It’s on to the next one. That’s the mentality for Penn women’s lacrosse as it prepares to take on Columbia this weekend in New York.
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Sometimes you need a change of scenery. For Penn women’s lacrosse, the team will be trading the City of Brotherly Love for the Windy City to take on a strong Northwestern side this weekend.
The first win is always the hardest. For Penn women’s lacrosse, securing its first victory in the Ancient Eight on Saturday over Brown means it is ready for the title chase.
In the revolving-door world of college sports, teams know that even their best players are only around a bit longer. However, given the strength of its freshman class, Penn softball has nothing to worry about.
It’s always important to give your fans a good show. This is especially true for Penn women’s lacrosse, as they will be playing in front of generations of the program’s past champions.
Everyone knows how much first impressions matter. To start its season, Penn women’s lacrosse certainly made a statement.
The thing about momentum is that it builds. After stringing together seven consecutive victories, there may be no stopping Penn women’s squash.
Every match is special in its own way. But then there are those contests that are circled on the calendar months ahead of time. For Penn men’s tennis, that time is bright and early Sunday morning, when it will be hosting Minnesota.
Another day, another dual. For Penn wrestling, this weekend will be another test of resilience, as it will face strong opposition with minimal recovery time in between.
There’s no such thing as a day off. For Penn women’s squash, it will be heading out west to Stanford for what will be their fifth game in a one-week span.
Sometimes Red, White and Blue comes before Red and Blue. For Penn squash phenom Reeham Salah, that was the case when she joined up with Team USA for the Women’s World Team Championships last weekend in Paris, France.
All good things must come to an end. For Penn men’s squash, that includes the winning streak over crosstown rival Drexel.
Not all games are won on the court. Sometimes, the real differences are made on the sidelines, at the gym or in the locker room. That’s where the coaches factor in, and for Penn squash, that department just got a whole lot stronger.
Success breeds success. After a dominating season last year, Penn squash will look to build upon its excellent foundations with stellar new recruits for this go-around.
All’s well that ends well.
After a long journey, Penn women’s soccer will come back to Rhodes Field one last time to wrap up its 2016 campaign.
Forget about home-field advantage. On the road is where Penn women’s soccer thrives, as the Quakers extended their unbeaten stretch to 4-0-1 while traveling.
The moment the whistle blew, it was off to the races for Penn women’s soccer.
Welcome to the big league.