At this point, there is nothing stopping Penn men's lacrosse from winning the NCAA Tournament.
Two of the best teams in the nation went to battle in New York City, and Penn came out on top with an exciting 12-11 victory over Yale.
After a pair of wins on Friday, Penn men's and women's lacrosse are back in action on Sunday in the finals of the Ivy League Tournament.
Here are three takeaways from the Red and Blue's latest win, a 13-12 decision over Brown on Friday.
The Quakers travelled to New York on Friday and defeated No. 4 Brown in the semifinals of the Ivy League Tournament.
Keep it here for live updates from Penn men's and women's lacrosse at this weekend's Ivy League Tournament.
The regular season Ivy champion Quakers will look to cement their status as the best team in the conference at the Ivy League Tournament this weekend.
Between the men's and women's teams, the Quakers received 17 awards from the Ivy League.
Narrowly escaping the clutches of unranked Vermont, No. 4 Penn men’s lacrosse found a way to secure its ninth straight win of the season in an unexpected 12-10 nail-biter.
On the heels of a win against Dartmouth to claim the program’s first outright Ivy League championship since 1986, Penn will play Vermont in its last game before the Ivy League Tournament.
Evanchick wasn't able to take the field for the Quakers in the fall due to multiple injuries, and he has now decided to focus solely on lacrosse in order to stay healthy for seasons to come.
This Saturday, Penn men's lacrosse dominated Dartmouth in a 22-6 contest to capture its first outright Ivy League title since 1986 and third in program history.
Besides celebrating Senior Day, Penn can also look forward to claiming its first outright Ivy League title in 31 years.
Freshman long-stick midfielder BJ Farrare is making an instant impact for the Quakers, replacing the gap left by Connor Keating after his graduation.
With all the excitement this past weekend, Penn men's lacrosse's Ivy League title clinch might have flown a bit under the radar.
Penn men’s lacrosse clinched its first regular season Ivy League title in 30 years in style, tying the school record for goals in a game in a 26-13 win over Harvard.
Penn hasn’t won an Ivy title since 1988, and the Quakers’ success this year hasn’t come without practice and perseverance.
Goldner sits third in the nation in goals scored per game with 3.67; his total is 33. For context, Penn has scored 123 goals this season.
The No. 6 Quakers have now won six games in a row and are the only undefeated team in the Ivy League as they prepare to face Harvard on Saturday.
Penn men’s lacrosse overpowered Brown on the offensive end to win its sixth consecutive game by a score of 16-9.