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Have you ever wondered what would happen if the 2009 Villanova Final Four team faced off against the 2011 Cornell Sweet Sixteen team in a basketball tournament?
Penn men’s lacrosse was represented at Baltimore’s M&T Bank Stadium on Monday. However, it wasn’t quite the way they had imagined it.
It was a tough winter for Penn and a long fall before that. But in the spring, the Quakers came into their own across all sports and found the success that we had long awaited.
Beat a rival, get a nice NCAA-style reward.
Not one. Not two. Not three. But eight championships.
The stage is set for Penn women’s lacrosse.
Two down. One to go.
Like all sports dynasties, Penn women’s lacrosse subsists on strong freshman classes year after year.
They’re all must-win games from here on out, but that’s nothing new for Penn women’s lacrosse.
Ten shots on goal. Thirteen turnovers. That’s the recipe for a loss no matter who you’re playing.
It all comes down to this.
After a few weeks off from Ivy League play, the No. 9 Penn women’s lacrosse team got back to its conference dominance against Dartmouth this weekend.
While the rest of the University is getting caught up in all sorts of Fling shenanigans, Penn women’s lacrosse will be catching up on its Ivy League slate as the team takes its talents north to New Hampshire this weekend.
For Penn women’s lacrosse, defense has always been a means for winning games. And at the heart of that stellar defense is junior goalkeeper Lucy Ferguson .
Alumni weekend and a matchup with one of its biggest nonconference rivals is the perfect recipe to help Penn women’s lacrosse move on from some turmoil last weekend.
Coach Karin Brower Corbett has been at Penn for a while now, but this spring break was a bit different for her. After all, it’s not every break that you become the program’s all-time leader in wins.
PRINCETON - It was a bit too much to ask for. A second upset win over the Tigers this season and another upset to follow the thrilling women’s game that came before.
For the first time in program history, Penn women’s basketball is postseason-bound for the second consecutive year.
With just three games left in Ivy League play, the Quakers needed every win they can get to keep pace with Princeton.