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Reaching base three times and securing both a run and an RBI, junior catcher Matt O'Neill excelled in Penn baseball's lone win of the weekend.
The scene on Broad Street after the Eagles clinched their Super Bowl berth was magical, and Sports Editor Cole Jacobson cites it as a reason he's in Philadelphia to stay.
Senior catcher Tim Graul may have been the best player in the Ivy League this year, but his three hits were not enough to propel Penn to victory in the Ivy League Championship Series.
Pitcher Jake Cousins was one of several seniors to play major roles for Penn baseball's division-winning team — the first in what could be many in coach John Yurkow's tenure.
Sophomore catcher Matt O'Neill was one of three Quakers to go yard on Sunday, boosting Penn baseball to a 6-3 win at Columbia en route to its first Gehrig Division title since 2007.
Though freshman pitcher Mitchell Holcomb had the game of his life with a career-high seven innings of shutout ball, Penn baseball came up agonizingly short of the Liberty Bell Classic title in a 2-1 loss.