Not many NCAA Division I teams can boast the type of success that the University of Pennsylvania basketball program has found in the Ivy League since 1970.

Penn vs. the Ivy League since 1969-70
467-135 (.776)

Penn vs. the Ivy League since 1992-93
218-62 (.779)

Penn at home vs. the Ivy League since 1955-56 (formal start of Ivy play)
327-72 (.820)

Penn undefeated seasons vs. the Ivy League (7)
1970, 1971, 1993, 1994, 1995, 2000, 2003

Penn undefeated at home vs. the Ivy League (22)
1962, 1966, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981, 1982, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2006, 2007

Penn has won as many Ivy League titles since 1966 (25) as all of the other Ivy League schools combined (Princeton 17, Cornell 4, Harvard 2, Brown 1, Yale 1).

Penn has had more undefeated Ivy League seasons (7) than the rest of the Ivy League combined (Princeton 5, Cornell 1).

Penn has won five of the last 11, seven of the last 15, and 11 of the last 20 Ivy League championships.

Penn has made 10 trips to the NCAA Tournament in the last 20 years.

Penn won six-straight Ivy League titles from 1970-75, five-straight Ivy League titles from 1978-82, and four-straight Ivy League titles from 1993-96.

Penn holds the Ivy League record for consecutive Ancient Eight regular-season victories (48 from 1992-96).

Penn has had 13 players earn a total of 16 Ivy League Players of the Year, the most of any Ancient Eight team since the award’s inception in 1975. The Red and Blue also boast seven Ivy League Rookies of the Year.

Penn has had...
41 players earn first-team honors 68 times
35 players earn second-team honors 46 times
39 players earn honorable mention 46 times

Penn is fifth on the Division I regular-season consecutive victories list with 48 (1970-72).