- $40 for four upper sideline or lower baseline seats, plus a $20 concession credit (up to $108 total value)
- Opponent: Binghamton Bearcats
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The Scouting Report
Before opening their Ivy League schedule against Princeton on January 9, the Quakers have a chance to build some momentum during a Saturday-afternoon battle against Binghamton. In last year’s meeting between these two squads, the Quakers emerged with a 79–70 victory thanks in large part to center Darien Nelson-Henry. The 6’11” senior has truly come into his own since last year, using his towering frame to do more than just rescue stray cats from the top of the backboard—this season, he leads the team in scoring, rebounding, and shooting percentage, and he’s already posted four double-doubles.
The Penn Quakers' many traditions go hand-in-hand with its storied athletics program. Perhaps no tradition is more important than the school's colors, blue and red, which today unite men's and women's teams across a couple dozen different sports. The football team has enjoyed plenty of glory—especially since the Ivy League's formation during the 1950s—but success has followed the school on the wrestling mat, in the swimming pool, and even on the fencing piste.