According to Penn field hockey coach Val Cloud, it's "September or bust" this season.
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The men's lightweight crew team closed out its regular season in dominating fashion Saturday morning, cruising through its final regular-season meet against MIT and Saint Joseph's on the Schuylkill River.
Entering its final game of the season, the recently slumping men's lacrosse team has no prospects of an Ivy League championship or even a winning record.
If the Penn softball season were a cookbook, yesterday's games would follow a familiar recipe: start with a manageable opponent, add in a slow start, mix in a comeback attempt, let it sit for a while and you get another nail-biting loss.
The day seemed eerily familiar for the Penn softball squad. After winning its first two games of a four-game home stand Saturday against Princeton - by scores of 2-0 and 5-1, respectively - the streaky Quakers suffered a four-run loss in a lackluster performance in yesterday's first game against the Tigers.
The Penn softball team had yet another forgettable weekend in what has been an increasingly forgettable season.
Penn softball players and coaches have persistently claimed that they are a far better team than their losing record shows.
It may not be obvious - or it may even seem doubtful thanks to its 1-10-1 record in its last 12 games - but things may be looking up for Penn softball. Although their record doesn't indicate it, the Quakers have been showing steady improvement - and the time may be right for their slump to end.
The Penn softball team cannot seem to catch a break. Coming off of four straight losses to Saint Joseph's and Monmouth and a 10-7 loss to Lehigh earlier in the day, the Quakers seemed poised to finally snap their skid in the second game of a doubleheader.
Only 15 games into its season, the Penn softball team already faces a must-win game if it hopes to preserve its chances of finishing with a winning overall record. For the streaky Quakers (4-11), this scenario is very familiar.
With two outs in the fifth inning of the second game of its doubleheader against Saint Joseph's yesterday, the Penn softball team appeared poised to retire the high-powered Hawks offense in a quick three up, three down fashion. Down by two runs, the Quakers were still well within striking distance of pulling off a come-from-behind victory.
Although the softball team's season-opening tournament at George Mason may not have serious postseason implications, the team's performance this weekend may be a critical indicator of its potential for the upcoming season.
If the current economic crisis reinforces one lesson, it is that what comes up must go down. But don't tell that to the players on the Penn softball team.
On the surface, the ECAC championships - intended to be the final tune-up before the outdoor season - may not immediately reveal much about the future for the men's tennis team. The squad entered the tournament as the fourth seed and left the tournament as the fourth seed.
Exceeding expectations has been a familiar theme for the seniors on the women's squash team.
Not a single member of the Penn women's tennis program is old enough to rent a car from most companies. Although that may cause travel obstacles, it may be a good thing for the Quakers.