Penn Vs. Harvard: Quakers Fall To Crimson, 56-50

The Pennsylvania Quakers were defeated by fellow Ivy League school, the Harvard Crimson, by a score of 56-50 in their Friday night matchup at home. The Quakers now have a 12-11 overall record (4-2 in conference) which puts them in third place in the Ivy standings. Harvard has a 21-2 record (7-0 Ivy) and have now won nine games in a row. They are ranked No. 21 in the nation.

The Quakers were led by Zach Rosen, who scored 16 points against Harvard. Miles Cartwright added 12 and both Fran Dougherty and Mike Howlett came off the bench to add four points. The Crimson starters were led by Kyle Casey, who scored 15 points against Penn, and Oliver McNally, who scored eight. The team overall was led by Corbin Miller, who came off the bench to score 17 points. Steve Moundou-Missi also came of the bench and added nine points.

The Quakers will look to avoid losing their second game in a row on Saturday night when they host Dartmouth at 7 p.m. (ET) while the Crimson will attempt to win 10 in a row on Saturday night at 7 p.m. in Princeton.

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