During last season alone, Qu broke the single-season program records in save percentage and goals-against average.
While many students are just arriving back to campus to begin the school year, fall sports are ending their preseason training sessions.
With last year's senior leaders gone from campus, the Daily Pennsylvanian Sports editors took a look at which underrated underclassmen are poised for breakout seasons.
The Philadelphia Fury is a professional soccer team that competes in the National Independent Soccer Association, a league entering its inaugural season.
Steve DeMatteo is stepping in as a new assistant coach for the Quakers, filling a gap left by assistant coach Peter Lowry’s departure.
Penn women’s soccer made its mark on Ivy League soccer history in 2007.
As their Penn Athletics careers come to a close, these three seniors are taking advantage of their newfound free time.
Each of these teams overcame sub-par finishes from years past to blow away all expectations the outside world had of them. Here are the most surprising Ivy League regular season championships from the past 10-plus years.
The sophomore defender for Penn men’s soccer was named first-team All-Ivy on Wednesday, marking the culmination of an extremely successful year on the field.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, both Penn and women's basketball saw key contributions from bench players, football struggled to hold onto the ball, and men's soccer finished its season the way it knows best.
But thanks to a goal in double overtime by sophomore defender Alex Touche, assisted by junior midfielder Brandon Bartel, the Quakers ended the season on a positive note, beating the Crimson 1-0.
Six Quakers have been awarded All-Ivy League honors for their performances in the team’s 13-2-1 season that included a share of the conference crown.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, football comes from behind in the second half, a freshman wrestler makes a startling debut, and women's soccer takes away a great stat from a heartbreaking game.
While there were certainly many eyes glued to Penn football and women’s soccer this weekend, there was plenty else going on in the rest of Penn athletics. Three teams opened their season this weekend (wrestling, fencing, and swimming) while others are watching their season’s some to a close.
Penn women's soccer lost their first Ivy League game on the last day of the season, falling to the Tigers 1-0.
While Penn women's soccer might have the most important game to play this weekend, here's a look at three others teams that will also be in action.
It’s the buy-in from all 30 players, the desire to put everything on the line each time they step foot on the pitch, the commitment to conditioning and training, that has made all the difference.
Ivy League bragging rights aren’t the only thing up in the air. The other honor on the line is the conference's automatic NCAA Tournament bid.
Despite a strong performance by Delaware, Penn emerged victorious against the Blue Hens with a 2-1 win. The Quakers proved that their win against Brown this past Sunday, their first in nine games, wasn’t just a fluke.
An emphatic 2-0 win over Brown, Penn’s first over the Bears since 2014, gave the Quakers their first Ivy title since 2010. Penn has the chance to be outright champions with a tie or a win over Princeton next weekend.