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After splitting a doubleheader Friday, Penn baseball lost to division-leading Princeton in two close games Sunday.
They’re not ready to be crowned the Fab Five just yet, but Penn baseball’s newcomers have made an instant impact.
Senior captain Hicham Laalej has been taking care of business all season, and Wednesday’s match against Navy was no different.
The Quakers’ 24-6 lead to open the game turned out to be too much for Yale to overcome, as Penn won its first Ivy game of the season, 66-58.
The Penn men's basketball team will play three road games over winter break — against Delaware Dec. 22, at Marist Dec. 29 and a final one, at Rupp Arena.
Despite an Ivy championship to his name, quarterback Billy Ragone did not receive the award for Ivy League Player of the Year Monday.
The Quakers defeated Bryant 70-59 to open their season Friday at the Palestra. The victory marked Penn’s first home opener win since 2006.
The Quakers face Princeton Saturday for their fifth Ivy League game of the season. Penn is still undefeated in the conference, while the Tigers have yet to register a conference win.
Football coach Al Bagnoli can make history Saturday as he tries for his 125th win at Penn — a victory would make Bagnoli the winningest coach in Quakers football history.
The Big Green came back late, but the Quakers bounced back to win, 35-28, in the Ivy opener.
After six seasons as the women’s squash team’s head coach, Jack Wyant will be called upon to turn around a men’s team that struggled last season, dropping 6 of its final 8 matches.
Entering the final game of a four game stand with Princeton, freshman pitcher John Beasley had a no-hitter after five innings and gave up only one hit through seven before being pulled in the eighth.
In Saturday’s doubleheader, both starting pitchers went the distance, as Penn cruised to two easy victories. On Sunday, however, the next two starters struggled, and the Quakers came out winless.
The unpredictable Quakers (13-14, 4-4 Ivy) lost to Harvard twice by scores of 12-9 and 10-9, and split the series with Dartmouth, winning 9-5 and losing in extra innings 3-2.
The Quakers, who often fell victim to prolonged rallies from opponents last season, allowed Villanova to score seven runs in both the fourth and fifth innings in yesterday’s 17-5 thrashing.
In sweeping two doubleheaders against Mt. St. Mary’s, the Quakers' starting pitchers dazzled, allowing just two earned runs in 27 innings.
The Quakers’ bats were on fire from the first pitch onward, as they scored eight runs in the first four innings against Temple.
Schwartz pulls through, leading Penn Men's tennis to shutout victory and fifth straight win