Two weeks ago, Penn men’s lacrosse had its collective back against the wall.
Off to a 0-3 conference start, the Quakers knew they’d have to win out to have any hope of an Ivy League Tournament appearance.
As Penn men's lacrosse prepares for a do-or-die matchup with Dartmouth, its team captain has earned a place in a race for some prestigious individual recognition.
The Senior CLASS (Celebrating Loyalty and Achievement for Staying in School) Award, given annually, recognizes those who best live up to both parts of student-athlete title.
Matt McMahon, a key cog in the Red and Blue defense since 2012, was named as one of 10 finalists for the award last week.
Winless in its first three Ivy League contests, Penn men’s lacrosse had nowhere to go but up in its matchup with No.
It’s time to get down to business.
After dropping its first two games of the 2015 Ivy League season, Penn men’s lacrosse will look to turn its fortunes around as it takes on No.
Rivalry games can provide some of a team’s best moments.
As Penn men’s lacrosse learned Saturday, it can also provide some frustrating defeats.
Penn men's lacrosse snapped a two-game skid in the slushy Lehigh Valley weather on Tuesday night.
The Quakers pulled out a 9-6 win over Lafayette with some unexpected help from senior midfielder Chris Moriarty, who led the way with a hat trick.
Penn (3-2) got a solid effort in goal from junior Jimmy Sestilio, who made 10 saves and strengthened his case to win what appears to be an up-for-grabs position in net.
Jason Sands scored the first goal of the game for the Leopards, but the Quakers struck twice in quick succession with goals from Moriarty and senior Chris Hupfeldt.
It hasn't been quite the start of the season that Penn men’s lacrosse had hoped for.
Three games into the young season, Penn men’s lacrosse is undefeated no more.