On the heels of a triple-overtime thriller against No. 2 Yale, Penn men’s lacrosse will travel to Providence, R.I. on Saturday to battle Brown for sole possession of first place in the Ivy League.
Gallagher’s excellent faceoff play this year — especially last Saturday against Yale — is a major contributor to the Quakers' 5-3 start to the season.
Penn men’s lacrosse kept its winning streak intact on Saturday with a thrilling 13-12 overtime win over Ivy League rival and defending national champion Yale.
The Quakers enter their next game against Northwestern as the No. 5 team in the country according to the Women’s Division I Media Poll, and their 9-1 record tops the Ivy League.
As a freshman, Handley has played in all seven of the Quakers’ games so far this season and has scored in almost every one of them.
In a season already defined by fierce competition, Penn men’s lacrosse will face what may be its toughest opponent yet on Saturday — the reigning national champion, No. 2 Yale.
The Quakers' win in Ithaca, N.Y. is their second straight Ivy League win and fourth in a row overall.
Junior attackman Adam Goldner, who had already notched 16 goals on the year, went off for five more in a 19-10 drubbing of Princeton.
The Quakers used a strong second-half showing to see off Princeton by a score of 19-10 to win their first Ivy League game of the season.
After a difficult first five games for Penn men’s lacrosse, which featured matchups against three top-five programs, the Quakers are ready to start Ivy League play against Princeton.
Penn earned its first victory of the year on the first day of the inaugural Philly 4 Lacrosse Classic against area rival No. 11 Villanova.
Despite sticking with the Nittany Lions for the entire game, the Red and Blue let in two last minute goals to go down 14-15 in a dramatic finish.
As winter teams aim to finish their seasons on a strong note, spring teams strive for a good start to theirs. Here’s a look at the key competitions this weekend.
From the start of the contest, the Quakers struggled to keep up with the Blue Devils, ultimately losing 17-7.
Whether it’s electronic dance music – EDM, for short – to get the blood flowing or a slow song to mourn a tough loss, music serves a multitude of purposes for athletes at Penn.
A pair of juniors, Tim Sanford and Kyle Gallagher, are nothing short of ecstatic about their decisions to come join the Quakers from Denver and Hofstra, respectively.
Despite a close and competitive effort from Penn, Maryland remained undefeated, beating Penn in overtime, 13-12.
It's never too early to look at the landscape of the Ivy League. Here's how the Ivy League looks as the season begins.
The Quakers will welcome No. 3 Maryland for the opening game of the season when the Terrapins travel to Franklin Field this Saturday.
2019 is, in many ways, a historic season for the entire sport, as it marks the beginning of the much-hyped "Shot Clock Era."