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Field Hockey

10/18/13 8:59pm

Penn field hockey tamed by Lions in overtime, 4-3

After losing a 3-2 overtime thriller to Columbia last season, the Quakers suffered a very similar result on Friday in New York, falling to the Lions 4-3 in overtime.
10/17/13 8:19pm
The Red and Blue travel to New York to take on Columbia, a team that was just blown out 6-0 by Albany. The Lions (5-7, 1-2 Ivy) are among six teams in the conference with a 1-2 record, with the lone exceptions being the undefeated Quakers (9-2, 3-0 Ivy) and the Tigers.
10/13/13 2:20pm
Five different Quakers scored as Penn (9-2, 3-0 Ivy) beat UMass-Lowell (1-13), 5-0, on Sunday afternoon.
10/09/13 7:27pm

Penn field hockey wins another overtime battle

For the second time in just four days, it took an overtime game-winning goal from junior Emily Corcoran to give Penn a ‘W,’ this time at Rider, 4-3.
10/06/13 7:22pm
Emily Corcoran, the team’s second-leading scorer split two defenders at the top of the circle, put a spin move on another and fired a low, net-seeking shot to give the Quakers (7-2, 3-0 Ivy) their best start in Ivy play since 1995.
10/02/13 7:31pm
After the Quakers were shut out for the first time all year, falling to Lafayette, 4-0, coach Colleen Fink held her team for 20 minutes.
10/01/13 8:01pm
Jasmine Cole and Elise Tilton are just freshmen, but they’re playing like they’ve been at this for a while.
09/28/13 1:50pm
Even away from Ellen Vagelos field, Penn field hockey keeps adding on to its string of success, beating Harvard, 1-0.
09/25/13 6:20pm
The Quakers now enjoy a three-game winning streak after a 3-2 victory over La Salle.
09/21/13 3:56pm
The Quakers couldn’t have come out of the afternoon looking much better in their inaugural match at the new Vagelos Field, notching a thrilling 4-3 victory over the Big Red.
09/17/13 12:08am
For Penn field hockey’s Helene Caniglia, going home and visiting the family doesn’t necessarily mean a break from athletics. The current junior midfield has four siblings, all of whom played or currently plays a sport in college.
09/15/13 8:16pm
In their second game of the season on Friday, Penn delivered a forceful offensive performance against Saint Joseph’s. The impressive 5-2 victory was highlighted by a hat trick from speedy freshman Jasmine Cole. But on Sunday, the Red and Blue couldn’t get off to the same hot start, losing 2-1 to Bucknell
09/13/13 6:50pm

Penn field hockey stays aggressive, undefeated

Penn’s emerging freshman attack Jasmine Cole put up a hat trick to lead the Quakers to a 5-2 victory on the road against city rival St. Joseph’s.
09/12/13 8:09pm
With a game Friday at winless St. Joseph’s (0-4) and a Sunday matchup at .500 Bucknell (2-0), this weekend represents an opportunity for the Quakers to head into the Ivy League season with a winning record, potentially even an undefeated one.
09/10/13 1:05am
Sophomore Elizabeth Hitti has always loved hockey, but it hasn’t always been the kind played on turf.
09/08/13 5:16pm
Coming off of a 9-8 campaign from a year ago, the Penn women’s field hockey team showed numerous characteristics of a team that has what it takes to win in its thrilling 5-4 victory over Lehigh in its 2013 season opener.
08/20/13 2:11pm
With committed players and a talented coach like Fink, anything is possible for this year’s Quakers.
06/19/13 9:30pm

Tony | Field hockey finally gets opportunity to compete

The first field hockey-only field in Penn history will be complete with AstroTurf and ready for the Quakers this fall.
06/19/13 9:27pm
After years of being pushed aside by Penn, the field hockey program is finally getting a home of its own.
11/05/12 12:18am

BRIEF | Field hockey falls to almighty Princeton

On Saturday morning, the Quakers fell to No. 2 Princeton in New Jersey, 7-0, as the Tigers completed a perfect Ivy record and earned another conference championship. But Penn (9-8, 3-4) had already clinched its first winning record since 2006 and most Ivy victories since ‘08.