Penn women’s lacrosse traveled to Providence, R.I. on Saturday and got quite the fight from a Brown team, winning by just one goal.
The Quakers have had a strong season thus far, but coming off of a 17-13 loss to No. 9 Northwestern, they will be hoping to rebound against Brown.
Between just three counties in the southern part of the state — Rockland, Westchester, and Nassau — there are 14 members of the team who call New York home.
No. 5 Penn women's lacrosse travelled westward to take on No. 9 Northwestern in their final non-conference matchup of the season, but ultimately lost for the second time this season.
For Penn women’s lacrosse, this Sunday’s contest in Evanston, Ill. against No. 5 Northwestern is one that the team has been looking forward to for an entire year.
I’m about to shun myself from at least half of the athletics community by arguing why student-athletes should not be paid for participating in amateur sports.
Penn women’s lacrosse pulled out a narrow 11-10 victory over Cornell Saturday afternoon, increasing their season win total to eight, and preserving their one loss record.
Three days after suffering its first defeat of the season at the hands of No. 2 Maryland, Penn women’s lacrosse rebounded to narrowly defeat Duke by a score of 10-9 at Franklin Field on alumni weekend.
No. 8 Penn women's lacrosse traveled to College Park, Md. to take on No. 2 Maryland on Wednesday evening, ultimately falling by a score of 14-9.
It took everything in the Quakers’ power to protect their perfect record, defeating hometown rival Drexel on Tuesday by a score of 12-10 and No. 21 Georgetown on Saturday, 8-7.
Penn got goals from nine different players and five assists from junior attacker Gabby Rosenzweig, earning a 15-4 win over Yale to keep its record perfect on the year.
Penn women’s lacrosse finished off its away game sweep with a hefty 15-5 victory over Rutgers Wednesday night.
As winter teams aim to finish their seasons on a strong note, spring teams strive for a good start to theirs. Here’s a look at the key competitions this weekend.
Saturday's game between Penn women's lacrosse and Johns Hopkins was tightly contested, but the Quakers emerged victorious.
Whether it’s electronic dance music – EDM, for short – to get the blood flowing or a slow song to mourn a tough loss, music serves a multitude of purposes for athletes at Penn.
For some of the more veteran players on Penn women’s lacrosse, the three-game road stretch to open this season will feel like déjà vu.
When asked to provide her insights into rest of the Ivy League, Penn women’s lacrosse coach Karin Corbett first remarked upon the L
eague’s ascension as a whole.
Joining a new team as a freshman is never easy, especially when that team is ranked No. 10 in the country.
As the Quakers dominated their first game of the year with a 15-4 win over Delaware, Barry led the charge, scoring four goals and recording an assist.
Sage was the first ever head coach for both teams at Penn and coached for a total of 50 seasons — leading women’s lacrosse for 26 years and field hockey for 24 years.