Penn Park was bursting with excited fans and an electric energy as the Penn softball team took on Dartmouth in the first Ivy League Championship series to ever be played on Penn soil.
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With the Ivy League South crown already in hand, the only goal left for Penn softball against Columbia at Penn Park on Saturday was to secure home-field advantage.
It’s never easy to be at the top.
The Quakers’ usual starters took a much-needed rest heading into a matchup with their 33rd Street rival Drexel.
Softball isn’t always considered a banner sport. It doesn’t draw the same massive crowds that come for football and basketball.
After a sloppy mid-week matchup with Villanova, a Saturday split and Sunday sweep were exactly the type of spring cleaning the Quakers needed to keep morale high and their two-game lead for first place intact.
After a promising weekend Ivy League sweep, Penn once again struggled to maintain consistency.
Penn softball coach Leslie King said she hoped that the week’s earlier loss to Monmouth was a gut-check.
Going up against Monmouth on Wednesday, the Penn softball team’s focus seemed to be everywhere but the diamond.
Despite the solid weekend start for Penn baseball, the Quakers stumbled in the conclusion of their rain-delayed tie with Harvard Monday at Meiklejohn Stadium.
A smooth transition from non-Ivy success to league play is what the Penn baseball team was looking for in their conference-opening weekend at Meiklejohn Stadium.
After already mercy-ruling Holy Cross once this season and winning both of its previous home doubleheaders, Penn softball took the field at Penn Park with unbridled confidence.
The Penn men’s heavyweight rowing and women’s rowing teams were in action this Saturday, putting on impressive performances on the Schuylkill and Cooper Rivers.
The sun shined brightly enough for the Quakers Wednesday afternoon in a doubleheader against the Lehigh Mountain Hawks.
Wednesday, the Penn baseball team hopes to have a little bit of recent history repeat itself against Villanova.
On a cold, windy Friday afternoon at Penn Park, the Penn softball team lit up the scoreboard with a no-hitter and 19 combined runs in two games against a struggling Lafayette squad.