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For Penn, a win on Tuesday would put the Quakers at .500 overall for the first time since the 2006-07 season and push them to 8-6 in the Ivy League, which would put them in a third-place tie with Yale.
Following Saturday night, when Harvard defeated Princeton, Tuesday's game at The Palestra has taken on added significance for the Tigers regarding the Ivy League championship race. At 11-2 in the Ivy League standings, Princeton must defeat Penn in order to finish in a tie with Harvard and force a one-game playoff to determine the Ancient Eight's NCAA Tournament representative. If Penn wins Tuesday night's game, Harvard will be the conference's outright champion and earns its first NCAA bid.
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