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Members of Penn's 1970-71 men's basketball team honored with Big 5 Hall of Fame induction, reminisces about historic season.[...]
Spurred on by a feature in this magazine, the central players of Penn's storied 1965-66 basketball team reunited for the first time in 50 years.[...]
Thrown right into the fire, Penn's talented freshmen are showing that better days may lie ahead for the men's basketball program: "I think the future is going to be very good to us."[...]
What’s more frustrating than playing Ivy League men’s basketball in the same era as Bill Bradley? Winning the University’s first official Ivy championship the year after he graduated, and then being kept out of postseason play because of a fight between the League and the NCAA. Fifty years later, Penn’s 1965-66 squad still wonders what might have been.[...]
Penn basketball legends from six decades unite at the Palestra to celebrate Big 5 anniversary.[...]
Counting down the most memorable, dramatic and historic games in the last year of Penn sports.[...]
Men’s basketball Coach Steve Donahue; Franklin Field renovations.[...]
For just the second time ever, Penn will "travel" to Drexel for a men's basketball game.[...]
Men’s basketball: Allen out, Donahue in.[...]
Former basketball star Ugonna Onyekwe reminisces about his time at Penn as he enters Big 5 Hall of Fame.[...]
Jerome Allen offers heartfelt parting words as he prepares for the "next season" of his life.[...]
Matt Hanessian’s unlikely journey to—and from—varsity basketball.[...]
Ten years after Penn's incredible comeback win over Princeton, five former players look back at that magical Palestra night.[...]
After giving No. 5 Villanova a scare at a rocking Palestra, Jerome Allen vows to bring Penn back to Big 5 prominence.[...]
Counting down the most memorable, dramatic and historic games in the last year of Penn sports.[...]
Heading into a big game at Vanderbilt, the Penn men's basketball team has won three straight and the freshmen are winning awards week after week.[...]
Make-or-break season for men’s basketball coach? [...]
After an unlikely journey from Canada to Ithaca to Boston, new Penn assistant basketball coach Nat Graham is back at his alma mater.[...]
Statkeeper Stu Suss C’74 L’77 decides 43 years is the right number.[...]
How a Penn soccer player got the unique opportunity to play Division I college basketball at the Palestra.[...]