Originally from East Syracuse, N.Y., senior forward Jake Kohlbrenner burst onto the scene for Penn men's soccer in 2017 and 2018, his first two seasons with the team.
If Penn's athletic teams had been able to play this fall, football and both soccer squads would have had a shot at some special seasons.
Ivy League rules state that students who graduate can no longer participate in athletic competition, so current seniors would have to remain enrolled through next fall to stay on their teams.
In many ways, the team has become even closer in quarantine, as players must expend effort and energy if the team environment and culture is to survive.
Although the fates of sports seasons around the globe are still up in the air, Penn has numerous athletes looking to continue their success in the fall.
Two first-years, Kayla Padilla and Kai Lammers, were each awarded Ivy League Rookie of the Week on Monday following wins from women’s basketball and men’s soccer, respectively.
Earning significantly more minutes this season than he did last year, the sophomore was one of three forwards in 2019 who saw consistent playing time.
Thanks to a pair of goals early on, the Quakers were able to cruise past the Crimson by a score of 2-0.
Ahead of a jam-packed weekend, here’s what to watch for from Penn cross country, men’s soccer and men's and women's fencing.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn football gets a burst from a new quarterback and men's and women's soccer wrap up their seasons while the basketball teams get theirs underway.
The Quakers took on Princeton this weekend with both teams entering tied for third in the Ivy League table, a place they will continue to share after this weekend’s draw.
With the weekend approaching, here's a look at some of the key matchups for Penn teams as the fall season comes to a close.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn men's cross country wins the Ivy Heps, Ryan Cragun continues his monster season, and coach Bill Wagner says goodbye to Penn sprint football.
After a run of two consecutive overtime one-nil wins, one at Drexel and another against No. 24 Yale, Penn men’s soccer could only manage a 1-1 draw at Brown.
In the spirit of Halloween, here's a look at the “scariest” fall athletes who have made a consistent impact for their teams.
The Penn men's soccer freshman's father formerly played professional soccer in the Netherlands, meaning Lammers inherited his passion for the game early on.
These wins were spearheaded by senior midfielder Brandon Bartel and freshman midfielder Jack Rosener, who won the Ivy League Player of the Week and Ivy League Rookie of the Week awards, respectively.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn sprint football blows out Alderson Broaddus, men's soccer pulls off a historic win, and Elita van Staden keeps her hot stretch going.
The Red and Blue knew the odds were stacked against them; they hadn't beaten a ranked team since 2010. But from the opening whistle, Penn played with poise and confidence.
Penn teams will have had their fill of competition from Yale after this weekend, as field hockey and both soccer teams will face off against the Bulldogs.