The Quakers are finally fitting in to an impressive rhythm on the court, as they claim their second win of this week.
After an up-and-down week for Penn basketball, we take a look at the most shining moments the Quakers had.
In their best offensive display of the season, the Quakers earned their first win in over two weeks.
Penn women's basketball fell 66-60 at the Galen Center on Wednesday afternoon despite another stellar performance from Simone Sawyer.
On its first leg of a two-game stint in California, women's basketball extended its string of defeats with a 73-65 loss against San Francisco.
If you've ever been to a big Penn sporting event, you've probably noticed the Penn Band in all its deafening glory.
Against their strongest opponent thus far, the Quakers couldn't match up with a dominant Villanova squad.
In its third consecutive road game to open up the season, Penn women’s basketball, looking to rebound from a loss against Northwestern, fell to St. Joe’s in a tough 57-50 contest.
A weak offensive performance in the first half coupled with holes in Penn’s defense throughout the game led to a difficult 63-55 loss to the Wildcats.
Penn women's basketball marks its first result of the season a win against Marist, with senior guard Kayla Padilla leading the campaign.
California hosts two of Penn's standout stars from last season, Kayla Padilla and Jordan Obi, amidst a roster dense with talent from the East Coast.
Captains can be quiet and lead by example, or be loud and vocal — Mandy McGurk of Penn women's basketball is the latter.
As a two-time first team All-Ivy player and one of Penn’s most prolific three-point shooters, it’s almost like basketball runs in Padilla's blood.
Penn women's basketball faces an intense introduction to this season, with a challenging month of non-conference play against high-leverage opponents to precede Ivy League matchups.
With six rookies, two sisters, and a fifth-spot ranking ahead of the season, coach Mike McLaughlin looks forward to seeing growth within the team prove on the court.
Joining a Penn sports team after the acceptance letter is a process varying by sport, with some paths drawing a clearer process than others.
In their last public scrimmage before the start of the regular season, Penn men and women's basketball showcased communication, playmaking, and ball movement.
Following a year where Penn women's basketball drifted below expectations, the Quakers are returning an exciting lineup in hopes of reaching their first NCAA Tournament berth since 2017.
In her newly elevated role as head sports dietician, Cat Hammer is always looking for new ways to help Penn student athletes achieve their nutritional goals.
After a year of canceled competition, winter sports returned this season to Penn's campus. With them, many Quaker seniors were able to make one last mark on the program they dedicated their college careers to.