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Throughout the early portion of Penn baseball’s season, two things were fairly common: losses and games delayed by weather.

While the Quakers have largely managed to avoid the former over their last 20 games, it looks like weather has caught up with the squad once again.

Initially scheduled to take on the University of the Sciences on Tuesday in a mid-afternoon game, Penn’s matchup has been postponed to Wednesday due to expected rainfall.

Penn is coming off a series win over Cornell this past weekend. The Quakers dropped their first Ivy contest of the season on Saturday afternoon, but rebounded with three consecutive wins.

The Red and Blue have now won 17 of their last 20 games, and will return to Ivy action at Princeton for a four-game set this weekend.

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