Penalty kicks are often described in the soccer community as being entirely down to chance. On Thursday night, Penn drew the short stick.
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The celebrations are over. Now it’s back to business for Penn men’s soccer.
Wedding season may have just ended, but Penn men’s soccer put a ring on it Saturday night in Boston.
It’s amazing how much things can change in a year.
While the Penn men’s soccer senior class was honored before the game kicked off, it was a freshman duo who stole the show to give the Quakers a much-needed victory.
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Once again, the Quakers impressed by keeping up with one of the nation’s top teams for most of the 90 minutes. But it was another late goal that gave Penn men’s soccer one more close loss.
It feels good to be on top. It feels even better when you do it with a come-from-behind victory at home.
It took an unorthodox approach from coach Rudy Fuller for Penn to snap its six-game losing skidon Wednesday.
Two home games against Florida teams. Two red cards. Two losses. At least the Quakers are consistent.
Another home game against a Florida team. Another red card. Another loss. At least the Quakers are consistent.
Florida Gulf Coast’s incredible hoops run in the NCAA tournament may have ended back in March, but the Eagles’ soccer team brought plenty of madness with them Friday night at Rhodes Field.
The more, the merrier. That seems to be the men’s soccer team’s stance when it comes to captains.
Coach Rudy Fuller couldn’t have asked for much more from his team through the opening weekend of the season.
After not recording a shutout in any of its 16 games last season, the Penn defense sent a clear message Friday night: lesson learned.
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For Penn fans who believe soccer is too low scoring, the men’s team has more than enough firepower up front to prove you wrong.
After a fall season to forget, three of Penn soccer’s best dedicated their summers to improving their game so that this year will be one to remember.
On paper, Penn men’s soccer doesn’t look too different from the team that finished a disappointing 3-13 last season. But according to the players and coaches, the changes in the team can’t really be put down on paper.