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.
Coming off scoreless ties, both Penn and Brown looked for redemption at Rhodes Field. But with another strong defensive display, the Quakers managed to contain the Bears speedy offense en route to a 2-1 double-overtime win.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Karekin Brooks ran all over Brown's defense, women's soccer clinched a share of an Ivy title for the first time in nearly a decade, and men's soccer finally ended its winless streak.
On Tuesday, Penn tied with Temple 0-0 after playing two overtimes. The game marked the Red and Blue’s (2-4-6) seventh time going to overtime this season, and the fifth time Penn has seen its match end in a scoreless draw.
A 6-0 victory over Delaware State on Monday night showcased the depth of Penn’s squad, as the win included goals from five different players and highlighted the talent of some of the younger athletes who haven’t seen much of the field throughout the season.
Sands, the team's leading goal-scorer, has come up big when the pressure's highest time and time again this season. All six of her goals this season have been game-winners, tied for the second-most game-winners in the nation.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, a pair of cousins dominated for sprint football, a month-long shutout streak came to an end, and Penn football failed to stop Yale's ground game.
The Quakers saw a game full of action in New Haven, Conn. on Saturday. In a physical, back-and-forth affair, the the two squads ended the day tied 1-1.
The junior forward continued her landmark season on Saturday, scoring both of the Red and Blue’s goals in the team’s 2-1 win at Yale to seal an important Ivy win.
Penn women’s soccer (11-1-1, 4-0-1 Ivy) took charge of the game in the first half, as continued pressure from plays built by senior winger Sasha Stephens materialized into multiple chances that the Quakers were unable to convert.
This Saturday, the Quakers, currently on a four-game win streak and nine matches without a loss, will travel to New Haven to battle a familiar foe in Yale.
This Saturday, the Quakers (2-4-4, 0-3 Ivy) will face off against the Bulldogs (6-4-2, 1-1-1) at Reese Stadium in New Haven, CT.
In the throes of Ivy League play, our staff decided to take a look at the best individual performers of Penn Athletics' fall season.
In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, multiple players broke through for stellar games and Penn football won ugly against Columbia.
On Saturday, the Red and Blue went on the road to take on four-time defending Ivy League champion Dartmouth. The Big Green came out on top, handing the Quakers a 3-1 loss.
The Red and Blue were victorious, winning 1-0 in a hard-fought nail-biter that came down to the final few minutes.
Always a strength for Penn, this year's defensive unit has exceeded the already high expectations placed on them.
Coming off a 2-0 loss to Columbia, the Quakers were unable to get anything past UMBC, drawing the Retrievers 0-0. Penn could not convert any of their 11 shots and put just one shot on goal.
The 1-0 win over Lehigh came courtesy of Sands' sixth game-winning goal in the season, enough to tie for second most in the nation. The senior forward's deciding strike gave the Quakers the win and extended their undefeated streak to eight games.
Several teams' performances have been quite surprising so far — both positively and negatively — so in this roundtable, our writers debate which team has been the biggest surprise.