This season will be the first time Penn soccer, field hockey, sprint football, and football teams will be stepping on the field in competitions since 2019.
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In honor of senior athletes who were unable to compete in their final seasons, we look back at their achievements and time at Penn.(Golf Rina Jung Photo from Rina Jung)
Urbas will be joined next season by his younger brother Lance C'25.
Sophomore captain Cole Urbas will look to lead Penn wrestling to success when the team returns to the mat.
Sophomore Lucas Monroe answered 15 questions about his time with Penn men's basketball, his time as a college student, and his broader life aspirations.
Senior defender Katharine Larson has started 45 of the 46 games she has played thus far for Penn women's soccer.
Quarterback Eddie Jenkins led the Quakers for three years and brought home the CSFL MVP Award after his final season.
Top row (from left to right): Phoebe Sterba, AJ Brodeur, Nia Akins, Adam Goldner, and Mark Evanchick. Middle row (from left to right): Alexa Hoover, Kyle Wilcox (second to left), and Kyle Thorton, Kyle Gallagher, and Mitchell Holcomb. Bottom row (from left to right): Christian Scafidi, Peter Matt, Evan Lee, and Ryan Betley.
Top row (from left to right): Anthony Russo, Autumn Leak, Ryan Cragun. Middle row (from left to right): Sizzy Lawton, Kai Lammers, Elita Van Staden. Bottom row (from left to right): Laquan McKever, Peyton Raun, Ariana Gardizy.
Adam Goldner (left) and Mark Evanchick (right) will continue their lacrosse careers in Major League Lacrosse with the Philadelphia Barrage.
Penn sprint football senior quarterback Eddie Jenkins (left)
After scoring 56 goals last year, Adam Goldner is off to a hot start to this season. His two goals against Duke helped propel Penn to a 15-11 victory.