After a year of canceled competition, fall sports returned this season to Penn's campus. With them, many Quaker seniors were able to make one last mark on the program they dedicated their college careers to.
Fall sports have ended, but nonetheless, these Quakers' outstanding seasons are ones to remember, ranging from veteran, senior captains to inexperienced freshmen.
Now that fall sports have come to a close, here's a look at how seven Quaker teams did this year.
But for some fall sports in the Ivy League, the end of the regular season is just that: the end. Instead of preparing for a conference championship game or a conference tournament, these teams head into their offseason to prepare for the next year.
A key orchestrator of this victory and influential leader throughout the season was senior captain Gracyn Banks. In the 34th minute, Banks scored the Quakers' game-winning shot, ending her senior season with a bang.
On a beautiful Saturday in November, Penn field hockey ended its season against Dartmouth as the Quakers celebrated their seniors.
As the fall sports seasons are drawing to a close and winter seasons are opening up, multiple sports are in play. Here is a look into the multitude of games and events over the weekend.
The start of November is an eventful time for Penn Athletics. With fall sports wrapping up and winter sports beginning, there is no other time quite so exciting for the Quakers. With that in mind, let's take a look back at important events that occurred this week in Penn sports history.
Penn field hockey (8-7, 4-2 Ivy) has won its last five of six games, taking on a winning record after a 1-0 road victory over the Columbia Lions (8-8, 1-5) on Friday and a 2-0 home win against the Temple Owls (8-10) on Sunday.
The Red and Blue (6-6, 3-2 Ivy) hosted its annual Pink Game on Saturday for Breast Cancer Awareness, emerging victorious against the visiting Yale Bulldogs (6-8, 2-3). This game had a special meaning to the team following volunteer assistant coach Gretta Ehret’s diagnosis with stage IV metastatic breast cancer in August, 2019.
This past Sunday, the Quakers were looking for their first win against a nationally ranked team this season. Penn battled it out against the Blue Hens until the very end. Unfortunately, the Quakers fell short and lost by a score of 1-0.
When a young Allison Kuzyk went to the park one day, she never thought that she would find something that would change her life forever.
The Quakers had been the losers of three straight against Princeton, Syracuse, and Harvard before picking up a win at home against Cornell last week, and they kept their momentum going in the Ocean State.
Men and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, and field hockey are all in action this weekend. All Quaker teams will face Ivy League competition.
After a freshman campaign that included 14 appearances, the Dallas native is off to a blazing start in her junior year.
In a game that required extra time to determine a winner, the Quakers were able to come away with a gritty 2-1 win over Cornell.
In Ava Rosati's place back at Penn is sophomore Sabien Paumen, a native of the Netherlands who, until this season, had never played a minute of collegiate field hockey.
The Penn field hockey team came up just short against the Harvard Crimson by a score of 3-1 on Saturday.
Here is a look at what the soccer, field hockey, and volleyball teams are up against this weekend.
This weekend, Penn field hockey fell to Princeton (3-5) in the Red and Blue's first Ivy League game of the season Friday afternoon and Syracuse (6-2) on Sunday.