In its first Ivy League matchup of the season, Penn women's basketball overwhelmed Brown after finding a reliable rhythm of attack from the second quarter.
In an unexpected inter-division matchup, Penn (5-7, 0-0) came out strong against Ursinus (2-7) for a much needed 89-29 win as the Quakers prepare for Ivy League play in the new year.
Winter sports competition will continue behind closed doors as Penn responds to rising COVID-19 cases in Philadelphia as well as across collegiate sports.
Sports reporter Carter Lynn gives his thoughts on Penn's loss to Stony Brook.
Even though it’s been over 20 years since they last played each other, it seemed like Penn and Stony Brook picked up right where they left off on Friday night.
Because this weekend is full of activity in women’s basketball, we’ll check in with the Ivy League women’s basketball teams to see where they stand as we close out the calendar year with a few more games.
As did fall sports, the winter athletics teams entered the season having not played in almost two years. Unlike this past fall season, however, it looks like a few of these teams have a shot at competing for Ivy League titles.
Penn women’s basketball ended up losing a close Big 5 match to Saint Joseph's by a score of 83-70 after being down by as many as 13 points late in the third quarter.
After the 2020-21 season was canceled for all winter athletes, three former Penn basketball players chose to use their extra year of eligibility at other schools. Here is how they are doing.
In the back-to-back losses against La Salle and Bucknell University, Penn women's basketball struggled to shoot the ball.
Slow and steady might win the race, but it doesn’t win basketball games.
The women's basketball team couldn’t get the offense going on Friday night, falling to the Bucknell Bisons in a 62-46 loss.
It is no longer surprising to see Kayla Padilla doing Kayla Padilla things, but her performance at the Loyola Marymount Thanksgiving Classic came in record-breaking fashion.
With the winter sports season in full swing, we take a look at which Red and Blue teams will be in action in this weekend.
Here's a look at how Penn women's basketball is doing compared to its Big 5 rivals so far this season.
Penn women’s basketball’s match-up against La Salle was a messy, messy contest.
For Penn women's basketball senior guard Mia Lakstigala, the COVID-19 pandemic heavily affected what was supposed to be a collegiate career spent competing for the Ivy League title. Instead, the last time she played a full season of basketball was in the 2018-19 season — when she was just a freshman.
Penn women's basketball played close games against UCSD and Memphis, beating the former while falling to the latter in overtime in Los Angeles.
With almost all of Penn’s usual starting lineup serving suspensions, save for sophomore forward Jordan Obi, the absence of Villanova star Maddy Siegrist due to injury still didn’t feel like enough for Penn to come out with a win against its strongest opponent thus far.
And yet the team almost did, losing 66-63.
Penn women’s basketball dropped its first game of the season with a 66-63 loss against the Villanova Wildcats at the Palestra. Additionally, this loss marks their first in Big 5 play.