Junior pitcher Alexis Sargent on the run after a hit at bat.
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Junior Sydney Kranzmann catches a a ball in the infield.
Junior Alexis Sargent was dominant in the first game, allowing just one hit in five innings.
The team huddles up at the end of the first inning.
Junior pitcher Alexis Sargent tossed a gem in the first game of Penn's doubleheader on Wednesday. The ace allowed just one hit in five innings to send the Quakers on their way to a sweep of Saint Joe's.
Before coming to Penn in 2004, softball coach Leslie King captained the New Zealand National Softball Team to a silver medal finish at the 1999 Women's World Championships.
Up next, junior ace Alexis Sargent and the Quakers have one unrelated doubleheader matchup against Saint Joseph's on Wednesday night.
Penn track and field enjoyed a strong showing in Chester, Pa. thanks to a number of strong individual performances, including sophomore Taylor McCorkle, who won the 100m dash with a time of 11.81.
Sophomore high jumper Mike Monroe is hoping his enthusiasm and optimism translate into results at this year's Penn Relays and Heps.
After struggling early on in her senior season, Lauren Li rebounded by throwing 5 solid innings on Wednesday, allowing just 2 runs while earning her second win.
Before South Division doubleheaders begin, Penn softball will face Drexel at home on Wednesday.
As a SAAC representative, junior midfielder Lauren D'Amore has been enthusiastic about the Quaker Cup competition, new in the 2015-16 academic year.
Junior Noah Kennedy-White's 53.55-meter discus throw was good for second place at the Lou Onesty Invitational.
Junior Korinne Raby carried Penn softball's offense on Friday, recording both of the team's RBI in its 4-1 and 12-1 losses to Dartmouth.
To many Penn athletes, nutrition is a crucial element of day to day performance.
Star outfielder Leah Allen was powerless to stop a dominant performance from Villanova on Tuesday, as the Wildcats scored nine first-inning runs en route to a 10-0 mercy rule win over their local counterparts.
Freshman Sam Pederson scored the walkoff run in the second game of Saturday's doubleheader versus Yale, earning the Quakers their second twin bill split of the weekend.
Sophomore Mike Monroe leapt to a 2.15-meter mark in the high jump, good for fourth in the Florida Relays and third-best in program history.