Liveblog: Penn at Dartmouth — Brought to you by the Blarney Stone

With only five games left on the season, the Quakers (15-11, 7-2 Ivy) still control their own destiny. If the Red and Blue hope to capture their first Ivy League title since 2006-07, they'll need to take care of Dartmouth (5-21, 1-9). The Big Green nearly upset Penn at the Palestra two weeks ago — it took a last-minute three by Zack Rosen for Penn to get the win.

Liveblog: Penn basketball vs. Dartmouth – Brought to you by the Blarney Stone

Following a disappointing 56-50 loss to No. 25 Harvard, the Quakers (12-11, 4-2 Ivy) look to bounce back against last-place Dartmouth (4-19, 0-7). The Big Green have not won a game since Jan. 14 and are losers of 12 of their last 13. Last season, Penn swept Dartmouth, a feat the Red and Blue have accomplished in 14 of the last 15 seasons.

Penn men’s basketball vs. St. Joe’s – Liveblog brought to you by the Blarney Stone

Follow along as the Quakers close out their Big 5 schedule against St. Joe's at the Palestra:

Penn basketball at Cornell – Liveblog sponsored by the Blarney Stone

The Quakers are off to their best Ivy League start since, well, last year after defeating Columbia in the conference opener last night in Manhattan. They now take on Cornell in frigid Ithaca, N.Y. Follow the action live from Newman Arena below:

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Penn men’s basketball vs. Columbia – liveblog sponsored by the Blarney Stone

Follow the action from Levien gym below:

Penn men’s basketball vs. La Salle – brought to you by the Blarney Stone

It's game three of four on the Big 5 slate and the Quakers (7-8, 0-2 Big 5) are hosting La Salle (12-4, 0-1). The Explorer are on a five-game winning streak, most recently topping Atlatntic 10 opponents Xavier and Massachusetts. The Quakers, meanwhile, will look to avenge an 89-83 overtime loss last year at Tom Gola Arena. Cal Silcox, Jennifer Scuteri and Lucas O'Connor are live from the Palestra:

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Liveblog: Penn women’s basketball vs. Drexel

The Quakers (5-2) will take on the Dragons (5-3) at noon this afternoon at the Palestra. Last season, the Red and Blue suffered a 31-point loss to their City 6 rival, but with a new and improved defense this year, today's matinee promises to be a much closer contest. Follow along as Mike Wisniewski and Lucas O'Connor bring you the action live:

M. Hoops at UCLA Liveblog: Brought to you by Blarney Stone

A day after the dismissal of UCLA's Reeves Nelson, the Quakers take on the the Bruins at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California. Both teams have storied pasts, but who will come out on top? Follow along and see.

Liveblog: Penn basketball at Villanova – Brought to you by the Blarney Stone

Coming live from the Main Line, Penn takes on Villanova in both team's second Big 5 games. The Quakers are even at 4-4 (0-1 Big 5), while the Wildcats are 4-2 (1-0). Penn hasn't beaten 'Nova since 2002, but the Quakers are looking to take advantage of a rebuilding year for Jay Wright's team. Follow along as Eli Cohen and John Phillips bring you the action from the Pavilion.

Video: DP basketball writers preview the 'Nova matchup.

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Liveblog: Penn basketball vs. Manhattan – brought to you by the Blarney Stone

Another Tuesday, another rainy night for Penn hoops at the Palestra. Tonight the Quakers host Manhattan, a team which is 1-1 against Ivy League opponents this year (Win over Brown, loss to Columbia). Penn is trying to hop off a three-game skid after losing to No. 17 Pittsburgh and James Madison this weekend.

Regardless of records, the Quakers want this one bad after they gave up a 12-point second-half lead last year, as the Jaspers closed the game on a 17-0 run to take the win. Follow the action below:

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