The former Ivy Offensive Player of the Year was selected 53rd overall by local Major League Soccer team.
With the fall season in the books, let's take a look at how each of Penn's teams did this year.
Hosley earned his fifth All-Ivy honor, while Korzeniowski and Burney secured First-Team All-Tournament spots.
Regardless of the loss, the Quakers displayed significant improvement since their last Brown matchup.
The game was tied at two following overtime, but a trio of missed penalties proved Penn's undoing.
Brian Gill was named Coach of the Year, while five players were named to All-Ivy teams.
As the top seed, the Quakers are hosting, and will Brown at Penn Park at 6:30 p.m.
The victory also earns the Quakers the top seed and home field advantage in next weekend's conference tournament.
With one game left to play, the Quakers are in a three-way tie for first place with Harvard and Yale.
Men's soccer picked up its second conference win, while field hockey fell at Harvard.
The defending Ivy League title holders have struggled finding the back of the net in Ancient Eight play.
Volleyball got its first conference win, while field hockey dropped its first game in Ivy play.
The midfielder has started in six of the Quakers' eight games so far this season.
Field hockey stays undefeated in conference play, while men’s soccer picked up its first Ivy win.
Seele has found his place at midfield during his sophomore season.
Field hockey was able to secure a win at Columbia, while men's soccer faltered on the road.
Field hockey grabbed a tight home win over Yale while volleyball and women’s soccer suffered away losses.
Additionally, women's soccer played two Philadelphia rivals and field hockey lost twice to Big 10 teams.
Hewes and Christoffersen took home Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week, respectively.
Members of Penn men’s soccer sharpened their skills during preseason while competing with semi-pro team Ballard FC.