It was a night of firsts.
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Friday night lights.
When one door closes, another opens.
Old habits die hard.
A Monday night, under the lights, and everything was alright for Penn men’s soccer in its 2019 home opener.
While many students are just arriving back to campus to begin the school year, fall sports are ending their preseason training sessions.
In 2007, Penn women’s soccer made its mark on Ivy League soccer history after winning the conference title outright.
For Penn men's lacrosse, it isn’t lonely at the top.
Spring has sprung and fall sports have faded, especially for some graduating seniors.
The climb up the Ivies starts now.
The Quakers got in, got out, and got the big win.
New year, new face, new impact.
Fifteen weeks into the 2018-2019 season, the Quakers will finally host an Ivy weekend series.
Sports teams can be like families and for Erin Kiely, Penn swimming got even more familial when her sister Katie joined the team in the fall.
For the first time in 17 years, Penn has the opportunity to win the Big 5 outright.
Sports have seen some impressive last-ditch, Hail Mary shots from distant corners of the court, but few people have witnessed the likes of Kristen Daley’s bucket from the middle of the Palestra stands.
Penn entered the Hornets' nest and came out unscathed.
After getting ahead, the next step is to stay ahead.
They don’t want a piece. They want the whole thing.
The Quakers may be down three starters and a key reserve from last season, but their schedule this year won't be any easier.