2023 Schedule Breakdown: Penn Quakers

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The Penn Quakers are the 22nd DI program to release its 2023 men’s lacrosse schedule. The Quakers are coming off a 2022 campaign in which they went 11-5 overall and 3-3 in Ivy League play. Penn ended the year with a loss in the NCAA Quarterfinals to Rutgers.

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Grad Transfers: Former Penn Faceoff Man Jamie Zusi to Join Duke in 2023

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Penn faceoff man Jamize Zusi will be heading to Durham to join the Duke Blue Devils as a grad transfer in 2023. He confirmed the news to Lacrosse Bucket on Wednesday morning.

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Breakout Players From 2022: Specialists

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The 2022 college lacrosse season is in the books. And just like always, there were freshmen who stood out amongst the rest and shined during their first season of college lacrosse.

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NCAA First Round: Ben Smith’s Late-Game Heroics Push Penn Past Richmond in Overtime

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The Penn Quakers will live to see another day as, in typical Penn fashion, they defeated the Richmond Spiders 11-10 in overtime to advance to the NCAA Quarterfinals.

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Ivy League Championship: Penn Turns Up The Heat, Knocks off Yale For Second Straight Ivy Title

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For the second straight time, the Penn Quakers are the Ivy League Champions. And just like last time, they had to go through the Yale Bulldogs to earn that title.

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Ivy League Semifinals: Yale’s Ride Aides in Win Over Cornell, Burkinshaw and Handley Help Penn Take Down Brown

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On Friday night, the Yale Bulldogs and Cornell Big Red played as even of a game as you could as for. Cornell had 35 ground balls to Yale’s 34. The Bulldogs had 17 turnovers while the Big Red had 16. Even the two goals were nearly even with Yale’s Jared Paquette making 14 and Cornell’s Chayse Ierlan making 13.

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