Penn held the Eagles to their second-lowest point total of the season and stayed close from opening draw to final buzzer.
With the win, the Quakers will take on No. 3 Boston College on Sunday at 1 p.m.
With some of their seasons not quite over yet, the members of the Class of 2023 are still forging their Quaker legacies.
In their toughest game of the Ivy League campaign, the Red and Blue executed when it mattered most, coming away with a championship to show for it.
The Quakers will now play Yale in the tournament final with a conference Championship on the line.
The Daily Pennsylvanian's sports staff collectively voted on the athletes, coaches, teams, and moments that shined the brightest during the 2022-23 season.
Senior Niki Miles was the star of the show for Penn, netting a whopping seven goals.
Miles says that Penn's Ivy League-winning women's lacrosse team is one driven by their bond.
A six-goal scoring run in the second half put the game away for Penn, as the team improved to 5-0 in conference.
The senior defender has withstood much adversity during her lacrosse career, but it has only made her stronger.
Both the men's and women's teams are in the top four of the Ivy standings with just a few conference games left.
In Penn's Senior Day game, the team's seniors scored the Quakers' first five goals and eight of 15 overall.
Maria Themelis and Gracie Smith led the Quakers with four goals each.
The Red and Blue's loss was not for lack of trying, as the team tallied 35 shots to the Gators' 33.
Six different Quakers contributed to the win, with sophomore midfielder Anna Brandt scoring her 22nd, 23rd, and 24th goals of the season.
The Quakers led at two separate times, but their defense gave up six straight goals to start the fourth quarter.
Anna Brandt and Niki Miles combined for nine goals in the Quakers' offense-powered victory.
Senior attacker Kennon Moon led the Quaker offense with four goals.
Former Sports Editor Brandon Pride names his top 10 greatest athletes in Penn history, including a Super Bowl Champion, Olympic gold medalist, and several All-Americans.
Erika Chung netted the game-tying goal in the match's dying seconds to send the contest to overtime, where the Quakers ultimately prevailed.