Penn enters the match with a 5-4 overall and 1-2 record in Ivy play. Leading the way for Penn, junior Porter Drake boasts a 6-3 individual record this season, followed closely by Froot, Trevor McGuinness, and James Clark each with 5-4 records. The Red and Blue hope to get back on the winning side following last weekend's loss to No. 1 Trinity. The Bantams broke Penn's four match win streak and extended theirs to 212 straight.
Princeton comes into Wednesday's match with a 5-1 record and 2-0 in the Ivy League. The Tigers have not seen official match action since Dec. 13, when they fell to Rochester 5-4.