After an early lead, a controversial goal, seven minutes of overtime, and over a dozen headers, Penn women’s soccer won its game against Rice, 2-1.
Thanks to a shutout from goalkeeper Laurence Gladu and a pair of goals from Sizzy Lawton and Lauren Teuschl, the Quakers came away with a win over Villanova.
Penn women's soccer faces two tough opponents this weekend in Villanova and Rice University, as the Red and Blue hopes to build upon the team's most recent victory.
With Mia Shenk's hat trick, the Quakers cruised to a 4-0 victory against George Washington.
Penn men's soccer shares a result with Loyola Maryland. Although the Quakers led twice, they ultimately compromised for the draw.
Penn was defeated 2-1 by in-state rival Penn State in a hard-fought match. The Quakers will have a chance to rebound from the loss and move to 3-1 in a few days, as they stay at Rhodes Field for Monday’s match.
In its first match at Rhodes Field since Nov. 16, 2019, Penn men’s soccer dominated Colgate 3-0 as the Red and Blue’s upperclassmen paved the way.
Despite the best efforts of Penn women's soccer's newest athletes, the Quakers were unable to stave off their first loss of the season at the hands of No. 25 Hofstra.
Playing for the first time since 2019, the Red and Blue came out with a strong showing, beating Farleigh Dickinson in a close 3-2 match after some clutch saves down the stretch.
Women’s soccer started off its season strong and kept its winning streak alive with a 3-0 victory against University of Illinois-Chicago at Rhodes Field.
Fall sports are finally upon us. Here’s a look at what Penn’s soccer, volleyball, and field hockey teams are up against this weekend, as many of them suit up for their first games in almost two years.
In their first two games of the season and of head coach Casey Brown's Penn career, the Quakers came back from being a goal down in each to earn a draw and a win, respectively.
Going into the upcoming fall athletics season, five teams will see action for the first time since 2019.
As a way of promoting diversity and having necessary conversations around race, Penn men's soccer participated in "A Long Talk About The Uncomfortable Truth." By doing so, they became the first men's team in the Ivy League to engage in the program.
While it didn't end as abruptly as last year's season, this year's athletics season was marred by cancellations and a lack of play.
For many of Penn's graduating seniors, this meant that they had no traditional senior night. In honor of these soon-to-be graduates, here's a look at some of the seniors from fall sports that impacted their respective programs the most.
Beyond playing on the field, Fuller has always loved sharing his sport with younger generations. He coached youth club teams and the Olympic Development Program throughout college.
Penn men’s soccer is adding eight new players to be a part of the Class of 2025. The eight soon-to-be-Quakers are Tommy Altirs, Brandon Curran, Ben Do, Charlie Gaffney, Stas Korzeniowski, Aaron Messer, Nico Pereira, and Cullen Scott.
Nick Christoffersen of Penn men's soccer spent his winter break in a different country. The Toronto, ON native spent the three months from December to February in Denmark, training with the Danish 1st Division soccer club, HB Køge.
The Penn men's soccer team decided to take action and create a diversity and inclusion committee to promote social justice awareness and make a difference on the field, on Penn’s campus, and in the West Philadelphia community.
In the wake of the protests and racial activism of last summer, Penn women's soccer, along with the other seven Ivy League teams, formed the Justice Coalition to further their commitment to advancing social justice issues in their communities.