It's a busy weekend for Penn Athletics as sprint football, field hockey, and volleyball all have competitions scheduled.
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Even as a defender, senior Sam Wancowicz netted the second most goals on the team last year. Now entering his final campaign, the full-back looks set to continue as both a defensive and attacking threat on Penn's right flank.
In their freshman seasons, Emily Sands and Emma Loving led the team in assists and goals respectively.
Junior Jerel Blades's ability to spark a quick counter-attack on the wing is crucial for the team's success this season.
Senior defenseman Sam Wancowicz will look to help lead Penn soccer to its first win of the season, but the offense will have to step up for a team that has been held scoreless to this point.
Former Penn football star and 2017 graduate Alek Torgersen was released by the Atlanta Falcons last week, but landed on his feet when the Washington Redskins quickly scooped him up for their practice squad.
Sophomore goalkeeper Kitty Qu was the big star for Penn women's soccer in a pair of low-scoring draws.
Senior forward/midfielder Rachel Huang was the lone goal scorer for the Quakers against UNC this Sunday.
Senior captain and forward/midfielder Rachel Huang and her teammates have to hit the ground running this weekend, as they take on top-ranked North Carolina in just their second game of the year.
Four Penn Athletics teams will feature in six nationally televised games this fall — with ESPN's online streaming platform, ESPN3, showing some of the Quakers' most high-stakes contests throughout the season.
As one of several stars returning on Penn football's defense, junior safety Sam Philippi will have to raise his game even further for the Quakers to surpass their predicted third-place finish.
Rising junior Mark Andrew competed in the 100 yard freestyle, the 400 yard IM, and the 200 yard IM at the 2017 Phillips 66 National Championships and World Championship Trials.
Senior captain and center forward Alexa Hoover has proven her talent as she already holds school records in both goals and points.
Rising senior forward Alexa Hoover was selected to compete in the 2017 Young Women’s National Championship, but is unable to attend due to her summer course schedule.