Coming off of its first loss of the season, Penn women’s basketball rallied to handily defeat Hartford by a 74-46 score.
After Penn men's basketball's third-place finish at the Wooden Legacy this weekend, two Quakers were awarded individual honors for the Ivy League and Big 5.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's and women's basketball hit the road for contests on Thanksgiving weekend.
An outsider looking in might be wondering how the Quakers will perform this year after Reeham Sedky’s graduation, but Ashley Manning has come in to fill the gap.
The Red and Blue went 2-1 in their three games this weekend and took home a third-place finish. Here are three takeaways from the Quakers’ trip across the country.
To cap off their appearance in the Wooden Legacy tournament in Anaheim, Calif., the Quakers faced off against Long Beach State on Sunday and came away with the win over the Beach.
After a narrow 68-67 victory over the Knights, the Quakers fell to No. 14 Arizona by a score of 92-82 in an offensive battle.
Penn women’s basketball fell to Duke in the early afternoon of Black Friday, but the Quakers showed enough to quench any suspicions that the team’s 4-0 start was a fluke.
Penn women’s basketball entered Thanksgiving weekend undefeated as the team traveled to the famous Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C. to face off against Duke.
The Ivy League has named six Quakers to the 2019 All-Ivy football team.
Here are some of the early highlights of the beginning of the winter season as student-athletes enter Thanksgiving break.
Although the activities are quite literally fun and games, there is still an immense amount of planning that goes into planning for the on-court activities during breaks in the action.
Penn women’s basketball is set to test its undefeated start against Duke at the famed Cameron Indoor Stadium in Durham, N.C. on Friday.
Continuing the team's tradition of Thanksgiving trips, the Quakers will compete in the Wooden Legacy over the break.
With two seasons left, Douglas will look to add a national championship to his long list of accomplishments during his time at Penn.
After the end of the season for Penn sprint football, field hockey, men’s soccer, and cross country, All-Ivy League honorees were announced this weekend.
Colaiocco made his mark by defeating University of Virginia redshirt freshman Patrick McCormick to claim the crown in the 125-pound weight class.
Both the men's and women's team ended the meet with victories over the Big Red, but both also lost to the host Tigers.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's basketball knocks off another power conference opponent, squash continues its recent dominance, and Karekin Brooks hits a milestone mark.
The Red and Blue faced competition from nine other schools, but Roger Reina’s crew came away with two individual titles and the overall team title.