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The Pennsylvania soccer capped its unblemished season Saturday with a 5-0 victory over an inexperienced Dartmouth 11 Saturday in Philadelphia. The win enabled the Quakers to grab their second straight Ivy League title.
It was Penn coach Bob Seddon's sixteenth Ivy game in a row without a loss, and it left the Quakers with a 13-0-1 record for the regular season and a 6-0-1 Ivy mark. The tie was a 1-1 deadlock with second place Harvard in Cambridge November 4.
Penn, ranked second in the nation, meets Penn State Tuesday night at Franklin Field for the Mideast region title in the NCAA playoffs.
In the Dartmouth game, Steve Baumann scored two goals, while Larry Crum, Tom Botch and John Burke notched one each. Goalie Jim Miller recorded his ninth shutout of the year for the Quakers.
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