Penn Quakers women's basketball

The Penn Quakers women's basketball team is the intercollegiate women's basketball program representing University of Pennsylvania. The school competes in the Ivy League in Division I of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA). The Quakers play home basketball games at the Palestra in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Penn Quakers
2018–19 Penn Quakers women's basketball team
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UniversityUniversity of Pennsylvania
First season1970
All-time record503–637 (.441)
Head coachMike McLaughlin (8th season)
ConferenceIvy League
LocationPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania
ArenaThe Palestra
(Capacity: 8,722)
NicknameQuakers
ColorsBlue and Red[1]
         
Uniforms
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Home jersey
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Team colours
Home
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Away jersey
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Team colours
Away


NCAA Tournament Appearances
2001, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2017
Conference Tournament Champions
2017
Conference Regular Season Champions
2001, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019

HistoryEdit

The Quakers have a 562–654 as of the 2017–18 season. They have won five Ivy League titles (2001, 2004, 2014, 2016, 2017). They were the champion of the first Ivy League Women's Basketball Tournament in 2017, beating Princeton 57–49. Penn won the Big 5 in 2015.[2][3]

Season Record Conference record Coach
1970–71 4–6 n/a No coach
1971–72 2–8 n/a No coach
1972–73 2–6 n/a No coach
1973–74 5–4 n/a Marie Darlington
1974–75 10–6 n/a Connie Van Housen
1975–76 8–10 n/a Lois Ashley
1976–77 13–9 n/a Lois Ashley
1977–78 10–14 n/a Lois Ashley
1978–79 9–15 n/a Lois Ashley
1979–80 13–3 5–2 (3rd) Lois Ashley
1980–81 12–14 5–2 (T-4th) Lois Ashley
1981–82 13–11 5–1 (T-1st) Lois Ashley
1982–83 16–13 8–4 (2nd) Lois Ashley
1983–84 12–14 8–4 (2nd) Lois Ashley
1984–85 11–15 6–6 (4th) Lois Ashley
1985–86 4–21 3–9 (T-6th) Lois Ashley
1986–87 7–19 5–9 (6th) Lois Ashley
1987–88 6–20 5–9 (T-5th) Marianne Stanley
1988–89 5–21 3–11 (7th) Marianne Stanley
1989–90 10–16 7–7 (T-4th) Julie Soriero
1990–91 15–11 10–4 (T-2nd) Julie Soriero
1991–92 9–17 6–8 (3rd) Julie Soriero
1992–93 8–18 6–8 (T-5th) Julie Soriero
1993–94 10–16 6–8 (5th) Julie Soriero
1994–95 11–15 8–6 (T-3rd) Julie Soriero
1995–96 3–23 3–11 (7th) Julie Soriero
1996–97 6–20 2–12 (8th) Julie Soriero
1997–98 13–13 8–6 (T-4th) Julie Soriero
1998–99 12–14 8–6 (3rd) Julie Soriero
1999-00 18–10 9–5 (T-2nd) Kelly Greenberg
2000–01 22–6 14–0 (1st) Kelly Greenberg
2001–02 12–15 8–6 (T-2nd) Kelly Greenberg
2002–03 15–12 9–5 (T-2nd) Kelly Greenberg
2003–04 17–11 11–3 (1st) Kelly Greenberg
2004–05 15–12 8–6 (4th) Patrick Knapp
2005–06 5–22 3–11 (6th) Patrick Knapp
2006–07 12–15 7–7 (T-4th) Patrick Knapp
2007–08 7–22 4–10 (T-6th) Patrick Knapp
2008–09 9–19 6–8 (T-4th) Patrick Knapp
2009–10 2–26 1–13 (8th) Mike McLaughlin
2010–11 11–17 5–9 (6th) Mike McLaughlin
2011–12 13–15 6–8 (5th) Mike McLaughlin
2012–13 18–13 9–5 (3rd) Mike McLaughlin
2013–14 22–7 12–2 (1st) Mike McLaughlin
2014–15 21–9 11–3 (2nd) Mike McLaughlin
2015–16 24–5 13–1 (1st) Mike McLaughlin
2016–17 22–8 13–1 (1st) Mike McLaughlin
2017–18 22–9 11–3 (2nd) Mike McLaughlin
2018–19 22–5 12–2 (T-1st) Mike McLaughlin

Postseason appearancesEdit

Penn has gone to the NCAA Division I Women's Basketball Tournament five times. The Quakers are 0–5.

Year Round Opponent Result
2001 First Round Texas Tech L 57–100
2004 First Round Connecticut L 55–91
2014 First Round Texas L 61–79
2016 First Round Washington L 53–65
2017 First Round Texas A&M L 61–63

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "University of Pennsylvania Logo & Branding Standards". Retrieved April 1, 2016.
  2. ^ "silverchalice.co". penn-platform-prod.silverchalice.co.
  3. ^ "silverchalice.co". penn-platform-api-prod-origin.silverchalice.co.

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