There’s no such thing as a moral victory?
Probably true for the majority of sports, but for Penn gymnastics on Friday night, it may be reasonable to make a slight exception.
In what was surely a must win for the Quakers, they did just that.
On Friday night within the safe confines of the Palestra, Penn routed Columbia in a 71-51 showing.
NEW YORK – Midway through the second half on Friday, despite having gone down by 11 after halftime, Penn basketball managed to whittle its deficit against Columbia down to a single point.
That’s as close as the Quakers would get.
After a busy season filled with plenty of ups and even a few downs, the Penn squash teams will end their regular season schedules with red and blue opponents of their own.
On Friday, both second-ranked squads will have their final home match of the season against Columbia at the Ringe Squash Courts.
Things seem to be falling into place this weekend for Penn men’s tennis.
For Penn track and field, the importance of Friday’s Fastrack National Invite is crucial.