The Quakers are now 6-3 in Ivy play after splitting a weekend series against Columbia and Cornell.
On Saturday afternoon, Penn put up its most complete performance of the season.
Former Sports Editor ranks the the Ivy League teams with conference play halfway through.
With seven games left to play and the Ivy League race crowded, the DP is here to break down how the conference's women's basketball teams rank.
Ahead of Saturday's huge matchup against the Crimson at the Palestra, the DP's sports team makes its predictions.
Sports Editor Caleb Crain argues that despite a losing conference record so far, Penn men's basketball's season is not over yet.
Deputy Sports Editor Walker Carnathan reflects on the Quakers' performance after a disappointing loss to Princeton on Jan. 16.
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.
Men's basketball showed encouraging signs against Villanova, despite the final score being a double-digit loss.
After rattling off three straight wins, Sports Associate Walker Carnathan argues that Penn women's basketball ought not lose sight of its dynamic duo.
Four Daily Pennsylvanian sports staffers make their picks for who will come away with the win in Wednesday night's contest.
Former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride offers four changes that the conference can make to keep up with the times and empower its athletes.
Pop the champagne. Start the parade. Raise the banner. The Quakers are Cathedral Classic champions.
Penn football looks poised to repeat and add on to the success it had this season, according to former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride.
Five Daily Pennsylvanian staffers make their predictions ahead of Saturday's season-ending contest.
Following Penn football’s blowout loss at the hands of the Harvard Crimson, former Senior Sports Editor Brandon Pride offers his takeaways from the tumultuous home finale.
A 28-point loss doesn’t sound like an appealing start to the season, but hearing the two coaches talk postgame demonstrated exactly why the final score appeared the way it did.
Deputy Sports Editor Eashwar Kantemneni believes that Penn's dominance Saturday proves its defeat against Brown was just one setback and not a sign of things to come.
Penn students would rather do just about anything else than watch a live college basketball game in person, right on campus. It’s a sad truth. But it doesn’t have to be this way.
Ranked first in the Ivy League preseason poll, Penn is closely trailed by rivals vying for every chance to snatch the top seat.