With the fall season in the books, let's take a look at how each of Penn's teams did this year.
Amidst a rough season, Kuzyk was a bright spot for the field hockey team and was rewarded with a slew of postseason awards.
The three athletes all grew up in the Netherlands, where field hockey is one of the most popular sports.
The Quakers mostly contained the Crimson's attack, but conceded a goal in the third quarter.
Allison Kuzyk, Frederique Wollaert, and Ginger Fontenot received first-team recognition.
The Quakers fell 4-3 to the Blue Hens, and end the regular season with a 5-2 conference record.
The Quakers will be matched up against top-seeded Harvard in Friday's semifinal.
Roberts scored two goals in the Quakers' game against Villanova.
Men's soccer picked up its second conference win, while field hockey fell at Harvard.
Coach Colleen Fink praised her team’s mentality and ability to push themselves to learn.
Volleyball got its first conference win, while field hockey dropped its first game in Ivy play.
Field hockey stays undefeated in conference play, while men’s soccer picked up its first Ivy win.
Field hockey was able to secure a win at Columbia, while men's soccer faltered on the road.
Field hockey grabbed a tight home win over Yale while volleyball and women’s soccer suffered away losses.
Additionally, women's soccer played two Philadelphia rivals and field hockey lost twice to Big 10 teams.
Many Quaker teams have struggled out of the gate, but the best is yet to come.
Both cross country squads impressed last weekend, while men's soccer and volleyball have struggled so far.
Here are the athletes and matchups to look out for in Quaker competition this fall.
Will Penn soccer repeat as Ivy League champs? How will men's basketball fare without Jordan Dingle? These games will tell at least part of the answer.
Several members of the Class of 2023 have left indelible marks on their respective programs.