With three more games left to play in the season, the Penn men’s soccer team (10-1-2, 4-0 Ivy) looks to continue its strong form with the hopes of securing its first top finish in the Ivy League since 2013. Vital to the Quakers’ recent success has been their collective ability to transition from defense to attack and their strong team chemistry.
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Since the beginning of the season in early September, Penn men’s soccer (9-1-1, 3-0 Ivy) has built an impressive record, winning nine of its first 11 games and all three of its first Ivy League games, including Saturday's huge contest at No. 15 Cornell, which the Quakers took 3-2.
Over Penn men's soccer's last four games — all wins — the team has tallied a total of 18 goals, shining offensively en route to a 5-1-1 record. Less outwardly noticeable, though, is the Quaker defense, which hasn't conceded more than one goal in any of its first seven games.