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Penn baseball heading to one-game playoff

Penn baseball knew it would be in for its greatest test of the season this weekend against an evenly matched opponent in Columbia.

The Quakers  took the field on Saturday tied for first place in the Ivy League's Lou Gehrig Division hoping to clinch the title by winning at least three out of the four games.


Deja vu all over again for Penn baseball

To paraphrase the famous hardball philosopher Yogi Berra, it’s deja vu all over again.

For the second time in as many years, Penn baseball enters the final weekend of the regular season tied with Columbia atop the Ivy League’s Lou Gehrig Division.

And for the second consecutive year, the Quakers (20-12, 14-2 Ivy) will face off with their foes from the Big Apple in a winner-take-all, four game series.



Penn baseball in familiar territory after sweep of Princeton

For the second straight year, Penn baseball controls its own destiny with a four-game series against the Columbia Lions on the horizon.

Princeton may have been the team in the opposite dugout this weekend, but for the Quakers, keeping pace with Columbia has been the chief concern as the race for the Lou Gehrig Division championship continues to gain steam.


Penn baseball enters the stretch run of Ivy play

Each year, the start of spring heralds the most glorious time of the year—great weather, fun times as school winds down and, of course, baseball season.

While the Philadelphia Phillies may have 154 games remaining in their regular season, Penn baseball is nearing the peak of Ivy League play with only two series remaining against Princeton and Columbia, respectively.



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