One final set without a men’s soccer conference on Sunday in DePaul

Philadelphia – The University of Pennsylvania men’s soccer team heads to Windy City this weekend for a non-conference game with DePaul University on Sunday afternoon, their last game before the start of the Ivy League game.

Match Day 6: Ben at DePaul

Sunday 25 September | 2pm EST | Chicago, Illinois.
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Series with DePaul
The Quakers and Blue Devils have faced each other only once, in 2008, with Ben winning 2-0.

About DePaul
The Blue Demons claimed their first win in 19 days on Tuesday night against Illinois-Chicago from 0-1-2 in their previous three games, and have improved to 3-1-3 this season. Nine players tied at the top of the team with one goal, with Kady Hagen and Marek Gonda sharing the team’s points lead with four. The Blue Demons outperformed their opponents 9-7, despite receiving 15 more shots on goal (39-24). Gandhi Cruz played every minute of goal during the first seven games, scoring one goal for an average and 0.821 save percentage.

Quaker Nutmeal
*Pennsylvania’s last Ivy League Players of the Week and Philly Soccer Six Player of the Week Awards: Stas Korzeniowski won the award in the week of September 12, and Michael Hughes He won the award last week.

*Ben scored 15 goals during his last winning streak in three consecutive games, the most the program has scored in three consecutive games since 1976 (17).

– The Quakers achieved the highest level in a single game of goals under coach Brian Gill in their 6-0 victory last Sunday Over FDU. In fact, Ben’s six goals against FDU marked the team’s highest single-game aggregate at home since 2008.

– With five goals in six matches, Korzeniowski has already surpassed his scoring output from last season.

* Ben Steez He scored in three consecutive games, matching his total goals in his first three seasons as a Quaker representative. Stitz has also started all 37 of Penn’s games since the start of the 2019 season.

* Brandon Curran He scored his first goal as a Quaker in the FDU win last Sunday.

*student Oliver Pratt He debuted as a Quaker against the FDU; classmate Sean Jennings I made it second.

* A goal keeper Nick Kristofferson He has allowed one goal or less in all six games this season, as well as 13 out of 15 from the start of his career.

* The Quakers have 71 more shots and 37 more shots on target than their opponents in six games. They also took another 32 corner kicks.

* Last season , Leo Burnie He became the first freshman in Pennsylvania to be named the All-Ivy men’s soccer team in more than 20 years.

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