PHILADELPHIA The Penn women’s tennis team is in New England for two pivotal Ivy League matches. The Quakers have a match at Dartmouth on Friday at 3 p.m., followed by Harvard on Saturday at 12 p.m. The Red and Blue is looking to pick up their first conference win of the season with the leagues tougher opponents behind them. The Quakers post a 1-12 overall record and are 0-3 in the Ancient Eight.
Senior Lauren Sadaka continues to have a standout season for the Quakers. Last weekend, she won both her doubles matches with partner Emily Wolf, while going 1-1 in singles play.
Scouting the Crimson
Harvard is 9-7 overall and is on top of the Ivy League at 2-0. The Crimson is coming off victories against Columbia (6-1) and Cornell (7-0) and is currently amidst a four-match winning streak.
Scouting the Big Green
The Big Green is currently 7-10 overall and 1-1 in the conference after picking up its first Ivy win of the season in Dartmouth’s most recent match. The Quakers defeated Columbia 6-1 in New York City. The Big Green’s only league loss was at the hands of Cornell, 4-3.