Though the Ivy Classic remained close throughout its duration, ultimately the Quakers were forced to settle for the bronze for the third year in a row.
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After losing five players from last season and welcoming eight fresh faces, the Quakers are looking to build upon their success against St. Joseph’s Wednesday with another strong showing against Monmouth tomorrow.
Penn was held to just four hits total in both games at Villanova yesterday, losing 8-0 in the first game and 1-0 in the next.
Following back-to-back .500 finishes in Ivy play, the women’s softball team finds itself in a welcome position — first place.
With a six-game winning streak on their heels, the women’s softball team will take on center city challenger Temple in a doubleheader today.
After a weekend of two brutal losses and two close victories, the Penn softball team will try and break its up-and-down streak with a pair of wins against Lafayette today.
The Quakers fell short this weekend, losing three of four to the Big Red, including a complete-game no-hitter from Elizabeth Dalrymple on Sunday.
The Penn softball team proved once again that it can’t hang with nonconference opponents at the plate, falling 7-0 and 8-2 to the Dragons.
Despite scoring the opening goal, the Quakers were swallowed by the Broncs’ aggressive offense as they fell to an 8-3 loss.
The squad continued to show its strong defensive prowess in its first match against St. Joseph’s, shutting them out, 1-0. However, in the final match, Penn allowed two second-half goals, losing the tournament to Dayton.
The women’s soccer team kicked off its Ivy season with a big 4-3 victory over two-time defending champions Harvard Friday.
Kerry Scalora — one of three impressive freshman Quakers — was named co-Rookie of the Week after scoring two goals against Navy.
Penn launched its first tailgate two weeks ago at the football season opener, and organizers hope the tradition will continue before every home game.
Defending free kicks, corners and throw-ins has been one of the Quakers’ biggest obstacles all season. In their only Ivy League loss of the season, the decisive goal came off a corner.
In their final match of the season, the first-place Quakers will take on second-place Princeton in a high stakes match. To the victor goes the Ivy League championship and an NCAA tournament bid.
After going 2-26 in his first season, women's basketball coach Mike McLaughlin looks to his young talent to build a solid foundation for the future.
Penn's Tuesday opponent Niagara is off to a difficult start this season, losing its first five games and breaking the 60-point mark just once this season.
After Alyssa Baron’s missed free throw, Niagara’s Kayla Stroman hit a three-pointer with six seconds remaining, leaving Penn with a crushing 52-51 loss.
The Quakers haven’t beaten a Big 5 team in six years, but that’s what they’ll be up against tonight when St. Joseph’s comes to the Palestra.
After crushing Maine, 69-48, Friday, the Penn women’s basketball team enters winter break in a much different position than it did last season.