Men's lacrosse senior Emmet Carroll and women's lacrosse senior Kelly Van Hoesen each made their mark for the Quakers last week.
In a contest filled with periods of dominance for both sides, Penn survived a last minute push to win a key matchup.
The Red and Blue proved resilient throughout the course of the matchup to continue its homestand.
The Quakers welcome a highly-touted recruiting class for the campaign ahead.
The Quakers were unable to overcome an early first period five goal deficit against the Hoyas.
Here are the top five games to get excited about as the lacrosse season approaches.
The senior defender along with seven freshmen earn national recognition ahead of the 2024 season.
The Archers Lacrosse Club defeated the Waterdogs 15-14 on Sunday.
All three players attest that their experiences at Penn helped prepare them for the jump to the pros.
With some of their seasons not quite over yet, the members of the Class of 2023 are still forging their Quaker legacies.
During his senior season with the Quakers, Handley led the team in points and earned the Donald J. MacLaughlin Jr. award as the nation's best midfielder.
Princeton will face Yale in the Ivy League Tournament final, but Penn still has a shot to make the NCAA Tournament later this month.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's sports staff collectively voted on the athletes, coaches, teams, and moments that shined the brightest during the 2022-23 season.
Senior Sam Handley scored four goals in the Quakers' final Ivy League game of the regular season.
Both the men's and women's teams are in the top four of the Ivy standings with just a few conference games left.
After a low-key first half, the Quakers' offense exploded in the third quarter — outscoring the Crimson 10-4 in the second half.
Due to an undisclosed injury, the men's lacrosse captain and senior attacker has been sidelined since March 8 and is expected to miss the rest of his final season as a Quaker.
The Quakers led for much of the match before eventually falling to Brown.
Just like the team's matchup with Cornell a week prior, Saturday's game was ruled by runs. This time, Penn was the last team to put one in the back of the net.
The nationally-ranked Quakers were unable to pick up their second Ivy League win, but will get another chance against Yale next Saturday.