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.
Save percentage for the Quakers, the best in the nation.
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.
Goals-against average for the Quakers, tops in the country.
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.
Number of career solo shutouts for Qu, the most in school history. She had nine solo shutouts this season.
Number of minutes of gameplay Penn went without giving up a goal, from Sept. 9 against Navy to Oct. 20 against Yale.
Number of game-winning goals scored by Sands, the most in the Ivy League and third-most in the nation.
Number of times the Quakers trailed all season.