This weekend the second-seed No. 10 Quakers head up to Cambridge, Mass., to compete in the Ivy League tournament against third-seed No. 11 Cornell on Friday
As the smell of fresh barbeque wafted over Penn Park, the Penn club men’s lacrosse team finished the last few minutes of the first round of the NCLL tournament.
Over the river and through the woods, to Radnor the Quakers go.
After winning three of its four contests against the Tigers, the Quakers are now sitting pretty, with a 2.5-game lead over trailing Columbia.
It isn’t about how you start, but how you finish. And with Penn men’s lacrosse’s Ancient Eight season coming to a close on Saturday, the Red and Blue certainly finished on a high note.
Less than 24 hours after David Guetta graces Penn with his presence at Franklin Field, the Penn men’s lacrosse team will look to electrify a crowd of its own when it hosts first place Harvard.
Pat Berkery has been an essential part of Penn men’s lacrosse offense after not touching the field during his rookie season.
The No. 15 Quakers will face off against Brown on Alumni day this Saturday in their fourth Ivy contest.
Searching for its first conference victory against Yale, the Red and Blue picked up a season-saving victory over the Elis, 6-5.
This Saturday the Quakers will compete in their third Ivy contest. With two losses to two of the top teams in the league behind them, the men’s lacrosse team is in the hunt for its first conference win.
Penn men’s lacrosse split its slate of games over spring break.
This weekend, Penn men’s lacrosse will take on a familiar foe - in both proximity and in style.
No. 20 Penn men’s lacrosse team hosted No. 6 Denver on Saturday and came away with a 12-10 win that was by no means predictable from the start.
After winning the game’s opening face off, senior attack Danny Feeney charged to the goal and scored, all within a mere six seconds. It was a sign of things to come.
After a nine month layoff and rejuvenated following a surprising 2012-13 campaign, the Penn men’s lacrosse team begins its season against defending the national champions, No. 1 Duke.
In his third year as Penn's Director of Lacrosse Operations and a former goalkeeper for the Quakers, Ted Rawlings is very much the face of Penn lacrosse.
Penn's senior goalkeeper is not only instrumental for Penn men's lacrosse on the field, but also in terms of team dynamics.
While most upperclassmen are on the hunt for jobs this time of year, Penn senior midfield Zack Losco doesn't have to worry about what lies ahead.
When Penn gymnastics takes to the mats this weekend, it will be for more than just numbers on a page. This Sunday’s meet against West Chester and Rutgers is the annual Think Pink weekend.
The Red and Blue fought for every tenth to pull it together and, for the first time this season, surpass the 190 mark placing second behind Temple with 190.550.