Liveblog: Penn vs. Dartmouth

The Quakers are back at the Palestra for the first time in three weeks to kick off the first of four spring break games. First up is Dartmouth (6-18, 2-8 Ivy), which Penn (7-19, 4-5) has defeated in 30 of the last 32 games. Follow along as we bring you the action live!

Game 12 — Liveblog: Penn basketball at Butler

For the first time in program history, Penn basketball visits Butler at the historic Hinkle Fieldhouse in Indianapolis. The Quakers (2-9), who haven't won since Nov. 28, may face their toughest test of the year in the No. 17 Bulldogs (10-2), who are riding a seven-game winning streak.

Liveblog — Penn football vs. Cornell

Will Penn football win its third outright Ivy League title in four years? It all comes down to today's season finale in Ithaca, N.Y., where senior quarterback Andrew Holland will make his first and only career start for the Quakers (5-4, 5-1 Ivy) in place of injured QB Billy Ragone. Opposing him will be Jeff Mathews of Cornell (4-5, 2-4), who set an Ancient Eight record for passing yards against the Red and Blue a season ago at Franklin Field. Sports Editor Mike Wisniewski and staff writer Steven Jaffe bring you the action live:

Liveblog-Game 3: Penn vs Fairfield, NIT Second Round

Liveblog — Game 2: Penn vs. Delaware, NIT Opening Round

Following its 80-75 season-opening victory over UMBC, the Penn men's basketball team is ready to kick off the NIT Season Tip-Off against Delaware (0-1). Sports Editor Mike Wisniewski and Associate Sports Editor Mike Tony are at the John Paul Jones Arena in Charlottesville, Va., to bring you the action live:

Liveblog — Penn football vs. Harvard

In the penultimate game of the year, Penn football (4-4, 4-1 Ivy) will host Harvard (7-1, 4-1) in its final home game of the year at Franklin Field. The winner of the game will win at least a share of the Ivy League title. Sports Editor Mike Wisniewski and football writers Ethan Alter and John Phillips bring you the action live:

Liveblog — Game 1: Penn vs. UMBC

After falling one game short of an Ivy League title last year, Penn basketball opens its season tonight at the Palestra against America East non-conference foe UMBC. Follow along here as Associate Sports Editors Kenny Kasper and Allison Bart bring you the action live: