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Penn basketball's Ivy League schedule confirmed

Penn hasn't released it's men's basketball schedule yet, but since Princeton has, we now know the Quakers' conference schedule for the coming season.

Penn basketball's Ivy League schedule confirmed

Jerome Allen and Penn fell to Yale on Friday night. (Yong Kim/Staff file photo)
Jerome Allen and Penn fell to Yale on Friday night. (Yong Kim/Staff file photo)

Penn hasn't released it's men's basketball schedule yet, but since Princeton has, we now know the Quakers' conference schedule for the coming season. The biggest news items are these: the Tigers will be paying an early visit to the Palestra to start Ivy League play on January 11, and defending champion Harvard will visit on February 21.

Times haven't been confirmed yet, but if history's any guide we can expect a lot of 7:00 p.m. starts, with a few 6:00 p.m. Saturday tipoffs sprinkled in.

Here's the slate:

Saturday, January 11: vs. Princeton

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Friday, January 31: at Dartmouth
Saturday, January 1: at Harvard

Friday, February 7: vs. Cornell
Saturday, February 8: vs. Columbia

Friday, February 14: at Yale
Saturday, February 15: at Brown

Friday, February 21: vs. Harvard
Saturday, February 22: vs. Dartmouth

Friday, February 28: vs. Brown
Saturday, March 1: vs. Yale

Friday, March 7: at Columbia
Saturday, March 8: at Cornell

Tuesday, March 11: at Princeton

Here are the non-conference games that are known so far:

Saturday, November 9: vs. Temple
Sunday, November 16: vs. Penn State
Tuesday, November 26: vs. Niagara
Sunday, December 29: at Rider
Saturday, January 4: vs. La Salle
Saturday, January 25: vs. NJIT

Dates TBA: vs. Wagner, at Villanova, vs. Saint Joseph's, vs. Drexel, at Iowa

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