By the Numbers: Women’s soccer team

Running numbers around the Ivy League co-champions’ memorable season.

Players celebrate after winning share of Ivy title

The women’s soccer team had a season to remember, finishing 13-2-1 overall and 5-1-1 in the Ivy League. The Quakers ended the season as conference co-champions, their first since 2010 and fourth all-time. Their only two losses came against ranked opponents.

The 13 wins are the second-highest in school history, the two losses are the second-fewest in program history, and the 12-game unbeaten streak tied the school record.

In this edition of By the Numbers, Penn Today plays extra time with the women’s soccer team.

    • 4

      Number of players honored with United Soccer Coaches All-East Region distinction, the most in program history. Center back Camillia Nwokedi was named to the First Team; goalkeeper Kitty Qu, forward Emily Sands, and midfielder Allie Trzaska were Second-Team selections.

    • 5

      Number of goals Penn allowed in its 16 games, the fewest in program history. Two of the five were given up in a 4-2 win over Navy on Sept. 9.

    • 5

      Number of Quakers who were All-Ivy selections. Qu, Nwokedi, and Sands were First-Team awardees, Trzaska was a Second-Team selection, and senior forward Sasha Stephens and junior midfielder Megan Lloyd garnered honorable mention honors. Nwokedi was also named conference Defensive Player of the Year.

    • 19

      Number of career solo shutouts for Qu, the most in school history. She had nine solo shutouts this season.

    • 733

      Number of minutes of gameplay Penn went without giving up a goal, from Sept. 9 against Navy to Oct. 20 against Yale.

    • 7

      Number of game-winning goals scored by Sands, the most in the Ivy League and third-most in the nation.

    • 2

      Number of times the Quakers trailed all season.