On Thursday, junior catcher Tim Graul was announced as the Ivy League's Player of the Year.
NEW YORK — Going into the final weekend of the season versus Columbia, Penn baseball had to be pretty much perfect if they hoped to gain a game on Princeton and earn a berth in the elusive Ivy Championship Series.
Unfortunately, that was not to be.
Quite literally, it's anybody's game. A chance at the Ivy League title is at stake for Penn, and every other team in the conference.
Penn baseball (18-19, 9-7 Ivy) will play a four-game series against Columbia (13-23, 7-9) this weekend, with Friday's doubleheader being played at Penn and Saturday's games to be played in New York.
As Penn baseball coach John Yurkow was faced with the prospect of life without former co-Ivy League Player of the Year Austin Bossart following the 2015 season, he didn’t have to look all that far from home.
If there were any questions about the Quakers’ production from behind the plate, consider junior catcher Tim Graul the answer.
There’s definitely something in the water when it comes to Penn baseball catchers.
This weekend, Penn baseball Grauled Cornell.
As the spring season starts to wind down, there are a number of Penn teams in the hunt for an Ivy title and beyond.