Fran Dougherty led Penn (6-16, 3-5) with 15 points.
Tony Hicks scored 24 points and Penn upset Harvard 75-72 Saturday night.
Zack Rosen made two free throws with 23 seconds left and Pennsylvania finished the game strong with a 55-54 win over Harvard on Saturday night.
Saint Joe’s blew an 11-point lead in the closing 10½ minutes and lost 74-69 to No. 24 Harvard on Saturday.
Penn head coach Al Bagnoli says there’s a big difference between finishing 6-4 or finishing 5-5.
Harvard quarterback Collier Winters threw for a score and ran for another, keeping the Crimson in first place in the Ivy League with a 37-20 win over Pennsylvania on Saturday.
Harvard is a perfect 5-0 in the Ancient 8 (7-1 overall), and Penn is just a game behind, at 4-1 (5-3 overall).
One of college football’s best rivalries will be on display on Saturday at Franklin Field, as the Penn Quakers host the Princeton Tigers.
Keith Wright had 25 points, but it was Oliver McNally’s jumper with 11 seconds left in double overtime that lifted Harvard to an 83-82 victory over Pennsylvania on Saturday night.