In last season’s finale, Penn and Harvard squared off on Rhodes Field to determine which team wouldn’t get last place in the conference. But on Saturday, the two will play in Boston with an Ivy League title on the line.
In his freshman year, Tyler Kinn received tough news, but has since rebounded to start in goal for Penn soccer.
With women’s and men’s soccer, field hockey and football trying to hang onto their postseason hopes and men’s hoops tipping off for the first time all season, our staff followed every high and low point of Homecoming weekend, minute-by-minute.
While the Penn men’s soccer senior class was honored before the game kicked off, it was a freshman duo who stole the show to give the Quakers a much-needed victory.
Saturday, the Quakers take on rival Princeton on Homecoming, in a must-win game for a shot at the Ivy title on senior night. What else could you ask for?
The Quakers came up short in a wild game in Providence, falling to Brown, 2-1, in double overtime and losing sole possession of first place in the Ivy League.
This weekend, Penn (6-7-1, 3-0-1 Ivy) travels to Providence to take on the Bears. The last four matchups between the two schools have resulted in a 1-0 score with two going to the Quakers and two to Brown.
The Red and Blue (6-7-1) were beaten, 2-1, on an 84th-minute goal by Penn State sophomore defender Shane Campbell in a nonconference matchup Tuesday night at Rhodes Field.
On Saturday night, the Quakers came from behind twice to beat the visiting Yale Bulldogs, 3-2, in overtime.
Penn, Yale and Princeton are tied for first after each accumulating two wins and one tie.
The Quakers maintained their undefeated Ivy League record in a physical matchup at Rhodes Field.
With two shutouts in Ivy play so far, the Penn men’s soccer team is looking for another clean sheet against the Big Green in its third Ivy contest.
A tough out-of-conference schedule and some key freshmen seemed to have changed the men’s soccer team’s luck, but poor judgment seems to be impeding its success.