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Credit: Julia Schorr

In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, scoreless streaks were extended for Penn's two soccer teams, running backs kept the ball moving, and defenses came up strong.

Consecutive minutes since Penn men’s soccer’s last goal following another 0-0 draw, this weekend against Marist. The Quakers last scored four games ago, with an overtime winner against Marquette.




Consecutive minutes since Penn women’s soccer’s last conceded goal after a 0-0 draw against Harvard. The Red and Blue have given up just three goals in eight games so far this season.




Saves made by field hockey goalie Ava Rosati this weekend in two games. Rosati has 41 saves and a .707 save percentage through eight games, both of which are third in the Ivy League.



Rushing yards by sprint football senior running back Jake Klaus in the Quakers’ 16-7 win over Cornell. Klaus also added two touchdowns in a career day.




Number of negative rushes for Penn football in its 30-10 win over Lehigh. This marks the first time the Quakers have not had a negative rush in a game in coach Ray Priore’s tenure.




Players for Penn football who have recorded at least one sack through two games. The Quakers’ defensive front has dominated the opposing offensive line in both games, tallying 17 total sacks.





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