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The young Penn women's soccer team faced its first big test before the regular season even started -- the Quakers squared off against perennial powerhouse Princeton in their second preseason game.

In that contest, the Red and Blue (12-1-2, 4-1 Ivy League) played the Tigers (12-1-1, 5-0) to a scoreless tie. This strong showing against an elite team was the first sign that Penn had tremendous potential.

"That was the night that everyone realized we would be a really good team," senior tri-captain Sarah Campbell said.

But the Quakers did not realize then that the next time they would play Princeton -- noon this Saturday at Rhodes Field -- their hopes for capturing the Ivy title would be on the line."

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