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Field Hockey

11/11/13 7:26pm
With women’s and men’s soccer, field hockey and football trying to hang onto their postseason hopes and men’s hoops tipping off for the first time all season, our staff followed every high and low point of Homecoming weekend, minute-by-minute.
11/09/13 3:28pm

Penn field hockey falls to Princeton, loses Ivy title

In a season where Penn field hockey made a significant leap forward, it could not take the final step.
11/07/13 2:57pm

For Penn field hockey, Saturday is a shot at glory

Saturday at noon, Penn (13-3, 5-1 Ivy) takes on No. 9 Princeton in the de facto Ivy League Championship game in which the winner takes the crown.
11/02/13 5:23pm

Penn field hockey shuts out Brown to set stage for Princeton matchup

The win over Brown keeps the Quakers (13-3, 5-1 Ivy) just a game behind first place in the Ancient Eight, setting up a winner-take-all matchup with first-place Princeton next weekend.
10/31/13 7:37pm
Next Monday, the pages of Sports Illustrated will contain a face very familiar to Penn field hockey: Jasmine Cole.
10/30/13 6:35pm

Penn field hockey is "Sunny" side up in win over 'Nova

With the stands packed with family, Sunny Stirewalt delivered a performance to remember.
10/29/13 8:46pm
Sandwiched between two of its biggest games of the season, the Penn women’s field hockey team takes a break from its Ivy League slate on Wednesday to take on Philadelphia rival Villanova at Ellen Vagelos Field.
10/26/13 4:57pm
After a full regulation and two overtimes of scoreless play, senior Julie Tahan scored the deciding goal on Penn’s final shootout opportunity to give the Quakers a 1-0 win over Yale (6-8, 2-3 Ivy), and keep Ivy League hopes alive for the Red and Blue (11-3, 4-1).
10/24/13 8:49pm
While the Elis (6-7, 2-2 Ivy) have been in the middle of the pack, Penn (10-3, 3-1) has already surpassed its win total from last season.
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.