Following an impressive victory over No. 19 Georgetown, No. 15 Penn women’s lacrosse will host Johns Hopkins at Franklin Field on Saturday, while the men face No. 10 Duke in Charlotte, N.C.
Penn women’s lacrosse swept this week's Ivy League awards as senior attacker Gabby Rosenzweig and junior midfielder Abby Bosco earned Offensive and Defensive Player of the Week, respectively.
Gabby Rosenzweig has made a name for herself in the Ivy League over the last four years, earning two first team All-Ivy nods, including a unanimous selection last season.
No. 12 Penn blew No. 19 Georgetown out of the water on its home turf Saturday afternoon, 17-6. This was the first game of the season for the Quakers but the second for the Hoyas.
The Quakers’ victory was fueled by a stat-sheet stuffing performance by senior midfielder Erin Barry, whose efforts earned her DP Sports Player of the Week.
Penn men's and women's lacrosse kick their 2020 seasons off on the road this weekend, with the women facing Georgetown and the men getting Maryland.
One year removed from a third-place finish in the Ivy League and a 13th consecutive trip to the NCAA Tournament, Penn women’s lacrosse enters the 2020 season with high expectations.
Penn sophomore midfielder Michaela McMahon helped lead the United States team to their fifth gold medal.
Nicole Troost is joining Penn women's lacrosse as an assistant coach.
Penn women’s lacrosse assistant coach Melissa Lehman has been hired as head coach of Rutgers women’s lacrosse.
Things didn’t end in the Quakers’ favor on Friday afternoon in Syracuse, N.Y., in the first round of the NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Tournament, where the Hoyas clinched a 13-12 victory.
After a loss against Princeton in the Ivy Tournament Finals, Penn women's lacrosse will hope to emerge victorious against Georgetown in their first game of postseason play.
Penn women's lacrosse was tripped up in the Ivy League Tournament final by rivals and perennial lacrosse powerhouse Princeton on Sunday.
After a pair of wins on Friday, Penn men's and women's lacrosse are back in action on Sunday in the finals of the Ivy League Tournament.
In a back and forth affair, Penn women’s lacrosse came out on top, beating Dartmouth, 15-14, in the semifinals of the Ivy League Tournament.
In the Ivy League Tournament, Penn women's lacrosse knocked off No. 2 Dartmouth in a 15-14 victory, handing the Big Green their first loss since April 6.
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Between the men's and women's teams, the Quakers received 17 awards from the Ivy League.
For the 10th time in 10 tries, Penn women’s lacrosse will be playing in the Ivy League Tournament, this time taking on a Dartmouth squad that got the better of the Quakers earlier this season.
In its final contest of the regular season, No. 13 Penn women's lacrosse clinched the No. 3 seed in the upcoming Ivy League Tournament after defeating Harvard, 17-9.