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Field Hockey

10/26/12 12:26am
This homecoming weekend, the Quakers will pay tribute to former captain Kate Gray, who is undergoing her final round of chemotherapy to treat chondroblastic osteogenic sarcoma, a form of bone cancer.
10/24/12 11:10pm
The Quakers (8-7, 2-3 Ivy) snapped a six-game losing streak to the Wildcats (6-12) and an eight-game losing streak at Villanova. Before Wednesday, the Red and Blue’s last victory at Villanova came in 1994. But the Quakers weren’t worried about history.
10/24/12 12:40am

Field hockey overcomes early deficit in 3-2 win

Penn responded to an early deficit and pulled out a 3-2 win on the road at Yale. The Quakers finished their Connecticut trip the next day, falling 4-2 to Fairfield.
10/18/12 1:36am
Only one win that separates this season’s Penn field hockey team from tying its overall win record from the past two seasons combined.
10/17/12 12:27am
In the best season of her collegiate career, senior Kyle deSandes-Moyer is finally seeing her years of hard work pay off.
10/14/12 10:18pm

Quakers fall in double-overtime thriller

On Friday, Penn field hockey fell to Columbia at Franklin Field, 3-2, in double overtime.
10/11/12 10:17pm
Although the Red and Blue have won seven of the last 10 against the Lions, they lost last year on the road by a score of 5-1.
10/07/12 10:54pm

Offense dominates in Penn field hockey win

Field hockey sophomore Emily Corcoran netted her first goal of the season and Penn’s final score of Sunday’s game as the Quakers beat Radford, 4-0.
10/05/12 1:40am

Field hockey looks to stay on the right side of .500

The Red and Blue are coming off a two-game road swing and hoping home-field advantage will help set them straight after dropping two consecutive games. They are currently 3-1 on their home turf.
10/04/12 12:57am
Penn held tight to Lafayette throughout the first half, with the Leopards carrying a 2-1 lead into halftime. Ultimately though, Lafayette pulled away from the Quakers during a five-minute span early in the second.
10/03/12 1:53am

Penn scoring attack led by veterans, rookies alike

Hasson and Hitti form the core of a Penn offense that has, despite a recent setback at Dartmouth, been productive this season, scoring four or more goals in each of the team’s five victories.
10/01/12 1:05am
Saturday afternoon, the Penn field hockey team fell at Dartmouth, 2-0, snapping its two-game winning streak.
09/27/12 10:59pm

Sokach shining as first-year starter for Penn field hockey

First-year starting goalie Carly Sokach will put her instincts to the test Saturday when the Quakers (5-3, 1-1 Ivy) visit Dartmouth (4-4, 1-1) for one of their toughest challenges of the season.
09/26/12 12:27am
Colleen Fink was brought in to be the head coach in 2010 after a successful venture at nearby Haverford College. There, she took the Fords from 10th place to fifth in the Division III Centennial Conference — propelling the program from irrelevance to the playoffs.
09/25/12 1:09am
Plans are in motion to create an AstroTurf field for Penn’s field hockey program, to be located just south of Rhodes Field.
09/24/12 1:15am
Penn goalkeeper Carly Sokach saved a penalty stroke with 12 minutes left against Harvard Saturday, and the Quakers ultimately prevailed for their first Ivy win of the year.
09/21/12 1:32am
The Crimson, who will take on the Quakers at Franklin Field on Saturday morning, have scored just three goals in five games so far this season.
09/20/12 1:18am
Elizabeth Hitti’s goal with just over five minutes remaining gave Penn a 4-3 win over La Salle and the oh-so-desperate boost it needed heading into its Ivy home opener against Harvard on Saturday.
09/17/12 1:38am

Penn field hockey falls in Ivy opener to Cornell

Big Red junior Hannah Balleza recorded her first career hat trick, notching three goals in the game’s first 22 minutes.
09/13/12 12:35am
Rider’s stifling defense kept the Red and Blue (3-2) out of goalkeeper Alicia Carthan’s cage altogether, putting an end to a streak of four games with two scores or more for the Quakers.