With a strong start to non-conference play, Penn women's basketball could have a chance to secure the Ivy League's second-ever at-large bid.
Penn women’s basketball’s hopes to capture this season's Big 5 crown suffered a blow on Wednesday, as the Quakers fell to Villanova by a score of 70-58.
The Ivy League opener didn’t go as planned, and the Quakers were dominated in the second half, losing to the Tigers by a score of 75-55.
Unfortunately for the Red and Blue, the 75-55 defeat did not instill confidence in the team’s ability to perform against higher-caliber competition.
It’s a big week for Penn basketball, as both the men's and women's teams will face rival Princeton in early Ivy League contests with much at stake.
In the Quakers' first trip to Hawaii since the 2015-16 season, they celebrated the arrival of a new year with two wins in paradise.
In the Battle of 33rd Street, Penn women’s basketball overcame a few obstacles in a hard fought 53-49 win over Drexel at the Palestra.
Through their first eight games, the Quakers are 7-1 with their only loss coming at the hands of ACC powerhouse Duke.
Freshman guard Kayla Padilla proved that in just her first season for the Red and Blue, she is more than capable of running the offense for Penn.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Kayla Padilla continues to be a force on the court, swimming races past the competition, and Evan Lee set a program record in the heptathlon.
Penn women's basketball has only played eight games — but its easy schedule suggests that we really don't know that much about this team.
Penn women’s basketball ensured its perfect home record would be intact heading into winter break with a resounding 81-41 win over Stetson on Saturday.
In accordance with a yearly Friendsgiving tradition, every year the team's players gather the week before Thanksgiving for an annual team dinner.
Penn women’s basketball took on La Salle at Tom Gola Arena, winning by a score of 65-49.
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.
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.
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.