Expect some changes when you walk into Franklin Field for the Quakers’ home opener on Oct. 4.
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Penn women’s soccer lost 5-1 to No. 3 Stanford in its opening game, but this match may have been the next big step toward national relevance for the program.
Even if it is not obvious from the final score, the Quakers can take away several positives from their season opener on Friday night.
After 41 years, there may be light at the end of the tunnel.
All good things must come to an end.
After clinching their 10th straight berth to the Ivy League Tournament last weekend, the Quakers finally know what seed they will be.
Not everything shows up on the stat sheet, but speed is always nice to have.
Meme expert. Spikeball extraordinaire. Most goals in a season in Penn history?
Junior faceoff specialist Kyle Gallagher knows the best way to score is when you give your team the ball.
Senior midfielder Alex Roesner rounded the back of the net as time ticked off the game clock, looking for a teammate. Then he found junior attackman Adam Goldner.
The season starts over on Saturday.
With four games left in the season, every game feels like a must-win for the Quakers.
Following her outstanding performance against Columbia and Cornell, senior forward Princess Aghayere earned co-Ivy League and Big 5 Player of the Week honors.
With one second to go on the clock, Duke scored a wrap-around goal at what appeared to be an impossible angle to cap off the first quarter. That’s how the day went for the Quakers, where seemingly nothing would bounce their way.
Only 215 days until kickoff.
Penn track continued its hot start to the season with great performances this weekend.
The Quakers are out to seek vengeance.
On Tuesday night, Penn basketball blew out Lafayette, 91-61, to continue its perfect start to the season.
A shot at redemption.