6. Penn (0-3; 6)
The Quakers looked decent in their first game of the season, a 77-75 OT loss to Delaware State, but since then have done little to impress. Penn went 0-2 on the week, as they lost by 16 to Rider and by six to Lafayette.
Off to an 0-3 start, with all three losses coming at home, the Quakers find themselves in the cellar of the City 6 Rankings yet again.
5. Drexel (1-4; 5)
The Dragons picked up their first win of the season this afternoon with a two-point win over Cornell. Unfortunately for Bruiser Flint and crew, the Dragons are off to a 1-4 start to the season, including a three-point loss to fellow City 6 school Saint Joseph's.
While Damion Lee has returned to his prior form and is averaging 19 PPG on the young season, the Dragons are suffering from a slew of other injuries and could be in for a long season.
4. Saint Joseph's (2-2; 4)
Saint Joseph's picked up the program's worst loss in Phil Martelli's 20 years as coach this week when they were stomped in a 52-point loss to #13 Gonzaga.
Fortunately for Martelli, his squad rebounded somewhat nicely with a win over Vermont. The Hawks still have a long way to go and could be in for a long season, but one positive that can be taken from this week is the fact that DeAndre' Bembry broke out of his early season slump in the Vermont game, scoring 22 points and grabbing 9 rebounds.
3. Temple (2-2; 2)
The Owls fall one spot in this week's rankings after falling to #4 Duke on Friday and an unranked UNLV program on Saturday. While both losses come against solid programs, Temple's early season scoring struggles are a cause for concern.
The Owls defense has improved markedly from a year ago, but they've averaged just 56.5 PPG and will need to get to the basket more frequently if they want to put last season completely in the rearview mirror.
2. La Salle (3-0; 3)
While La Salle is off to a 3-0 start on the season, the Explorers haven't looked overly impressive so far. Their undefeated record helps them move up to the #2 spot in this week's rankings, but they will face some real tests in the coming weeks.
After a matchup with St. Francis (NY) on Tuesday, the Explorers will face off against the #9 Virginia Cavaliers at the Barclays Center, their first true test of the season.
1. Villanova (3-0; 1)
The Wildcats have looked a bit shaky so far this season and have showed plenty of weaknesses in their first three games. Despite this, Villanova is off to a 3-0 start and is definitely the most talented team in the city on paper.
Jay Wright and crew will need to be careful, however, as a meeting with #15 VCU awaits them Monday night.
By: Kyle Babcock
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