced that it will be one of eight teams taking part in the 2019 Wooden Legacy late next November and early December in Anaheim, Calif. Penn is guaranteed to play three games at the event, regardless of the results.
A troubled trip back home from the U.S. Virgin Islands and two straight loses to Power Five conference opponents didn’t deter the Quakers, as they trounced Stockton 112-63 at home on Saturday.
However, both were honored with individual accolades of their in the second week of the season, with Wang winning Ivy League Rookie of the Week and Goodman taking home both Ivy League Player of the Week and Big Five Player of the Week for their play in the 2018 Paradise Jam Tournament.
Behind a slow start to the second half, Penn men’s basketball fell to Oregon State in the third-place game of the Paradise Jam, 74-58. The Quakers (4-2) finished the tournament with a 1-2 record.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, men's and women's basketball teams had rebounding totals at opposite ends of the spectrum, football beat the spread, and wrestling's freshmen continue to step up.
Penn men’s basketball fell to No. 12 Kansas State, 64-48, in the semifinals of the Paradise Jam basketball tournament in the U.S. Virgin Islands.
After making the trip down to the Virgin Islands, the team won’t be leaving just yet. Which is fortunate for the Quakers, given all they went through to get there.
We are so lucky that these treasures all belong to Penn. The Palestra court, Franklin Field turf, and Penn Relays name should never be shared with any corporate entity. Otherwise, we’ll be like everyone else.
This weekend, Penn men’s basketball will travel way down south to the US Virgin Islands to play in the Paradise Jam, an eight-team tournament featuring Northern Iowa, Eastern Kentucky, Kennesaw State, Missouri, Old Dominion, Oregon State and No. 12 Kansas State.
After a turnover-filled, back-and-forth start to the game, the Quakers pulled ahead and never looked back. The Quakers responded out of a TV timeout with two scrappy offensive rebounds, keeping the play alive just long enough for senior Antonio Woods to make a deep three.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, both Penn and women's basketball saw key contributions from bench players, football struggled to hold onto the ball, and men's soccer finished its season the way it knows best.
On Monday, Penn men’s basketball junior forward AJ Brodeur was named Ivy Player of the Week after his dominant performances in the Quakers’ wins this week over George Mason and Rice. Against the Patriots, Brodeur scored 19 points to go along with 10 rebounds and three assists, and against the Owls, he posted 23 points, 6 rebounds, and five assists.
Brodeur was the Red and Blue's shining star this past week, scoring 42 points and picking up 16 rebounds in the team’s two season-opening wins.
There is no doubt that the loss of Betley hurts but that isn’t important because as a unit, a multitude of guards can step up and fill the void left by the sharpshooter.