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(11/18/13 7:43pm)

*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.



(11/10/13 9:44pm)

Franklin Field saw more toast than usual as the Penn v. Princeton game attracted 21,214 fans, its largest homecoming crowd since 1996.



(11/10/13 9:44pm)

*Fifth-year senior quarterback Billy Ragone* struggled against Princeton's ruthless secondary, committing three turnovers and only completing 10 of his 31 attempts.


(11/10/13 9:44pm)

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.


(11/10/13 9:43pm)

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.



(11/10/13 9:43pm)

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.



(11/10/13 9:43pm)

*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


(11/10/13 9:43pm)

*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.



(11/09/13 5:11pm)

*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.


(11/09/13 5:10pm)

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.


(11/05/13 7:51pm)

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.


(11/05/13 7:51pm)

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.


(10/27/13 7:16pm)

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.


(10/07/13 8:55pm)

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.


(10/01/13 9:02pm)

*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.