October is always abundant with exciting sports stories, and Penn sports teams have been no different in commanding much deserved attention.
With just five out of 16 games of the season to be spent at home, Penn men’s soccer has been confronting the crucial challenge of taking wins on the road.
With Rhodes Field out of commission for the time being, Penn's soccer teams are competing at Penn Park, a drastically different venue.
Having reached October, many of Penn's teams are now in the heat of Ivy League or championship competition.
As the fall sports season heats up, we're taking a look back at some of the memorable moments from this week in Penn sports history.
As the fall season heats up, we take a look at what to expect from all of Penn's competing teams this weekend.
Penn sports are building up to their best forms of the season, now facing schedules stacked with crucial Ivy League competition.
Through seven games, Penn's defense has held firm, thanks in large part to the team's new tactical approach.
As the fall season heats up, Penn's teams have a full weekend of competitions ahead of them.
Hewes led the men's soccer team to two dominant victories this weekend, earning Ivy League Player of the Week honors.
Men's soccer totaled 11 goals across two games through the weekend of Penn sports competition.
Through six games this season, junior midfielder Mateo Zazueta has transitioned into a starting role for the Quakers, who currently sit at an impressive 4-1-1 record.
Some Penn teams are preparing for season openers, and several others look to improve upon their previous outings. Here’s a breakdown of what to expect from all of Penn Athletics’ competing teams this weekend.
The exciting early season, a driven young team, and ever-so-high ambitions to win stand behind the Quakers' first two results of 2022.
This weekend, men's soccer started its season with a win, women's finished with its third straight tie, and field hockey fell to tough competition.
The first week of classes is marked by fall sports both on the road and on familiar home ground.
This summer was a busy one for Penn Athletics, as three coaches resigned and one retired from coaching altogether.
This year notes an exciting prospect of tracking progress in each team; whether they wish to forget poor records and begin on a blank slate, or build upon winning momentums of last fall.
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.