Untitled Document
Brown Columbia Cornell Dartmouth Harvard Penn Princeton Yale



 Page 2 of 5 <2345
Username Post: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule        (Topic#21492)
10Q 
Professor
Posts: 15044

Loc: Suburban Philly
Reg: 11-21-04
04-19-18 03:39 PM - Post#255570    
    In response to 10Q

I didn't peak, but I do happen to be reading a Paul Simon bio right now.

 
Silver Maple 
Postdoc
Posts: 3275

Loc: Westfield, New Jersey
Reg: 11-23-04
Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-19-18 07:46 PM - Post#255573    
    In response to 1979Quakers

  • 1979Quakers Said:
As for UIC, I still remember the Quakers losing to them in January, 1983 after blowing a 20 point lead at the Palestra. That was back when UIC was known as Illinois-Chicago Circle or, simply, The Circle.



I was at that game. The team got booed as they left the floor. That was during Craig Littlepage's first season-- a season the team was expected to be terrific, but instead was a major disappointment.

 
1979Quakers 
Freshman
Posts: 53

Age: 53
Reg: 06-06-17
Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-19-18 09:59 PM - Post#255575    
    In response to Silver Maple

I remember them beating a good SMU team (with future NBA center Jon Koncak), then three nights later upsetting Villanova early that season. It looked like that it was going to be a memorable season, then the wheels unexpectedly came off in January with the bottom being the collapse against the Flames.

 
weinhauers_ghost 
PhD Student
Posts: 1047

Age: 58
Loc: New York City
Reg: 12-14-09
Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-20-18 10:05 AM - Post#255588    
    In response to 1979Quakers

That game against Villanova was a thing of beauty, wasn't it?

 
Charlie Fog 
Masters Student
Posts: 440

Age: 50
Loc: Philly
Reg: 11-12-13
Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-20-18 10:42 AM - Post#255592    
    In response to Silver Maple

  • Silver Maple Said:
  • 1979Quakers Said:
As for UIC, I still remember the Quakers losing to them in January, 1983 after blowing a 20 point lead at the Palestra. That was back when UIC was known as Illinois-Chicago Circle or, simply, The Circle.



I was at that game. The team got booed as they left the floor. That was during Craig Littlepage's first season-- a season the team was expected to be terrific, but instead was a major disappointment.



Didn't Littlepage follow Weinhauer?


 
palestra38 
Professor
Posts: 19306

Reg: 11-21-04
Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-20-18 10:47 AM - Post#255593    
    In response to Charlie Fog

Yes

 
Silver Maple 
Postdoc
Posts: 3275

Loc: Westfield, New Jersey
Reg: 11-23-04
04-20-18 11:05 AM - Post#255595    
    In response to palestra38

And not well.

 
Charlie Fog 
Masters Student
Posts: 440

Age: 50
Loc: Philly
Reg: 11-12-13
2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-20-18 11:19 AM - Post#255596    
    In response to Silver Maple

Didn't Weinhauer leave after the 79 final four season

never mind, google is my friend

Edited by Charlie Fog on 04-20-18 11:20 AM. Reason for edit: No reason given.

 
palestra38 
Professor
Posts: 19306

Reg: 11-21-04
Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-20-18 11:43 AM - Post#255597    
    In response to Charlie Fog

No, the next year he took Booney and a bunch of freshmen to a tie with Princeton, won the playoff and beat Wash State in the 1st round of the NCAAS, probably his best coaching job

 
UPIA1968 
Masters Student
Posts: 728
UPIA1968
Loc: Cornwall, PA
Reg: 11-20-06
Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-20-18 09:01 PM - Post#255623    
    In response to palestra38

I was living in Indiana in 1980 and went to the Penn-WSU game at Purdue. Corky Calhoun was there. That game featured a furious comeback for Penn

 
SteveChop 
Masters Student
Posts: 707

Reg: 07-28-07
Re: 2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-21-18 02:59 PM - Post#255630    
    In response to palestra38

Weinhauer actually stayed for three years after the final four season, i.e. his last season was 81-82. Littlepage era began in 82-83.

