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Junior forward AJ Brodeur has nine points for Penn men's basketball, but the Quakers trail Harvard by two at the half.

Credit: Chase Sutton

Penn men's basketball continues its first home weekend of Ivy League play Saturday night when Harvard visits the Palestra. But first, the Penn women, who sit alone atop the Ancient Eight at 6-0, will look to keep their seven-game winning streak alive when they take on the Crimson in Cambridge, Mass.  

Preview the men's matchup here.

Read up on Friday's game here and here

Preview the women's matchup here.

Read about Friday's game here.

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