Feeney had nine saves and allowed just four goals in the Quakers' 9-4 Ivy League win over Dartmouth on Saturday. The victory was Penn's third in a row and pushed the Red and Blue to 8-4 overall. In addition, the Quakers finished the Ivy League season at 4-2, their best league record since 2006, and they can finish no worse than second in the conference. That will be Penn's best Ivy League finish since 1989.
Feeney -- who also had a pair of saves in Penn's midweek win at Saint Joseph's -- has played all but 15 minutes between the pipes this season. He is among the national leaders with a 7.28 goals-against average, and has a .488 save percentage for the season.
Penn will conclude its 2011 regular season on Saturday at No. 10 Virginia; following that, the Quakers head up to Ithaca, N.Y. for the second annual Ivy League Tournament. That will take place May 6 and 8 at Cornell's Schoellkopf Field.