Follow along as Penn men's basketball looks to defeat Rice in a Friday night showdown at the Palestra starting at 8:00 p.m.
Six Quakers have been awarded All-Ivy League honors for their performances in the team’s 13-2-1 season that included a share of the conference crown.
The Quakers will have plenty of opportunities to exact revenge against teams they lost to lost last season, such as Penn State and Villanova on the men’s side and Pittsburgh and Princeton for the women.
This Saturday, Penn football will be playing its final home game of the year, marking the last time the senior players compete in front of the crowd at The Frank.
The opening game will include many new faces on the Quakers' squad, including three new members of the starting lineup. After graduating four seniors, including three starters, this year's Penn team is significantly younger.
Penn men’s basketball had perhaps the most eventful season opener in recent memory at George Mason. The Quakers survived all the adversity to eke out a 72-71 win. Here are three takeaways from the first game of the season.
Penn field hockey’s season may be over, but the accolades are just coming in.
On Monday, the department announced a new partnership with AXIA Time, a maker of Swiss watches.
In a very exciting season opener that came down to the final seconds, Penn men’s basketball took down George Mason, 72-71. Even with the win, the biggest story of the night, however, was a major injury to junior guard Ryan Betley.
Take a look at some of the best photos and highlights from last year's men's and women's basketball seasons.
In this special edition of Is Stat So?, take a look at some of the most interesting stats from last year's men's and women's basketball teams. From star players to key team numbers, relive how the Quakers fared a season ago.
While most eyes on Tuesday will be focused on a pair of blue-chip battles pitting Duke versus Kentucky and Kansas versus Michigan State, Penn men’s basketball will also take the floor for the first time this season on the road at George Mason
With schedule highlights, projected starters, player features, and coach profiles, the basketball supplement has everything fans need to know about Penn men’s and women’s basketball for the upcoming 2018 - 2019 season.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, football comes from behind in the second half, a freshman wrestler makes a startling debut, and women's soccer takes away a great stat from a heartbreaking game.
Who's got the best chance to take Penn men's basketball down? With most of the teams tipping off this week, here's a brief outlook on each of their upcoming seasons.
After losing three-fifths of its starting lineup to graduation, Penn women's basketball will have a tough task in getting back to the top of the Ivy League. Here's who they'll need to get past to do it.
No longer is he thinking about stabilizing a program left in turmoil after three straight seasons with single-digit win totals under Allen. Now, he’s thinking about something bigger.
When Woods committed to Penn, his plan was to redshirt his freshman football season while he focused on basketball and academics, and then play on both teams as a sophomore.
Both the men’s and women’s squads will be in the thick of the title hunt, and never in the last decade have both teams been simultaneously this good.
While there were certainly many eyes glued to Penn football and women’s soccer this weekend, there was plenty else going on in the rest of Penn athletics. Three teams opened their season this weekend (wrestling, fencing, and swimming) while others are watching their season’s some to a close.