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Fourth-year defender Gracyn Banks of the field hockey team has been named First-Team All-Ivy for the second year in a row.
Ben Stitz of the men’s soccer team, Livia Loozen of the field hockey team, and Trey Flowers of the football team have secured Ivy League Player of the Week recognition.
Alanna Shanahan, director of Penn Athletics, is hosting a series of interviews with alumnae in support of “Power the Next 100,” a new fundraising initiative focused on women’s varsity athletics.
Field hockey’s Allison Kuzyk has been named Offensive Player of the Week and sprint football’s Adrian Montemayor has been named Special Teams Player of the Week.
The field hockey team defeated Columbia on Friday and Delaware on Sunday to give Colleen Fink her 100th and 101st victories as head coach of the Quakers.
“Power the Next 100” will serve as the catalyst to help Penn Athletics fulfill its commitment to holistically developing its women student-athletes over the next 100 years.
The men’s soccer team ranked 16th in the latest United Soccer Coaches poll and the field hockey team was recently ranked 24th by the NFHCA.
Field hockey’s Allison Kuzyk has been named Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week and football’s Kendren Smith has been selected Ivy and FCS Defensive Player of the Week.
The field hockey team beat Brown 3-2 on Saturday at Ellen Vagelos Field. They have won four out of their last five games.
The field hockey team defeated LIU 2-0 on Sunday at Ellen Vagelos Field, picking up their second win of the season.
In a profile, Yorktown high school senior Emily Stafford says that she’s committed to playing field hockey at the University of Pennsylvania, where she’ll be studying at the Wharton School.
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