Technically, two teams stepped on Franklin Field to play a game of sprint football. Based on the final score, however, only one actually showed up.
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Penn cross country has worked all season in pursuit of a dream to be amongst the region's top teams. And, with every passing week, they seem to be getting closer and closer to transforming that fantasy into reality.
Many students use fall break as an opportunity to head home. For Penn sprint football, it was a chance to leave the homey confines of Franklin Field for the third straight weekend.
In addition to their accomplishments on the pitch, Penn’s soccer teams succeed off the field. Again and again and again — 15 times to be exact.
Will the residual holiness of the papal visit bless Penn men’s soccer with its first win of the season?