Penn basketball had a busy weekend in New York against Cornell and Columbia, with the women’s team winning both games and the men splitting their pair of matchups.
Both teams found success against the Big Green, claiming 6-3 victories, while Harvard proved to be a greater challenge, dispatching the women, 9-0, and the men, 6-3.
The Quakers hosted Brown at the Palestra on Saturday afternoon, followed by Harvard in the evening, with both meets ending in exciting and important victories for Penn.
It was a successful weekend for Penn men's and women’s track. Although the Quakers were split up at three different meet sites, each part of the team had overwhelming success on the weekend.
Brodeur led the Quakers in scoring in two strong performances against Cornell and Columbia over the weekend.
One day after falling to Cornell in a game that came down to the final minutes, Penn men’s basketball defeated Columbia, 72-70, for the team’s first Ivy League win of the season.
In a game of runs, Penn women’s basketball held on late to beat Columbia, 72-60. The Quakers remain the only undefeated team in the Ivy League.
The women start first at 5:30 p.m., looking to stay undefeated at the top of the League, while the men will follow at 8 looking for their first win of the Ivy season.
Parker's contributions helped Penn women’s basketball cruise past the Big Red, 59-46.
Six days after clinching the outright Big 5 title, Penn men’s basketball lost to Cornell, 80-71, for the team’s third consecutive loss in Ivy League play.
Penn's first Ivy weekend of the year opens with a doubleheader at Cornell. The men start first at 5 p.m. and the women will follow at 7:30.
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Morris previously worked at Monmouth, where he served as offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach from 2014-18.
The focus for too many fans will be the race for fourth place rather than the quest for first.
Coming off a tough weekend against Trinity and Colby, Penn men's and women’s squash braved the arctic blast to head to Princeton and take on the Tigers. The men took down Princeton in a tight 5-4 match while the women lost, 8-1.
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After losing the Ivy League championship game and graduating four seniors last year, Penn women’s basketball has been able to reinvent itself this season.
The Quakers' newcomers have been a major part of the team's success this season. Freshmen Ava Caravela, Sydney Kraez, and Natalie Yang have all proven themselves on the mat.
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