While at Penn, Duncombe played three seasons for the Quakers, from the 1987-88 season to the 1989-90 season.
Despite the Quakers' victorious 66-59 the last time these two teams met, this time they would leave North Philly winless in Big Five play. Penn (3-8) fell to Temple (5-3), 81-72.
Although the team lost by 15 to a talented Villanova squad, deputy sports editor Matthew Frank argues that the loss isn’t cause for too much concern, even if there are several things that need to be improved.
With the winter sports season in full swing, we take a look at which Red and Blue teams will be in action in this weekend.
With Penn basketball back in action after a year of inactivity, we preview the Big 5 and Penn basketball's chances to take home another Big 5 title. Four out of the five teams begin Big 5 play on Wednesday, Dec. 1.
Despite a stand-out performance from Jordan Dingle, Penn couldn't manage to pull out the victory against No. 6 Villanova.
Now, the team is back in the City of Brotherly Love for the foreseeable future, and it’s gearing up for the next chunk of its season: Big 5 play. On Wednesday night, Donahue’s squad will host the Jay Wright’s Villanova Wildcats, who will enter the contest ranked No. 6 in the AP Poll.
In a contest without the Red and Blue's leading scorer — sophomore guard Jordan Dingle — Penn dropped its ninth game of the year to No. 13 Arkansas, 76-60.
The loss drops the Quakers to 3-5 on the season. Penn will look to get back in the win column this Sunday at nationally ranked Arkansas.
The Quakers dropped their first two games of the tournament against Utah State, 87-79, and Davidson, 72-60, before picking up a 71-63 win against Old Dominion.
With just 70 combined collegiate starts on the roster, coach Steve Donahue couldn't have expected things to be easy. It's important then for Penn men's basketball to use its non-conference slate to shake off the rust and develop team chemistry.
In its first four non-conference bouts, Penn men’s basketball has shown very promising signs. The team, though young, has faced adversity on and off the court, dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic, racism, and of course, its opponents.
Winter sports are in full swing this weekend, as the last remaining fall sports see their conclusions.
The Quakers’ first home game at the Palestra in nearly two years was impressive across the board.
Sophomore guard Jordan Dingle scored 24 points to lead the Quakers to their first win in 614 days.
On Friday night, Penn wasn't able to notch its first win of the season, falling to George Mason, 87-66.
It seems that Penn men’s basketball may have left a piece of itself in Tallahassee, Fla. this Wednesday.
On Wednesday night, Penn men’s basketball opened their season with a 105-70 loss against No. 20 Florida State.
As fall sports come to a close and winter sports are just kicking off, Penn fans are in for an action-packed weekend. Here is an overview of this weekend's upcoming events.
This Saturday, both Penn men’s and women’s basketball took the court at the Palestra for the annual Red & Blue scrimmages.