 
Silver Maple 
Postdoc
Posts: 3275

Loc: Westfield, New Jersey
Reg: 11-23-04
04-22-18 10:22 AM - Post#255641    
    In response to SteveChop

I wish Sarge had stayed one more year. 82-83 was the year that Paul Little, Michael Brown, Avery Rawlings, David Lardner and George Noon (c'mon, be nice) were all seniors, and Karl Racine, Anthony Arnolie and Willie Oliphant were also on that team. If not for the coaching change, I've always believed that they could have been an absolutely outstanding team.

 
10Q 
Professor
Posts: 15044

Loc: Suburban Philly
Reg: 11-21-04
2018-2019 non-conference schedule
04-22-18 11:42 AM - Post#255643    
    In response to Silver Maple

That was also the senior year of Craig Robinson, who rejected more Quakers than the Princeton Admissions Office.

 
TheLine 
Postdoc
Posts: 3784

Age: 55
Reg: 07-07-09
04-22-18 12:11 PM - Post#255644    
    In response to 10Q

Little getting injured and that 1-4 offense Littlepaige put in place both hurt the team. They could've recovered from one of those but not both.

Willie is still the last Philly public school player to play for Penn.


 
Chip Bayers 
Postdoc
Posts: 4684
Chip Bayers
Loc: New York
Reg: 11-21-04
04-22-18 07:09 PM - Post#255646    
    In response to TheLine

Also then-A.D. Charles Harris stupidly scheduling the Princeton home game as part of a doubleheader at the Spectrum.


 
TheLine 
Postdoc
Posts: 3784

Age: 55
Reg: 07-07-09
04-24-18 08:36 AM - Post#255714    
    In response to Chip Bayers

Wasn't that a kind of forced punishment thing for fan behavior the previous year?

Still dumb. Second row in the Spectrum sucked compared to third row in the Palestra. Couldn't have the usual effect on the Princeton players.




 
pennhoops 
Postdoc
Posts: 2441

Reg: 11-21-04
05-10-18 01:58 PM - Post#256697    
    In response to TheLine

Paradise Jam bracket released:

Penn Basketball


@PennBasketball
45m45 minutes ago
schedule has been announced for 2018 @paradisejam!
11/16: Northern Iowa, 6:30 local (5:30 EST)
11/17 OR 11/18: Eastern Kentucky or Kansas State
11/19: Kennesaw State/Missouri/OldDominio n/Oregon State

Bit of a downer not to be on the side of the bracket with two HMs. Northern Iowa was KenPom 122 last year (Penn was 125).

 
penn nation 
Professor
Posts: 11563

Reg: 12-02-04
05-10-18 02:30 PM - Post#256706    
    In response to pennhoops

That's a well coached NI team. Had a down year, but Jacobson has to rank as one of the more successful MM coaches in recent years.

 
mshimmy 
Sophomore
Posts: 172
mshimmy
Loc: Miami, FL
Reg: 11-22-04
07-10-18 10:46 PM - Post#258645    
    In response to penn nation

Is there a (rumored) date for the Miami game? Can't find it here or on Miami board. Many thanks.
"Our team will win our next 10 games in a row. I know that." Judson Wallace, February 8, 2005 http://www.letsgoquakers.com/02082005PrincetonatPenn.mpg


 
pennhoops 
Postdoc
Posts: 2441

Reg: 11-21-04
07-11-18 12:02 PM - Post#258670    
    In response to mshimmy

Monmouth at Penn, 12/31 (apologies if this has already been posted)

 
 Page 2 of 5 <2345
Icon Legend Permissions Topic Options
Report Post

Quote Post

Quick Reply

Print Topic

Email Topic

8779 Views





Copyright © 2004-2012 Basketball U. Terms of Use for our Site and Privacy Policy are applicable to you. All rights reserved.
Basketball U. and its subsidiaries are not affiliated in any way with any NCAA athletic conference or member institution.
FusionBB™ Version 2.1 | ©2003-2007 InteractivePHP, Inc.
Execution time: 0.433 seconds.   Total Queries: 16   Zlib Compression is on.
All times are (GMT -0500) Eastern. Current time is 01:06 AM
Top