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Penn Falls to Harvard

For the second year in a row, Penn Quakers dropped a tough loss 63-38 to Harvard. Harvard defeated the Quakers by 30 last year and fell short 63-38 last night. Penn has a young squad and had their first games on consecutive days this time this season. Unfortunately, they ran up against defending champion Harvard, The Crimson are experienced and came into the game more rested than the Quakers. It showed in the game as Penn struggled with fatigue and execution.

Harvard dominated from early with a 10-2 lead going into the first media time out. The Crimson led 36-15 going into halftime and started the second half with a four point run. The game reached a 30 point deficit and never looked back. Penn’s Matt Howard was the only Quaker to reach double figures with 11 points. Harvard had four of their five starters score double digits.

Penn drops to 6-11, 1-2 in Ivy League play. It is back to the drawing board for Penn as they prepare for their next Ivy League back to back games this upcoming weekend away against Cornell Friday night and Columbia on Saturday.  

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