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.
The team’s offensive explosion against St. Francis could not have come at a better time.
Penn overpowered the Red Flash of St. Francis, 5-0, securing a much-needed victory.
Penn will get a chance to please its coach Sunday when it travels to Loretto, Pa., to take on the Red Flash at DeGol Field.
Over the weekend, the Penn field hockey team had two games, two overtimes, and two losses.
Following a home contest against the Big Green tomorrow, Penn will travel across town to face Temple Sunday at 2 p.m.
The Quakers dropped the game 2-0 to the visiting Leopards last night at Franklin Field.
The Penn field hockey team is coming off of its first Ivy win, 4-1 over Harvard, but the Quakers are far from off the hook. That’s because they’ll host Patriot League powerhouse Lafayette (7-1) tonight at Franklin Field.
The emphasis on eliminating penalties certainly paid off as the Quakers (3-5, 1-1 Ivy) notched their first Ivy win of the season, topping the Crimson (3-3, 0-2) 4-1 in Boston.