The Brazilian superstar played a match on Penn's campus on July 10, 1976.
The two players played key roles in securing Penn men's soccer's 2022 Ivy League championship title, the program's first since 2013.
With the 2022 season in the books, and as the calendar prepares to turn, here is all you need to know about Penn’s fall sports.
As the fall season comes to a close, we take a look at five especially noteworthy statistics from fall sports teams.
Despite fighting to a tie at the end of regulation, men's soccer's season came to an end Sunday as they fell to No. 3 Syracuse in overtime
To advance further into the NCAA tournament, Penn has to make it past a Syracuse team ranked first in the nation by RPI.
In perhaps its best showing this season so far, Penn proved poise, skill, and confidence against Rutgers as the riveting 2022 campaign charges on.
Penn will confront a Rutgers team that scored five goals in its most recent two games, while aiming to bruise the Scarlet Knights' goal with a formidable offensive momentum of its own.
Penn men's soccer gains its first Ivy title since 2013 in a win at Princeton.
The Quakers find themselves at the doorstep of an Ivy League title, with a bid to the NCAA Tournament on the line.
Until the 72nd minute, Penn held onto a one-goal lead, but thanks to two late scores by Harvard, the Quakers fell, 3-2.
Stitz and Do have been vital pieces for a Penn team surging towards its first Ivy title since 2013.
In Penn's last non-conference game of the season, the Quakers held firm defensively, but were unable to retain the offensive firepower they'd shown in recent contests.
Many of Penn’s fall sports have begun to reach their homestretch, with the final few games set to decide the fate of their season.
As the fall sports season starts to come to a close, several of Penn's teams have received national attention after strong campaigns thus far.
Penn sports have been threading together incredible momentums on the field, as field hockey and men's soccer joined football in earning recognition in national polls and rankings.
With four Ivy League games left, Penn men's soccer has a shot at securing its place atop the conference.
In an exciting matchup against No. 15 Cornell, Penn men's soccer netted a 3-2 upset victory to remain undefeated in Ivy League play.
As the leaves turn brown, the fall sports season begins to reach its climax, and several of Penn’s sports teams are in the mix for championship glory.
Our DP Sports Player of the Week is graduate student Ben Stitz, who has scored in every match of Penn men’s soccer’s seven-game winning streak.