Woodard named Ivy Player of the Week

The junior midfielder came up clutch in Penn’s 4-2 win over Cornell on Saturday.

Breukelen Woodard of the women's soccer team dribbles the ball down the field.

Junior midfielder Breukelen Woodard scored two clutch goals in the women’s soccer team’s 4-2 victory over Cornell on Saturday—the game-tying goal in the 53rd minute and the game-winning goal in the 74th minute. For her performance, she has been selected Ivy League Player of the Week.

A native of Rutland, Vermont, Woodard finished with three shots, two shots on goal, and two goals against the Big Red, for a total of four points. She leads the team in goals scored (five) and is second on the team in total points (11). She also scored the game-winning goal in Penn’s 1-0 shutout of Mount St. Mary’s on Sept. 8.

Woodard is currently tied for second in the Ivy League with five goals on the season. Her two game-winning goals are tied for second-best in conference, and she is tied for sixth in the Ivy League with 11 total points.

The 6-3-1 Quakers are currently tied for third place in the conference with a 1-1 record. On Saturday, Oct. 12, they take on Columbia in New York City.