The Golden Rams needed just one goal to best the Quakers, 1-0.
For the third straight season, the Penn field hockey team suffered a shutout defeat to intrastate rival, Lafayette.
The Penn field hockey team suffered a defeat at the hands of Big 5 rival Villanova for the second consecutive year, losing by a score of 4-0.
With Saturday’s 4-0 loss to Cornell (4-1, 1-0 Ivy), the Quakers dropped their fourth consecutive Ivy League opener and have just one win over four games.
The Penn defense held off the Tribe’s attack on Saturday, defeating William and Mary 1-0, while Davidson narrowly edged out the Quakers Sunday, 4-3.
In her first year with the Quakers, coach Colleen Quinn Fink has already implemented some changes including fast-paced and game-like preseason practices.
Despite scoring the opening goal, the Quakers were swallowed by the Broncs’ aggressive offense as they fell to an 8-3 loss.
For the first time since 1995, the Penn field hockey team = will have new blood leading it on the sidelines after Val Cloud stepped down from the program at the conclusion of last season.
Athletic Director Steve Bilsky announced Colleen Quinn Fink as the new field hockey coach for the 2010-11 season Tuesday.
Penn field hockey coach Val Cloud announced her retirement after 30 years and 15 as head coach. She won 115 games, one Ivy title and produced three All-Americans as head coach of the Quakers.
With the No. 4 team in the country rolling into town tonight, Penn field hockey coach Val Cloud is realistic at her team’s chances of beating rival Princeton.
The field hockey team lost to Columbia for only the second time in seven years.
The Quakers head to Columbia today for game that has been postponed twice due to rain.
Penn field hockey's second half scoring outburst culminated in a 4-0 win at Brown’s Warner Roof, which stifled the celebration of Brown’s Senior Day.
Field Hockey might be 4-10, but Brown is winless in the Ivy League
Field Hockey’s matchup against Ivy League rival Columbia has been postponed for the second time.
Despite leading 2-0, Penn couldn’t hold onto the lead. The resilient Bulldogs came back to force overtime and eventually win 3-2.
Sixth-place Penn (4-9, 1-2 Ivy) hopes to play spoiler when the Ivy foes face off Sunday at 1 p.m. on Franklin Field.
The Quakers will make the trip to Columbia for a rematch Sunday.
Even with a strained hamstring, midfielder Kelsey Tahan put the lone goal on the scoreboard for Penn in Wednesday night’s home matchup against University City rival No. 12 Drexel.