On Saturday, both Penn basketball programs offered a glimpse into their state of affairs with the annual Red and Blue Scrimmages at the Palestra.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — It was a beautiful night for football, but it was not a beautiful game of football.
They say the best team doesn’t always win. They were right.
They also say that the scoreboard doesn’t tell the whole story.
Three road games, two home games and a potential Ivy title. That’s all that’s left for Penn football as it moves into the second half of the 2016 campaign.
First up on that list is Yale.
For Penn sprint football, the hard part is over, but the job is far from done. And that job continues this Friday when the Quakers (4-0) face off against Chestnut Hill (2-2) at Franklin Field.
Regardless of what happens Friday, it will be hard for Penn to top the drama the last time they played in Franklin Field.
Penn volleyball may be a young team, but they've seen all they need to see. With one trip around the Ivy League complete, the Red and Blue are set to begin the rematches with now more familiar foes, starting with the Ancient Eight's best.
On Friday night, Penn (8-11, 3-4 Ivy) will head to New Jersey to take on rival Princeton in their lone game this weekend.
Penn is locked in for its last crucial stretch of the season.
Penn (9-4, 3-1 Ivy) is looking forward to the final week of Ivy League play, with upcoming matchups against Yale (5-8,1-3), Brown (6-6, 2-2), and Princeton (9-5, 4-0).
Penn snapped its three game winning streak, with a tough double overtime loss to eighth nationally ranked Delaware 3-2 on Sunday.
Consistency at the top is the key for any team with hopes for a title. However, for Penn women's soccer, staying consistent within the Ivy League is becoming a challenging task.