IN TWO WORLDS
Penn’s Chevtchenko goes from Ivy league to Russian National Team
For Anastasiya Chevtchenko, watching the Olympics from Sochi the last few weeks was a little different than for most Americans. The 19-year-old forward at the University of Pennsylvania has been to Sochi. Not as a spectator, but as a member of the Russia Women's National Team.
|Penn's Anastasiya Chevtchenko is headed to Portugal with the Russia Women's National Team for the Algarve Cup.
photo courtesy Penn Athletics
PENN QUAKERS RECENT NEWS
| NEVER TOO LATE
2 goals in final 5 minutes doom Quakers
SEATTLE – A game Penn had within reach at No. 10 Washington slipped away in the final five minutes as the Huskies struck twice in the waning minutes to deal the Quakers a 3-1 loss.
PENN FALLS, 3-0
William & Mary has little trouble
PHILADELPHIA - Penn's women's soccer team fell behind to William & Mary early on Sunday and never recovered, losing to the Tribe, 3-0.
FIT TO BE TIED
Penn, St. Francis stuck on 1-1
PHILADELPHIA - Penn's women's soccer team tied Saint Francis (Pa.) on Thursday night at Rhodes Field, 1-1.
PENN RALLIES FOR WIN
Quakers overcome 2-0 deficit for 3-2 victory
PHILADELPHIA - For the second year in a row, Penn's women's soccer team overcame a two-goal deficit against Old Dominion. But unlike last year, when the Quakers settled for a tie with the Lady Monarchs, on Sunday freshman Kristen Miller scored late in the first overtime period to propel the Red and Blue to a 3-2 win at Rhodes Field.
DUKE ON THE SPOT
Last-minute goal gives Penn a victory
PHILADELPHIA – Penn’s captain was “Captain Clutch” on Sunday. Duke Lacroix snuck in the game-winner in the 90th minute as Penn escaped Rhodes Field with a 4-3 win over Central Connecticut State.
PENN OPENS WITH WIN
Quakers blank Drexel
PHILADELPHIA – As far as career debuts go, Austin Kuhn and Levi Levenfiche will surely remember theirs as each scored in the second half to propel Penn to a 2-0 win over University City neighbor Drexel at Rhodes Field.
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