After a year of canceled competition, fall sports returned this season to Penn's campus. With them, many Quaker seniors were able to make one last mark on the program they dedicated their college careers to.
Yet another visiting soccer team arrived in Philadelphia to claim a conference title on their hosts’ turf and spoil their opponents’ final home match of the season.
Fall sports have ended, but nonetheless, these Quakers' outstanding seasons are ones to remember, ranging from veteran, senior captains to inexperienced freshmen.
Now that fall sports have come to a close, here's a look at how seven Quaker teams did this year.
As the fall season comes to a close — the first since 2019 — we take a look at five interesting statistics from fall sports teams that were exceptionally noteworthy.
Penn men's soccer wouldn't bend without a fight, and a dramatic last-minute goal proved its persistence.
For the second straight season — with the 2020 season being canceled due to COVID-19 — the Dolphinos, the nickname of the Men's Club Soccer Team, have earned a bid to the NIRSA National Championship in Foley, Ala.
Despite holding visiting Princeton scoreless to the 84th minute, the final whistle blew on a 1-0 loss to Penn men’s soccer.
As the fall sports seasons are drawing to a close and winter seasons are opening up, multiple sports are in play. Here is a look into the multitude of games and events over the weekend.
Two goals from Brown netted just five minutes apart finally severed Penn men’s soccer’s five-match undefeated streak.
The Daily Pennsylvanian asked Ben Stitz of Penn men's soccer 15 questions about his sport, his time at Penn, and what he’s learned as a Penn student-athlete. Here’s what the senior had to say.
Neither Penn nor Yale could do it on a cold, rainy night in Philadelphia as they played to a scoreless tie in a tensely-battled 110 minutes.
Another Tuesday night at Rhodes Field presented another battle for the rights to the city, as Penn men’s soccer hosted Temple — one week after Penn’s win against Drexel at home.
On Saturday night at Rhodes Field, the Quakers picked up a 2-1 Ivy League victory against Dartmouth thanks to a thrilling golden goal in double overtime.
Men and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, and field hockey are all in action this weekend. All Quaker teams will face Ivy League competition.
Penn men’s soccer broke down neighboring Drexel in the span of four minutes in the second half, recording a 2-1 win at Rhodes Field.
For Penn, a rookie playing from the back line has been leading the team in minutes played — freshman center back Leo Burney. Burney has totaled 840 minutes on the field as a starting player for all nine matches of the Red and Blue's matches as of yet.
After losing their first Ivy match to Cornell last weekend, Penn men's soccer looked to up their conference standings in last night’s game in New York.
What is unique about Penn’s keeper situation is that depending on the game, the person in goal will vary.
In the third minute of their first home game, Penn men's soccer was sabotaged by a goal that set the tone in a 3-0 defeat to Cornell.