After a year of canceled competition, fall sports returned this season to Penn's campus. With them, many Quaker seniors were able to make one last mark on the program they dedicated their college careers to.
Fall sports have ended, but nonetheless, these Quakers' outstanding seasons are ones to remember, ranging from veteran, senior captains to inexperienced freshmen.
Now that fall sports have come to a close, here's a look at how seven Quaker teams did this year.
As the fall season comes to a close — the first since 2019 — we take a look at five interesting statistics from fall sports teams that were exceptionally noteworthy.
On Saturday, Nov. 6, the Quakers looked to defend their undefeated home record in their final game of the season against the Princeton Tigers.
As the fall sports seasons are drawing to a close and winter seasons are opening up, multiple sports are in play. Here is a look into the multitude of games and events over the weekend.
After an early goal by the Bears, the Quakers were unable to find their momentum and suffered their third Ivy League loss of the season.
In a 4-0 win against Yale, the Quakers extend their spotless home record to 9-0-0.
A key player this weekend in both games for Penn women's soccer was freshman forward Isobel Glass.
In a successful weekend for Penn women’s soccer, the team took down Dartmouth 3-1 on Saturday and Delaware State 4-0 on Monday.
Men and women’s soccer, women’s volleyball, and field hockey are all in action this weekend. All Quaker teams will face Ivy League competition.
Despite a great effort, the Quakers lost to Columbia on Saturday, dropping their away record to 0-3-2.
The women’s soccer team had a successful weekend, with a 2-0 win over Cornell, extending their spotless home record to 6-0 due to contributions from in-form senior Emily Pringle.
Teuschl came to Penn after having played three full seasons with the FC Virginia Development Academy club team, a key factor in her evident maturity.
Coming off of last week's loss at Harvard, the Quakers bounced back with a 2-0 win over Cornell.
Here is a look at what the soccer, field hockey, and volleyball teams are up against this weekend.
In their first league matchup of the season, Penn women’s soccer lost to the undefeated Harvard Crimson. The Quakers were unable to score, losing 3-0.
Athletes are excited not only about competing on the field for the first time, but also experiencing the life of a student-athlete on campus.
The fall sports season is fully underway for Penn, and many teams will look to build on the momentum they established in the first few weeks of matches moving into the beginning of Ivy League play. Here is a look at what the soccer, volleyball, and field hockey teams are up against this weekend.
The women's soccer goalkeeper netted a season- and career-high six saves this weekend.