Penn’s Ivy League turnaround is thanks to two monster games by senior guard Devon Goodman, earning him DP Sports Player of the Week.
Penn men's basketball didn’t deliver a strong offensive performance, but got it done on the defensive end to beat Dartmouth by a score of 54-46.
The Quakers sweep their first Ivy League back-to-back to get them back on track in the conference.
Even after a close win over Big 5 rival Temple, the Quakers knew that they had to show up for conference play, and they did Friday night against Harvard.
Penn basketball resumed Ivy League play with a crazy 75-72 overtime win against Harvard at the Palestra.
In the past few years, Penn men’s basketball has come to possess one of the most explosive offenses in the Ivy League under coach Steve Donahue.
From 1990 to 2000, Donahue worked on head coach Fran Dunphy’s staff and proved himself to be an integral part of one of the most successful stretches in Penn basketball history.
With two matchups against New England squads on the way, here's how Ivy League basketball is stacking up.
A Philadelphia native, Bryant became a local legend during his time at Lower Merion High School.
The Quakers will take on Harvard on Friday and Dartmouth the following day, both at the Palestra.
Coming off a major win against Temple, a pair of players from Penn men’s basketball swept all three of this week's Ivy League and Big 5 awards.
Teams in the Ivy League have an extra challenging feature of conference play to deal with — the “Ivy Weekend".
The Ivy League announced Tuesday that a new 10-week schedule will be adopted for the forthcoming two seasons.
Despite mixed results for Penn men's and women's basketball against Temple, there were plenty of opportunities for the Quakers to make some highlights over both games.
It has been noted that Penn tends to win more games when it shoots three-pointers well, but there is another factor that is almost as important: defense.
AJ Brodeur showed against Temple that he continues to be the center of the Quakers’ offense, earning him DP Sports Player of the Week.
Some nights, we see a team that struggles to make shots, plays poorly against conference opponents, and — especially this season — doesn't effectively defend three-point shots.
In Penn men’s basketball's final non-conference game of the season, the Red and Blue defeated Temple, 66-59, in a defensive battle that went down to the wire.
Penn men's basketball will look to break out of its 2020 slump when it faces Temple at the Palestra this Saturday afternoon.
With conference play heating up, here's how the rest of the Ivy League men's basketball teams stack up.