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Credit: Julia Schorr

In this week's edition of Is Stat So?, Penn women's lacrosse has a furious comeback, track breaks even more records, while baseball and softball defenses feature. Click here for previous editions.  

 

School records set by Penn track and field this weekend a the Florida Relays and Raleigh Relays. Among the records were throws from Maura Kimmel (discus) and Rachel Wilson (hammer throw).


Percent of faceoffs won by Penn men's lacrosse in its 12-6 loss at No. 4 Yale. Because of the low faceoff percentage, the Bulldogs were able to control the ball for most of the game.


Total innings played by Penn baseball in its three-game series against Dartmouth, two of which went to extras. Both games on Sunday went to extras, and the second game was postponed after the 11th inning due to darkness.



Runs allowed by Penn softball freshman pitcher Abigail Abramson in a complete game 6-2 win over Brown. It was Abramson's second complete game in her brief career.



Scoring run over the last 14 minutes of regulation by Penn women's lacrosse to send its game vs. No. 12 Northwestern to overtime. Despite the big comeback effort, the Quakers then fell 12-11 in double overtime.

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