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Senior kicker Jack Soslow had a historic day in Penn football's season opening win over Bucknell.

Credit: Zach Sheldon

This weekend, Penn football senior kicker Jack Soslow picked up right where he left off from his first team All-Ivy season last year.

On Monday, Soslow was named Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week after drilling two field goals from 45+ yards in the Quakers' 34-17 win over Bucknell.

Soslow's kicks — from 49 and 48 yards — were good to tie the sixth and tenth longest field goal makes in school history and also make him the first Penn player to notch two kicks from those distances in the same game.

The Bryn Mawr, PA native also connected on all four of PAT attempts in the game, extending his streak of successful extra point kicks to 40.

Soslow previously was named Ivy League Special Teams Player of the Week in 2017 after he was three for three on field goal attempts in Penn's 23-6 win on the road over Harvard

If the senior can continue to produce, Penn's offense will have another reliable weapon as it seeks to win its third Ivy League title in four years.