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Men's Soccer

09/19/16 12:24am
On Saturday, the players and coaches of Penn men’s soccer were greeted by friendly faces on their opponent’s sideline.
09/14/16 11:33pm
In 2008 and 2013, Rob Irvine was on the sideline as the Penn men’s soccer team won the Ivy League Championship.
09/11/16 11:32pm
A trip to Nebraska is an intriguing prospect. It’s hard to know what to expect — there’s really not a whole lot there. Except for an NCAA powerhouse in men’s soccer, that is.
09/07/16 11:17pm
A week into the year, it's time to say definitively who is good and who is not. What has impressed you most so far from Penn Athletics?
09/06/16 2:07am
Penn men’s soccer, still nursing the wounds of last season, nevertheless enters a new year with optimism and a set of fresh, young faces who will look to make their mark on the field.
09/06/16 2:06am
Two games into the 2016 season, Penn men’s soccer is undefeated. It’s also winless. 
09/06/16 2:05am
2015 was a year to forget for Penn men’s soccer. Three wins from 16 games, including just one against a conference opponent.
09/06/16 2:04am
After a stellar start to the 2016 season, Penn men’s soccer will be looking to this weekend’s trip to Nebraska as an opportunity to assess the team’s improvement and depth. This Friday’s contest against #8 Creighton (1-1-0) followed by Sunday’s clash against University of Nebraska Omaha (2-1-0) provide two difficult matches in three days, the only time this season that the Quakers (0-0-2) will have such a short turnaround. Interestingly, the two Nebraska universities will come into the weekend having played each other in their most recent game, Monday night.
09/06/16 2:00am
It seems the lack of success last year can be attributed to two main points: youth and injuries to the team’s few experienced leaders. In 2016, look for those issues to be almost completely resolved.
09/03/16 12:14am
You know the old saying, “new year, new me?” Well, Penn men’s soccer is taking that to heart this brand new season. Flip back the calendar a year, and the Quakers limped out of a 4-0 loss to high-power American University team.
07/06/16 11:04pm
For those of you who were watching, and/or mesmerized by, the Copa America Centanario, you’ll have noticed a few things.
06/15/16 11:55pm
The Copa America is now in knockout mode, with the preliminary stages of the competition now finished. But last weekend, the tournament certainly had knockout vibes running throughout Philly as three teams said goodbye to their Copa America dreams.
11/15/15 11:33pm
As William Shakespeare once said, “All’s well that ends well.” Butor Penn men’s soccer, there would be no such redemption.
11/05/15 12:04am
It's been a rough season for the Quakers, but they'll certainly be entering their final home game of the year on a high note.
11/02/15 11:31pm
Country roads are taking the Quakers away from home down to West Virginia.
10/29/15 3:06am
For Penn men’s soccer, missing out on the Ivy League championship does not mean the season is over.
10/25/15 9:19pm
Unfortunately, close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades, not soccer.
10/22/15 3:15am
As noted poet Rocky Balboa once said: “When you get knocked down, get back up and keep moving forward.” Responding to failure is a vital process in sports at all levels.
10/19/15 11:11pm
Two Penn freshman – football’s Christian Pearson and women’s soccer’s Sasha Stevens – were named the Ivy League’s Rookie of the Week in their respective sports Monday.