Princeton (7-7, 0-0 Ivy League) at Penn (9-5, 0-0)
Friday, 7 p.m. Saturday, 4 p.m. at the Palestra
(The game was postponed due to hazardous travel conditions caused by this week's snowstorm.)
TV, streaming, and radio: NBC Sports Philadelphia+, IvyLeagueNetwork.com, WXPN-FM (88.5)
Coaches: Steve Donahue, 3rd season at Penn (33-37); Mitch Henderson, 7th season at Princeton (126-67).
Series: Penn leads, 124-113. Princeton has won the last eight meetings.
Last meeting: Princeton never led in regulation but defeated the Quakers, 72-64, in overtime, in the Ivy League playoff semifinal, March 11 at the Palestra.
The latest: Penn is off to its best start since 2005-06. … The Quakers lead the Ivy League in seven categories, including points per game (79.4), field-goal percentage defense (41.4 percent), and rebound margin (plus 2.4). … Junior Max Rothschild is averaging 6.6 rebounds, third in the Ivy, and had a double-double against Toledo. … Princeton has won five of its last six, including a road win at previously ranked Southern California. … The Tigers lead the league in three-point shooting (40.8 percent) and threes made (9.2). … Junior guard Devin Cannady is fourth in the Ivy in scoring (18.4 points per game) and first in average minutes played (36.9).
Friday, 7 p.m. at Daskalakis Center
Streaming video: https://portal.stretchinternet.com/drexel/
Records: Drexel 6-9 (0-2 CAA), Charleston 11-3 (2-0)
Coaches: Zach Spiker, 2nd season at Drexel (15-32); Earl Grant, 4th season at Charleston (62-51).
Series: Charleston leads, 7-4.
Last meeting: The Dragons committed 12 turnovers and shot 44.2 percent in an 80-67 loss in South Carolina on Feb. 25. Kurk Lee scored 13 for Drexel. Jarrell Brantley had 22 points and nine rebounds for Charleston.