The Schedule in 2013-14
The Pennsylvania Quakers basketball team is locked and loaded, ready to take on all comers
that arrive at their home arena looking for a victory. This team has a lot of talent, and is looking to unleash their lineup
on the rest of the Ivy League. The Quakers have a lot of good programs on their schedule this season, making for some great
matchups that fans will surely want to catch a glimpse of in person. The Quakers will host the Temple Owls early in the season
on November 9th. The Owls often have a quality team that should serve as a good test for the Quakers early in the year.
Princeton Tigers come to Philadelphia on January 11th to take on the Quakers in a big Ivy League matchup. The Tigers are usually
one of the top teams in the Ivy League, so fans that attend this contest should get a good feel for how the Quakers stand
in the conference. If Penn can notch a victory in this game, there's a good chance that they'll be in the running for the
conference title come the end of the regular season, though you never know what can happen in the conference tourney in March.
February 28th the Quakers will host the Brown Bears in one of their final home games of the regular season. The Bears finished
ahead of the Quakers by one spot in the conference standings last season, and Penn is surely looking the leapfrog them in
the ranks in 2013-14. A win against the Bears late in the season could have major implications in the Ivy League standings.
The Penn Quakers are a Division I basketball team that plays in the Ivy League Conference. The Ivy League
features some of the best academic institutions in the country, but also a number of quality hoops programs. The Quakers regularly
have to take on teams like the Princeton Tigers, Brown Bears and Harvard Crimson. Penn is coming off a 2012-13 season in which
they didn't manage to establish themselves as a conference power, but hope springs anew in 2013-14. The Quakers are looking
to do some real damage this season with their talented group of players. The team plays its home games at thePalestra, known
affectionately to college hoops fans as the "Cathedral of Basketball." If you've never been there, it's the perfect time to
There nothing better than seeing a sporting event live and in person. Sports
have been a part of cultures around the world for a very long time, and spectators have always enjoyed watching athletes compete
at the highest of levels. When you're there in the stands at a sporting event like this one, you're treated to seeing some
of the most talented athletes in the entire world going head to head with everything on the line. There's nothing that compares
to the atmosphere at a game, where you're surrounded by fans that are all there to enjoy a great spectacle of sport.
basketball is one of the most popular sports in the United States, and for good reason. College hoops fans are some of the
most passionate sports fans you'll find, and there certainly is something special about the sport that brings out that passion.
One of the most watched sporting events in the world is March Madness, which occurs at the end of every college basketball
season. Madness is a good way to describe that spectacle, and fans of college basketball are simply mad about the sport.
you've ever been to a game featuring the Pennsylvania Quakers then you know how incredible the atmosphere at the game can
truly be. Wouldn't you like to see your favorite player steal the ball and go the other way for a thunderous dunk? You can
when you head out to the arena for a big game this season. Make sure to be there for all the Pennsylvania Quakers basketball
action this season.
The Pennsylvania Quakers have made it to the prestigious Final Four of the
NCAA Tournament one time. In what year did this happen?
The answer is 1979, when the Quakers had their best team of
the NCAA Tournament era. The Quakers won two national titles in the 1920s, but have yet to earn a championship since the invention
of March Madness.
Perhaps no other team in theIvy League, with the possible exception of Princeton,
has more of a winning basketball tradition than Penn. Penn has won their conference title over two dozen times and even appeared
in a Final Four, giving their fans plenty of thrills over the years. As the Quakers look to get back to the top of the conference
standings, don't hesitate to hit the stands so you can see all the action the way it was meant to be seen.