How can Penn women’s lacrosse continue to push the envelope and improve as a program when the eight-time reigning Ivy League champions have seen such exorbitant success in the last decade?
For Bensen, the answer is one which many comedic film series also turn to: getting more offensive.
“For the past four years that I’ve been here, our attack has been our weak point,” she said.
After winning its first six games of the season in impressive fashion, what is left for Penn’s women’s lacrosse to prove?
Now, the games really count.
Penn women’s lacrosse will dip into Ivy play on Saturday for the first time in the 2015 season, as they will travel to take on Brown.
Penn women’s lacrosse has been perched atop the Ivy League throne for so long that it’s the only view any player on the current roster has known in her collegiate career.
It’s mindboggling to look at the Quakers’ continued string of success.
Maryland managed to take down the Quakers for the second time in less than two months, capturing a 13-5 victory in the second round of the NCAA Tournament
The Quakers conquered Canisius in the first round of the NCAA tournament, 9-4