*Senior captain Jonny Dolezal* has been a crucial part of Penn men soccer's turnaround this season, going from 3-13 a year ago to Ivy League champions in 2013.
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In his time with the Quakers, former Penn quarterback Billy Ragone set a school record for touchdowns.
Franklin Field saw more toast than usual as the Penn v. Princeton game attracted 21,214 fans, its largest homecoming crowd since 1996.
Penn's cheerleaders had a raucous Homecoming crowd to cheer on Saturday.
*Fifth-year senior quarterback Billy Ragone* struggled against Princeton's ruthless secondary, committing three turnovers and only completing 10 of his 31 attempts.
Princeton's *junior quarterback Quinn Epperly* put on an offensive clinic at Franklin Field, contributing 268 yards in the air and four total touchdowns en route to a 38-26 victory over Penn.
The Quakers had many missed opportunities against the Tigers, for example, this attempt at a tough reception by *senior wide receiver Conner Scott*, a catch that was just out of reach.
Penn had a lot to celebrate in the early going vs. Princeton.
Despite losing the game 38-26, Penn led through most of the first half, 16-0, thanks to a stout defensive effort and methodical rushing attack led by *junior running backs Spencer Kulcsar* and Kyle Wilcox.
*Head coach Al Bagnoli* giving the referee his honest opinion after a call that went against the Red and Blue Saturday.
*Senior defensive back Evan Jackson* goes for an interception but simultaneously catches the ball with Princeton's Connor Kelley. By rule, Kelley was rewarded the catch, much to the chagrin of Penn's coaches
*Junior running back Kyle Wilcox* was denied aceeptance by Princeton's football program as a high schooler but couldn't get revenge on the Tigers Saturday.
*The beloved Quaker* valiantly runs with the Red and Blue through Franklin Field on Saturday.
*Princeton junior quarterback Quinn Epperly* celebrates after a late touchdown as the Tigers overcame an early deficit to beat Penn. Princeton's 5-0 Ivy record comes just two years after a 1-9 season.
Billy Ragone's pass was just out of the reach of *senior wide receiver Conner Scott*, as Penn let an early 16-0 lead slip away, losing 38-26 on Homecoming to Princeton.
In Penn’s second game of the Women’s Basketball Invitational, *then-junior captain Alyssa Baron* hit a dramatic game-winning three with 0.8 seconds left.
2013-14 will be the fifth season at the helm for *Penn coach Mike McLaughlin.* This season, McLaughlin’s squad will be a top contender for the Ivy League crown after finishing with nine conference wins a year ago.
After taking the reigns earlier this season, *freshman QB Mike McCurdy* has played outstanding by passing for 1,235 yards and 13 touchdowns to two INTs in six games.
Penn men’s soccer faced an even bigger challenge in its contest against Cornell. No one favored the Quakers — who had lost six of seven — against the defending Ivy champs. The Red and Blue played stout defense, though, just enough to make *Jonny Dolezal’s* goal off of a Duke Lacroix corner kick hold up for a stunning 1-0 win and new life in the Ancient Eight.
*Junior running back Mike Beamish* has had the opportunity to run behind a stellar core of offensive linemen over the past three seasons. The “bro-line”, as the line calls itself, has helped Penn rush for 2,325 yards over the past two-plus seasons.