The Quakers defeated the Hawks 75-55 earlier this season on Nov. 25.
Cam Gunter, a former Penn men’s basketball player, died on Friday, the team announced on Twitter. No cause of death has been disclosed at this time.
While the women’s team dominated the Bulldogs at the Palestra in a 22-point rout, the men’s team faltered on the road, dropping its third straight game in a seven-point defeat.
Wrestling notched a big win against Columbia on Sunday, while men's and women's squash lost at Harvard.
Penn couldn't keep up with Yale in the second half, but showed promising flashes on offense.
The Quakers bounced back from Monday's loss at Princeton to remain atop the Ivy League.
The five will join other Ivy League players to compete against All-Stars from Japan's National Football League.
Deputy Sports Editor Walker Carnathan reflects on the Quakers' performance after a disappointing loss to Princeton on Jan. 16.
George Washington Woodruff still stands as one of the most successful Quakers ever, despite leaving the school over 120 years ago.
The honors came after Penn's performances at the Keystone Classic and at Penn State in early January.
This is the second time Kayla Padilla received this honor, but is her first in over three years.
Following Monday's game against Princeton, Dingle ranks below only Detroit Mercy's Antoine Davis and UAB's Jordan Walker.
The Quakers were unable to match a strong second-half performance put up by the Tigers.
Only four Quakers scored in a game where the Quakers had to endure freezing cold stretches from the field.
Penn held the Hawks to an astounding 4.5% from three, while coach Mike McLaughlin was able to empty his bench early.
Former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride, who has covered games at all eight stadiums, ranks them based on their suitability for Ivy League football today.
Cornell pulled away from Penn late on Friday, while the Quakers dominated the second half against Columbia.
In Saturday’s game, the Quakers trailed for over 30 minutes and had to overcome a red-hot Columbia team in the final minutes of their 71-67 victory.
The game marked a key milestone for Penn, and the Quakers rebounded from a subpar first half.
Penn dominated Monday's matchup in all facets, with the team's lockdown defense holding Brown to just 14% from three and its fourth-lowest point total of the year.