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.
A lot of things don’t live up to the hype.
The Big Red weren't able to break the momentum of the red-hot Quakers this weekend.
Penn baseball took three out of four games from Cornell over the weekend in the teams’ opening series of Lou Gehrig Division play.
The date was April 13, 2014.
Those of you with keen memories will remember this day as the Sunday of last year’s Fling weekend.
On Tuesday, Penn baseball took a seven-game winning streak to Plymouth Meeting, Pa., to take on Villanova in the Liberty Bell Classic.
Pitching? Check. Offense? Check.
Penn baseball notched two Big 5 awards Monday, as senior outfielder Connor Betbeze took home Player of the Week while teammate and fellow senior Ronnie Glenn notched Pitcher of the Week.
The awards came on the heels of a perfect seven-game stretch for the Quakers, who, in addition to a midweek victory over Saint Peter’s, notched doubleheader sweeps of conference foes Brown, Yale and Harvard.
Glenn was dominant in his two appearances, notching two wins — both complete games — against Harvard and Brown.