For the 10th time in 10 tries, Penn women’s lacrosse will be playing in the Ivy League Tournament, this time taking on a Dartmouth squad that got the better of the Quakers earlier this season.
In its final contest of the regular season, No. 13 Penn women's lacrosse clinched the No. 3 seed in the upcoming Ivy League Tournament after defeating Harvard, 17-9.
Narrowly escaping the clutches of unranked Vermont, No. 4 Penn men’s lacrosse found a way to secure its ninth straight win of the season in an unexpected 12-10 nail-biter.
This Saturday, the Quakers will head to Cambridge, Mass., where the Red and Blue will take on the Crimson in their final Ivy League contest of the regular season.
On the heels of a win against Dartmouth to claim the program’s first outright Ivy League championship since 1986, Penn will play Vermont in its last game before the Ivy League Tournament.
Almost every member of McMahon family has played lacrosse at the college level. Michaela is continuing a legacy.
As a helping defender, Lauren O’Mara, quietly does her part week after week and allows the team team to flourish this season.
Evanchick wasn't able to take the field for the Quakers in the fall due to multiple injuries, and he has now decided to focus solely on lacrosse in order to stay healthy for seasons to come.
No. 12 Penn is the only school to have qualified for all 10 Ivy League women's lacrosse tournaments.
This Saturday, Penn men's lacrosse dominated Dartmouth in a 22-6 contest to capture its first outright Ivy League title since 1986 and third in program history.
No. 12 Penn women’s lacrosse couldn’t manage to hold on to its advantage at the midway point against No. 10 Princeton at Franklin Field en route to a 13-11 loss.
Besides celebrating Senior Day, Penn can also look forward to claiming its first outright Ivy League title in 31 years.
Freshman long-stick midfielder BJ Farrare is making an instant impact for the Quakers, replacing the gap left by Connor Keating after his graduation.
Penn women’s lacrosse senior Julia O'Mara has suffered four concussions in her lacrosse career, but it hasn't stopped her from being involved with the team.
With all the excitement this past weekend, Penn men's lacrosse's Ivy League title clinch might have flown a bit under the radar.
Penn men’s lacrosse clinched its first regular season Ivy League title in 30 years in style, tying the school record for goals in a game in a 26-13 win over Harvard.
Penn hasn’t won an Ivy title since 1988, and the Quakers’ success this year hasn’t come without practice and perseverance.
The Quakers were ultimately handed their third overall loss and first of Ivy play in a 15-11 defeat on senior day.
Watch a Penn women’s lacrosse game for only a few minutes, and you’re sure to notice the constant activity of Barry from the midfield.
Goldner sits third in the nation in goals scored per game with 3.67; his total is 33. For context, Penn has scored 123 goals this season.