Dane Jacomen might be new to the role of starting goalie for Penn men's soccer, but the sophomore is already showing why he belongs there.
For the first time this year, the Red and Blue couldn’t manage to come on top, losing by a score of 1-0.
As the fall sports season get into the swing of things, this weekend will be key for Penn Athletics.
The seniors of Penn women's soccer have one last season to achieve their goals and make a lasting impact on the team.
A late goal by junior midfielder Joey Bhangdia gave the Quakers a 1-0 victory and their second win in the second game of the season.
Defender Peyton Ruan, midfielders Sara Readinger and Sizzy Lawton, and forward Ella Wright have all made major contributions to the Red and Blue this season.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn soccer locks down on defense, volleyball gets off to a solid start, and sprint football coach Bill Wagner begins his 50th and final season.
On a cold, rainy Friday night, Penn drew Fairfield, 1-1, before defeating Mount St. Mary's by a score of 1-0 on Sunday.
Junior midfielder Breukelen Woodard earned DP Sports Player of the Week for her efforts in this weekend’s games against Fairfield and Mount St. Mary’s.
Penn men’s soccer started the season on the right foot last Friday, dominating both sides of the ball for a team victory against Monmouth on the road.
With a number of Penn teams starting their respective seasons this weekend, here are three pressing questions that will be answered by next week.
With eight freshmen added to its lineup this semester, Penn men’s soccer may have a path to redemption after a weak offensive showing last season.
With the start of the season fast approaching, the goalie competition continues between sophomore Dane Jacomen and freshman Nick Christoffersen.
For the Red and Blue last season, set pieces proved to be instrumental in the team's offensive production.
This Friday, the Quakers will get their first chance to show off their newfound offensive firepower in a road matchup against Monmouth.
Just three days after a loss to No. 3 Stanford, Penn women's soccer handled Towson, 2-0, despite rainy weather conditions that stopped the game for 90 minutes.
As he enters his second year at the helm of the men's soccer program, coach Brian Gill is hopeful that the Red and Blue can open things up offensively while remaining characteristically airtight in their defensive third.
Penn women’s soccer lost their opener, yet this game may have been the next big step towards national relevance for the program.
In its first game of the 2019 season, Penn women’s soccer fell to No. 3 Stanford, 5-1, in front of a packed crowd at Laird Q. Cagan Stadium.
This season, Penn women’s soccer has to figure out how to bounce back from losing the talents and creativity of forward Sasha Stephens and midfielder Allie Trzaska.