PHILADELPHIA--The Penn men's soccer team swept the Ivy League's weekly honors with senior goalkeeper Drew Healy as the Player of the Week andfreshman defenderJake Levin as Rookie of the Week. Levin was also named the Philadelphia Soccer Seven Co-Player of the Week while Healy was named to the PS7 Honor Roll.
Healy, anative of Wilmington, Del.,secured the Penn net in two more shutouts over the weekend. He has now clocked an incredible 580 scoreless minutes in goal thisseasonand helped Penn remain the only team in the country that has yet to allow a goal. Individually, he is among just a handful of keepers perfect on the season. The senior made five saves on the weekend, including two in overtime against Buffalo on Friday. The Ivy League nod was Healy's first after he spent the first two weeks on the honor roll.
Hailing from Columbia, Md., Levinnot only performed tirelessly as a member of Penn’s impenetrable backline, he added two goals in the Quakers’ 6-0 rout of Mercer. Levin used his 6-3 frame to the Red and Blue’s advantage Sunday, heading in two goals off corner kicks. On defense, Levin has helped Penn quell six opponents and make the Quakers the only team in the country that has yet to allow a goal. It is Levin's first such honor on both the Ivy League and PS7 lists.
Healy, Levin and the Quakers look to continue their success when they host Penn State, Wednesday at Rhodes Field. Game time is set for 7:30 p.m.