Despite a slow start to the calendar year for Penn women's basketball, it appears the Quakers are rounding into form, with five straight Ivy League victories.
It was another exciting weekend for Penn basketball, as the women came from behind against Yale to finish off their weekend sweep and the men dropped a crucial game against Brown before bounding back against the first-place Bulldogs.
Penn women’s basketball earned its fifth consecutive Ivy League win tonight against Yale, 53-51, in what turned out to be the Quakers' closest game of the season.
Penn women’s basketball eked out a win at Yale by a score of 53-51 on Saturday. Here are the two of the biggest takeaways from a thrilling game against one of the League's best teams.
Dominant from start to finish, Penn women's basketball came out on top, 85-73, for their fourth consecutive Ivy League victory.
Penn men's and women's basketball take on Brown on Friday night with hopes of extending their Ivy League winning streaks.
The Quakers are currently on a three-game winning streak against their Ivy League opponents.
Despite not having the chance to play, Satter has found different ways to be a leader in the locker room and an important contributor to her team.
After a combined four wins this weekend, Penn men's and women's basketball deservedly had a few individuals pick up weekly awards from the Ivy League and Big 5.
There were plenty of memorable moments as the Red and Blue produced perhaps their strongest crop of highlights of this season.
The team was led by two dominant performances by junior center Eleah Parker, earning her DP Sports Player of the Week.
Penn women’s basketball had a very successful week, emerging with a pair of wins to grab a winning Ivy record for the first time this season.
Senior Phoebe Sterba helped lead the Quakers to a 63-41 win against Cornell. The Red and Blue have now won three games in a row and are above .500 in conference play.
In their first home game in nearly a month, the Red and Blue hung on Friday night to defeat Columbia in overtime by a score of 86-84.
Penn men's and women's basketball are gearing up for another weekend full of Ivy League basketball as the Quakers face Columbia and Cornell.
Though her time on the court remained limited during her time at Penn, Emily Anderson has found other ways to make a strong impact on her teammates off the court.
The Red and Blue will get a break from a hectic travel schedule this weekend, hosting Columbia on Friday and Cornell on Saturday in front of their home crowd.
With the first of six straight Ivy weekends having reached its conclusion, Penn men’s and women’s basketball have plenty to celebrate.
The last 48 hours have shown a lot about this Penn team. The Quakers have proved that they have grit.
Penn women’s basketball was able to bounce back from a loss to Harvard on Friday night to trounce Dartmouth by a score of 66-33.