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Goldner (Malvern Prep), Postell (Haverford School) lead Penn to 22-6 rout and outright Ivy League title

Sunday, 21st April 2019

Categories Boy's/Men's, College, Posted 4/21/19
From Press Release

There was never any doubt.

As has been the case during every one of No. 5 Penn’s eight consecutive wins, a total team effort led to a victory as the Quakers dominated Dartmouth, 22-6, to win the program’s first outright Ivy League championship since 1986 and cap only the second undefeated Ivy League season in program history and first since 1986.

11 different players scored at least one goal and 14 had at least one point as the Quakers (8-3, 6-0 Ivy) extended the nation’s longest winning streak to eight games.

Before the game, Penn’s 10 seniors were honored as part of Senior Day festivities, and then that group put on a show. Co-captain Simon Mathias (3g, 4a) had a career-high seven points on three goals and four assists while fellow co-captain Tyler Dunn tied his career high with six points on a goal and five assists. All told, the seniors pitched in 16 of Penn’s 39 points in the game while goalkeeper Reed Junkin capped his Senior Day with seven saves and five goals allowed in 45 minutes of work.

The Quakers had already clinched a piece of their first overall Ivy League title since 1988 when they were co-champions, and had secured the No. 1 seed in the upcoming Ivy League Tournament with their win last weekend at Harvard. There was still work to do, and the Red and Blue put the game away early, ensuring there would be a celebration 35 years in the making.

Up next for the Quakers is a game against Vermont in Wilton, Conn. on April 27. Faceoff with the Catamounts is set for 1 p.m.

Notes To Know:

Penn claimed its first undefeated outright Ivy League championship since 1984. It had been 12,782 days since Penn had been undefeated outright Ivy champions.

Adam Goldner (Malvern Prep) scored five times and tied his career high with seven points. He now has 44 goals this season, tied for the most in a season by a Quaker and the most since John Shoemaker scored 44 in 1987.

Simon Mathias had a career high seven points. He now ranks No. 4 all-time at Penn in goals (107), No. 4 in points (173) and No. 9 in assists (66). He extended his point-scoring streak to 54 games – each of his career – which is No. 2 among active players and his goal-scoring streak to 31 games – which is tied for No. 1 among active players.

Tyler Dunn tied his career high with six points. He had five assists in today’s game after registering two over his 10 previous games this season.

Sam Handley had four goals, giving him 27 for the season. He is now No. 2 all-time in goals in a season by a Penn freshman and closing in on John Ward who had 33 in 1995.

Dylan Gergar had two goals, giving him goals in each of his last five games. He has 11 goals over those five games.

Keyveat Postell (Haverford School) tied his career high in both goals (2) and points (3).

The 48 combined goals Penn has scored over its last two games are the most in back-to-back contests in program history.


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