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Seven is sweeter for Penn women's lacrosse

Behind a clutch performance from junior midfield Shannon Mangini, Penn fought its way to a 10-9 overtime victory over Princeton (8-5, 5-1) Wednesday at Franklin Field — and a seventh straight Ivy title.

Penn women's basketball grabs fourth straight victory

The Quakers coasted to a 54-40 win over LIU-Brooklyn on Sunday. The win was Penn’s fourth straight after beginning the season 0-3, marking the first time the Quakers have reeled off four consecutive victories since February 2005.

Penn women close out Bucknell in OT

The Quakers eked out a 58-53 overtime win over Bucknell on Monday night at the Palestra. The Red and Blue’s second straight victory was again decided by single digits.

Women's soccer seeks revenge against Crimson

The Quakers (3-3) open Ivy League play Friday when they host reigning Ivy champion Harvard (3-2-1). Penn missed out on an automatic NCAA bid last season by finishing a game behind the Crimson. Harvard was the only Ivy team to beat Penn, 2-0.

Penn men's soccer adds former women's assistant coach

Men’s soccer coach Rudy Fuller described the relationship between the men’s and women’s teams at Penn as being “one program.” Perhaps no one knows this better than the newest men’s soccer assistant coach Pete Pososki, who previously served in the same role on the women’s side from 2005-10.

Quakers W. Lax set back in Hanover

Though the Penn women’s lacrosse team held the lead, 7-6, it failed to score over the last 24:45 of the game and fell to the No. 9 Big Green, 9-7.

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