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Penn men's basketball looks to snap losing skid

Five consecutive losses. A combined scoring deficit of 98 points in this five-game losing skip. A dismal ranking of 303rd in the most recent Pomeroy rankings.

Most importantly, a league-worst 2-7 Ivy record thus far this season.

These are just a few of the most blatant indicators of the team’s recent misgivings that Penn basketball will need to ignore this weekend on the road against Brown and Yale.

Of course, leaving these sorts of statistics at the door and focusing solely on the game at hand is easier said than done, but they are hoping to do so by looking towards the future.

“This year in so many ways was about more than wins and losses,” assistant coach Nat Graham said.

Miles to go before Conner Paez sleeps

An athletic phenom takes the league by storm as a freshman, matures and takes on a leadership role over the years, finishes senior year earning all-conference honors and rides off into the sunset.

Penn track kicks off 2015 with strong Lehigh performance

It's apt to think of a collegiate track team like a car: if left to sit alone in a garage for the winter, it mostly likely won't be going from zero to sixty in record time on the first time out.

With that said, Penn track showed no real signs of stalling in its first competitive action since winter break, collecting 11 victories in Saturday’s Angry Birds Invitational at Lehigh.

The men’s team finished second out of five squads, losing only to Monmouth while compiling 131 total points.

Penn track impresses at indoor opener

If Saturday is any indication, this could be a fun year for Penn track. In their first indoor track meet of the season and the last before break, the Red and Blue picked up victories in an impressive 15 events at the Lehigh Fast Times in Bethlehem, Pa.

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