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January 11, 2012 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Columnist
The painful lesson that Penn point guard Zack Rosen took away from the Palestra on Tuesday night was not particularly new, or one that gets any easier to accept with time and repetition. "Losing stinks," Rosen said. "It stinks against anybody, but especially against a city rival, against guys you played pickup against all summer. " Penn lost to a very good La Salle team, 68-57, in a Big Five City Series game. The outcome wasn't set in concrete from the start, but the Explorers had superior talent, and that is usually a pretty good indicator.
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March 10, 2011 | Daily News Staff Report
Penn junior guard Zack Rosen has been selected All-Ivy League for the second consecutive year. Rosen is the 17th Penn player to earn first-team honors multiple times. He led the Quakers with 14.3 points per game. In Ivy play, he was 12th in scoring and second in assists. He surpassed 1,000 career points during the season. Quakers senior Jack Eggleston was selected honorable mention. Eggleston averaged 13.2 points and a team-high 8.0 rebounds per game. Harvard junior forward Keith Wright was selected player of the year.
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October 26, 2012 | DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT
PENN WAS picked to finish fifth in the Ivy League preseason media poll released on Thursday. Princeton was the overwhelming favorite to win the title, getting 16 of 17 first-place votes. Defending champion Harvard was picked to finish second and received the other first-place vote. The Quakers will be led by junior guard Miles Cartwright but will be without Zack Rosen, who graduated. Here are the results of the poll: 1. Princeton, 134 points 2. Harvard, 109 points 3. Columbia, 90 points 4. Cornell, 80 points 5. Penn, 74 points 6. Yale, 55 points 7. Brown, 50 points 8. Dartmouth, 20 points  
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November 13, 2012 | By Scott Ratcliffe, FOR THE INQUIRER
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The big question for Penn heading into the season was who would fill the shoes of graduated star Zack Rosen. The Quakers found a pair of answers Monday night in the NIT Season Tip-Off, but they were not enough in an 84-69 loss to Delaware at John Paul Jones Arena. Playing with foul trouble for most of the second half, junior Miles Cartwright continued to establish himself as the go-to guard for coach Jerome Allen, scoring 20 points. Junior forward Fran Dougherty finished with 21 points and six rebounds.
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November 11, 2011 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Before he would become the head men's basketball coach at Penn, Jerome Allen received key insight into what makes the Quakers' senior point guard, Zack Rosen, tick. In the summer of 2009, Allen wasn't affiliated with the program but was asked by Rosen to help him improve his game. Rosen had just finished a successful freshman season but was looking to refine his game. Allen told him he would work with him in the summer but with one caveat. The former Penn guard wanted to see how truly committed Rosen was, so he told him to report to the Palestra for summer workouts by 6 a.m. "My gauge to see how serious somebody is if they are willing to come that early to work out," Allen said.
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March 6, 2011 | By Megan Soisson, For The Inquirer
HANOVER, N.H. - After 20 minutes of play, the Penn men's basketball team looked as if it was still feeling the effects of a 15-point loss to Harvard on Friday night. Down by 34-21 at the half, the Quakers had committed 11 turnovers while Dartmouth had shot 51.9 percent from the floor. The second half played out like many in this season for the Quakers, with Penn roaring back for a 70-58 victory. "One of the recurring themes this season is that we waited until we got down by double digits to really start competing," coach Jerome Allen said.
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November 8, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Penn has one of the most inexperienced men's basketball teams in the Ivy League, so the assumption is that the Quakers will struggle after going 20-13 last season and finishing second with an 11-3 league record. Gone are Ivy League player-of-the-year Zack Rosen; Tyler Bernardini, who averaged 12.2 points; and defensive stopper Rob Belcore. The lone returning player who was a double-figure scorer is 6-foot-3 junior guard Miles Cartwright, who averaged 10.8 points. Why, with such an inexperienced unit - predicted to finish fifth in the league - is coach Jerome Allen so upbeat?
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March 5, 2011 | By Megan Soisson, FOR THE INQUIRER
HANOVER, N.H. - After twenty minutes of play, it seemed as if the Penn men's basketball team were still suffering the effects of Friday night's 15-point loss to Harvard. Down 34-21 at the half, the Quakers had committed 11 turnovers and were falling victim to 51.9 percent Dartmouth field goal shooting. But in a fashion that is now typical of coach Jerome Allen's season, Penn came back to win, 70-58. The Quakers' season finale is Tuesday at the Palestra against Princeton. If Penn wins, Harvard will win its first-ever Ivy League title.
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April 27, 2011 | By DICK JERARDI, jerardd@phillynews.com
It is no secret that Penn will have a terrific backcourt next season - with seniors Zack Rosen and Tyler Bernardini along with sophomore Miles Cartwright. That group is good enough to win an Ivy League championship. It is also no secret that Penn had to get bigger and more athletic in the frontcourt to have a chance to challenge Harvard and Princeton for the title. Nobody will really know until the games begin in November and the Ivy games start in 2012, but there is a real confidence around the program that Penn's seven-player recruiting class is terrific, with several frontcourt players ready to start and make a difference.
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January 14, 2012 | By Calder Silcox, For The Inquirer
NEW YORK - Penn senior Zack Rosen entered Friday night with his place already cemented in Quakers history. Recently crowned the all-time assists leader and considered by many to be one of the best point guards to ever wear the red and blue, Rosen is missing just one thing: an Ivy League championship. His title hopes got off on the right foot Friday when Penn defeated Columbia, 66-64, at Levien Gym in the league opener for both teams. After leading by nine with two minutes remaining, the Quakers weathered a final push from the Lions and improved to 8-9 overall.
