No. 67 Men's Tennis Heads North to Yale and Brown

PHILADELPHIA – The University of Pennsylvania men’s tennis team will head north to continue the Ivy season, facing Yale and No. 62 Brown. The No. 67 Quakers (14-4) will be looking for their first win in the Ancient Eight as they play their first back-to-back Ivy contests in a weekend. On Saturday, the Red and Blue will see the Bulldogs at 1 p.m. in the Cullman-Heyman Tennis Center and will then meet the Bears on Sunday at 1 p.m.

The Series with Brown
Overall:Penn leads, 40-21
First Meeting:The Quakers lost at Brown, 6-3, in 1958
Last Meeting: Earlier this season, the Quakers’ first loss of the season came to the Bears at the ECAC Championships by a score of 4-3.
Notables: Five of the past seven match-ups against the Bears have been decided by a margin of 4-3, with the most recent being earlier this season at the ECAC Championships.

The Series with Yale
Overall:Yale leads 66-25
First Meeting:The Quakers lost in 1912, 9-0
Last Meeting: In 2014, the Quakers lost at home, 4-2.
Last Penn Win:Penn’s last win over Yale came at home in 2008, winning 6-1.
Notables: Yale has taken the last six meetings, winning three of the matches by a score of 5-2.

Ivies in the ITA
27 Princeton
28 Columbia
36 Harvard
50 Dartmouth
55 Cornell
62 Brown
67 Penn