In a similar setup to last Saturday’s contest, the Quakers will play the Tigers who are undefeated and have yet to give up an individual match. The Red and Blue will be challenged in all spots of the ladder as the Tigers have seven players listed in the Top 20, led by senior Mauricio Sanchez of Mexico who is ranked No. 3.
In Penn’s last match, Trinity ended the Quakers’ four-match winning streak that dated back to Dec. 7 when the Red and Blue defeated Brown, 8-1. In what has become typical for the undefeated Bantams this season, they won all nine matches.