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February 3, 2013
* Temple and Saint Joseph's have generally played twice during the regular season, but Saturday evening's game at Hagan Arena is their only meeting this season in the expanded Atlantic 10. The Owls are the deeper team as SJU is 341st (out of 347) in bench minutes, but this game should be about the star players and whose perform better. * The biggest difference between Villanova this season and last is defense. The 'Cats gave up .984 points per possession last season, 114th nationally.
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December 19, 2012 | BY JAKE KAPLAN, For the Daily News
WITH A STATISTICAL transformation as large as this, you might expect a bit more surprise surrounding Fran Dougherty's emergence as Penn's top scorer and rebounder. But given the effort the 6-8 forward put forth in the offseason leading to his junior season, that's not exactly the case. "I'm not really surprised with how he's started," teammate Miles Cartwright says. "He worked really hard. He's still just working hard every day. He's just trying to improve and make sure what he's shown so far is consistent.
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December 3, 2012 | By Mike Jensen, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A year ago, Zack Rosen and Ramone Moore were Big Five rivals. Penn's Rosen was Big Five player of the year, Temple's Moore the runner-up. In the summertime, they often worked out together. This season, they both landed jobs a five-minute drive apart, for different teams in the top professional league in Israel. Moore in the outskirts of Tel Aviv, Rosen in Holon, just south. "If Tel Aviv is Manhattan, Holon is Queens," Rosen explained by e-mail. "It's a city with a lot of spirit.
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November 13, 2012 | By Scott Ratcliffe, FOR THE INQUIRER
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. - The big question for Penn heading into the season was who would fill the shoes of graduated star Zack Rosen. The Quakers found a pair of answers Monday night in the NIT Season Tip-Off, but they were not enough in an 84-69 loss to Delaware at John Paul Jones Arena. Playing with foul trouble for most of the second half, junior Miles Cartwright continued to establish himself as the go-to guard for coach Jerome Allen, scoring 20 points. Junior forward Fran Dougherty finished with 21 points and six rebounds.
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November 8, 2012 | By Marc Narducci, Inquirer Staff Writer
Penn has one of the most inexperienced men's basketball teams in the Ivy League, so the assumption is that the Quakers will struggle after going 20-13 last season and finishing second with an 11-3 league record. Gone are Ivy League player-of-the-year Zack Rosen; Tyler Bernardini, who averaged 12.2 points; and defensive stopper Rob Belcore. The lone returning player who was a double-figure scorer is 6-foot-3 junior guard Miles Cartwright, who averaged 10.8 points. Why, with such an inexperienced unit - predicted to finish fifth in the league - is coach Jerome Allen so upbeat?
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October 26, 2012 | DAILY NEWS STAFF REPORT
PENN WAS picked to finish fifth in the Ivy League preseason media poll released on Thursday. Princeton was the overwhelming favorite to win the title, getting 16 of 17 first-place votes. Defending champion Harvard was picked to finish second and received the other first-place vote. The Quakers will be led by junior guard Miles Cartwright but will be without Zack Rosen, who graduated. Here are the results of the poll: 1. Princeton, 134 points 2. Harvard, 109 points 3. Columbia, 90 points 4. Cornell, 80 points 5. Penn, 74 points 6. Yale, 55 points 7. Brown, 50 points 8. Dartmouth, 20 points  
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September 26, 2012
A SEASON after coming within a game of an Ivy League championship, Penn, after losing all-everything Zack Rosen, two other starters and its entire coaching staff except head coach Jerome Allen, will be very young and mostly untested as it faces another daunting schedule. The Quakers will play in the NIT Season Tipoff, with the first two games at Virginia. Penn will play Delaware in the first round. If it wins, it will play the Virginia-Fairfield winner for the right to go to Madison Square Garden for the NIT Final Four Thanksgiving week.
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July 13, 2012 | By Brendan Sonnone, For The Inquirer
ORLANDO - Former Penn star Zack Rosen is adapting to his postcollege basketball career. The undrafted rookie point guard, player of the year in the Ivy League and Big Five, has struggled to gain consistent minutes for the 76ers in the Orlando NBA Summer League. "I'm just trying to do the most I can with whatever minutes I get," Rosen said. "It's a different situation; it's a new thing. You don't know what kind of opportunities you're going to get, but [I] try to make the most of them.
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July 10, 2012 | BY BOB COONEY and Daily News Staff Writer
SOMEDAY SOMEONE is going to tell Zack Rosen that his basketball days are over, that his 6-foot body accompanied by immeasurable smarts has gone as far as it can go. Rosen, though, doesn't see that day coming any time soon and for him, hopefully, not until he's fulfilled his dream of playing in the greatest league in the world. Rosen, who earned Big 5 Player of the Year honors after a stellar senior season for the Penn Quakers, is down in Orlando with a contingent of rookies and NBA wanna-bes on a 76ers roster that will compete with seven other teams in the Orlando Summer League at the Amway Center.
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May 23, 2012 | BY DICK JERARDI, Daily News Staff Writer
ZACK ROSEN and Maalik Wayns shared a position and Big 5 first-team honors. Monday morning, the point guards from Penn and Villanova, respectively, shared the court at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine as the Sixers began their predraft workouts. Along with Iona's Scott Machado and Maryland's Terrell Stoglin, Wayns and Rosen went through ballhandling drills, light shooting, one-on-one situations, the usual workout fare. Trying to predict what the Sixers or any team (other than the team that wins the lottery and announces its intention to take Kentucky's Anthony Davis before taking another breath)
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