The Red and Blue own a 2-2 record with their last match dating all the way back to Feb. 2, in which Penn was edged by Temple, 4-3. Their contest scheduled for Feb. 6 with George Washington was cancelled due to the winter storm.
Leading the way for Penn, the duo of junior Alexa Ely and freshman Charlotte Ezratty boast a 2-1 mark in doubles play. In addition, they both own 3-1 records in singles -- Ely in the No. 1 position and Ezratty in the four or five. Sophomore Daniela DePaoli and freshman Emma Whitfield have been a solid combination in No. 3 doubles, earning a 3-1 record. Individually, they hold 2-2 records in singles.
Maryland has started off the spring season 0-3 with three additional matches getting postponed due to the inclement weather. They come off a 4-3 heartbreaking loss to Rutgers on Valentine's Day.
VCU has proven to be a strong force, owning a 5-2 record, including matches against five schools ranked in the top-55. Their losses come from No.1 Duke and No.14 Clemson. The Rams' enter this weekend coming off a 7-0 trounce of Temple last Saturday. They will compete at No. 39 Virginia Tech Saturday before meeting the Quakers on Sunday.