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Ramon Galloway La Salle

Ramon Galloway, La Salle Explorers Stun No. 19 VCU

Ramon Galloway had 31 points as the La Salle Explorers defeated the 19th-ranked Virginia Commonwealth Rams 69-61 late Saturday night. Galloway’s 31 marked a new career high as the senior guard lead the Explorers (14-5, 4-2 A-10) past the Rams for their second straight victory against a top 25 opponent. This dominant performance comes only […]

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Miles Cartwright Quakers

Penn Quakers Basketball: Five Players Suspended for Failed Drug Tests

Five Penn Quakers’ basketball players, Miles Cartwright, Henry Brooks, Darien Nelson-Henry, Steve Rennard, and Tony Hicks, were suspended for one game as the Quakers played Delaware on December 21 for violating team rules. Quakers coach Jerome Allen would not elaborate past that in the post-game press conference. However, a source told the Daily Pennsylvanian, Penn’s […]

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Zack Rosen Ivy POY

Rosen Named Ivy League POY

Penn’s senior guard Zack Rosen was named first-team All-Ivy, and named Ivy League Player of the Year on Wednesday, the highest honor that can be bestowed on a player in that conference. He was unanimously elected for both honors, and is only the fourth player to be unanimously elected as POY since 2000. This is […]

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Penn Falls to Princeton

Penn Vanquished by Rival Tigers

The Pennsylvania Quakers (19-12, 11-3 Ivy) came into the game with high hopes of making it to the tournament, but their dreams were quickly dashed by last year’s Ivy league champions, the Princeton Tigers. Princeton forward Ian Hummer scored 18 points and recorded 10 rebounds while leading his team to a 62-52 win. This left […]

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Yale Falls to Penn

Rosen Leads Penn in Rout of Yale

The Penn Quakers (19-11,11-2 Ivy) pulverized Yale in a conference matchup, 68-47. Penn was led by senior guard Zach Rosen, who put up 20 points in last nights matchup while logging 30 minutes. At the end of the first half, Penn led by only eight, but the Quakers came out of the half and went […]

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