In-Game Blog

Box Score 

PRINCETON, N.J.--The No. 21 Penn men's soccer team settled for a scoreless tie with Ivy rival Princeton, Saturday. The shutout was the team's 10th this season and promotes senior goalkeeper Drew Healy to a tie for the most shutouts in a season in Penn's record books.

Despite putting six shots on goal, the Quakers were unable to get to the back of the net and came away with a scoreless tie. Penn seniors Alex Grendi, Kevin Unger and Andrew Ferry all gave Princeton keeper Joe Walter a workout, but he made all the stops.

The Quakers also saw significant minutes from Mike Klein and Loukas Tasigianis who both created scoring opportunities in the second half and overtime.

The Penn defense held strong as well with Healy making six saves and freshman Jake Levin proving his mettle at center back without the expertise of senior Ryan Porch by his side. The shutout was the team's 10th this season and second consecutive.

The Red and Blue will host its final game of the regular season Saturday night under the lights at Rhodes Field. The Harvard Crimson will come to town to decide the Ivy League title at 7:30 p.m. Penn will also honor its 12 seniors in a pre-game ceremony.