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Soccer

08/31/15 12:22am
A DP Sports roundtable. Covering Penn Athletics ... with more personal pronouns.
08/20/15 10:20am

Which fall freshman class has the most potential?

The 2015-16 school year is about to get underway, and along with new students filling into Huntsman Hall and the Quad, a handful of rookies have a chance to make an immediate impact for Penn Athletics.
07/15/15 5:00am
Last season was filled with unfulfilled expectations for both Penn men’s and women’s soccer. However, any disappointing season is partially redeemed by the fact that another lies right around the corner.
04/01/15 11:48pm
Recently hired Penn women’s soccer coach Nicole Van Dyke started from humble beginnings, but she comes to Penn with the ambitious goal of putting the Quakers on a national stage. Taking the program to new heights will be no small feat, as Van Dyke succeeds Darren Ambrose, one of the most successful and prolific coaches in Ivy League history.
02/03/15 1:22am
On a cold night at Rhodes Field, Mariano Gonzalez-Guerineau took the field for one final game with Penn men’s soccer. It was the end of a successful career, but the beginning of a new opportunity for the senior.
01/30/15 7:47pm
Penn women’s soccer coach Darren Ambrose, one of Penn’s longest tenured head coaches and the winningest coach in program history, resigned to take the head coaching position at Vanderbilt.
11/11/14 11:42pm
As one of the Quakers’ top players, sophomore forward Alec Neumann has been able to focus on his game, but as he becomes an upperclassman, he will try to add ‘leader’ to his impressive list of accomplishments at Penn.
11/09/14 1:31pm

Penn women's soccer defeats Princeton, 3-2, with late goal

After a season of ups and down, the Quakers left their heart and soul on the field against their biggest rival, defeating the Tigers, 3-2, in one of the most thrilling and emotional matches of the season.
11/09/14 1:19pm

Penn men's soccer eliminated from Ivy contention with loss to Princeton

Penn men’s soccer fell Saturday night to Princeton, 3-2, extending the Quakers’ winless streak to four games. The Quakers, the 2013 Ivy League champions, were eliminated from contention for the Ivy League title with the loss.
11/05/14 11:21pm
As Penn men’s soccer enters its matchup with Princeton on Saturday, it does so with its back against the wall. In what will be one of the team’s toughest contests yet, the Red and Blue looks to secure a victory and continue playing for a change at the Ivy League championship.
03/31/13 11:16pm
It’s that time of year. Grab a wurst and sit back for the sporting highlight of the year. No, I’m not talking about March Madness. I refer to the quarterfinals of the UEFA Champions League, the annual tournament for the best footballing clubs in Europe.
03/21/13 12:57am

Anchit Bhagat | My evolution into a Philly Gooner

When I first got accepted into Penn, I was of course thrilled to bits as you would expect. After all the initial euphoria of getting into an Ivy League college died down, I had a nagging worry at the back of my mind. How would I be able to follow my favorite football club (Arsenal FC) in a country that called it soccer and worshipped the NFL?