In a year marked by attrition and adversity, the Quakers fought hard for their 8-9 record in 2014. And this leaves the Red and Blue in a situation both exciting and precarious looking towards 2015, a year which could reasonably be marked by either further struggles or breakthrough.
And so it begins.
Penn field hockey will kick off its 2015 campaign this weekend as it travels to Virginia to battle Liberty on Friday before facing Longwood Sunday afternoon.
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The 2015-16 school year is about to get underway, and along with new students filling into Huntsman Hall and the Quad, a handful of rookies have a chance to make an immediate impact for Penn Athletics.
Despite a forgettable record and the loss of six seniors in 2014, Penn field hockey looks poised to make waves in the upcoming season.
The Quakers battled down to the wire with a high-powered Princeton squad, only to drop a heartbreaker, 4-3.
With a satisfying victory on Senior Day in the rearview mirror, Penn field hockey will wrap up its 2014 campaign on Saturday when it heads to Princeton to take on its rival in the season finale.
This weekend was one of ups and downs for Penn field hockey.
What a way to go out. On Senior Day, the Quakers took their seniors out on top, outlasting Brown, 2-1, on a cold and rainy Saturday afternoon on Ellen Vagelos field.
Senior day is fast approaching for Penn field hockey at Ellen Vagelos Field, presenting the opportunity for the squad to send off its six seniors and jump above .500 on the season.
In a game characterized by Penn field hockey looking both
strong at times and vulnerable at others, the Quakers began to build a winning
streak against a local rival on Tuesday.
We analyze what makes the difference between a win and a loss for Penn field hockey
Getting away for the weekend, Penn field hockey traveled to New Haven and overcame an early deficit to beat Yale, 2-1.
The Quakers (5-7, 1-3 Ivy), having dropped their previous four matches, notched an impressive nonconference victory with a 5-0 win over Longwood.
Seniors Helene Caniglia and MaryRose Croddick have been there every step of the way as the program has reinvented itself and gained a new home at Ellen Vagelos Field.
The Quakers lost an overtime heartbreaker to Columbia on Saturday but rebounded to pick up an impressive 5-0 victory over Longwood on Sunday.
As the saying goes, it’s always darkest just before dawn. Penn field hockey will certainly hope that that adage rings true as it prepares to host pair of games against Columbia and Longwood this weekend.
The Quakers dropped two games against Monmouth and Maryland – two tough nonconference opponents – dropping their overall record on the year to 4-6.
The Quakers dropped Thursday’s nonconference pairing with Monmouth, 4-2, the second straight loss for a Penn team that now drops below the .500 mark to 4-5. All five losses have been by two goals or less.
Over the past two weeks, Penn field hockey has dived headfirst into Ivy play, winning one of their first three conference contests. This weekend, though, the Quakers will get a break from the Ancient Eight grind.
Watching senior Allison Weisenfels in goal for Penn field hockey, you wouldn’t expect that she has only played in two games prior this season. What’s even more surprising is that this is her first season as goalkeeper.