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After impressing on the mound this past spring, Penn lefty Ronnie Glenn was provided a summer opportunity most college ballplayers only dream of — a chance to play in the Cape Cod Baseball League.
Penn second baseman Mike Vilardo will begin a new chapter in his unique and eventful journey as a student-athlete next spring at Purdue, marking a significant loss for the Red and Blue.
All-Ivy outfielder Rick Brebner, a 2014 graduate, was at the center of Penn baseball’s success this past season. Relieved to give his body a rest but unsure of his next move after a sports-centric youth, Brebner reflects on an exhilarating senior season, lost MLB dreams and having his own parody Twitter account.
After a colorful Penn baseball career and an additional season as a Blue Devil, 2013 graduate Ryan Deitrich’s big league dreams are still alive and well.
After a surprisingly successful season, Penn baseball finally met its match Saturday against Columbia and David Speer.
This Saturday, Penn baseball will have one final chance to knock off defending Ivy League Champion Columbia and return to the postseason for the first time since 2007.
Penn baseball’s thrilling run isn’t over yet.
In Penn baseball’s quest for the Ivy League title, the club’s freshmen, who hail from all parts of the country, are more than along for the ride — the group has been a key driver to the team’s surprise success this season.
The playoffs have come early for Penn baseball.
The weekend was both odd and even for Penn baseball.
On the surface, it may seem as if Penn baseball, with its 11-1 conference record, has waltzed through Ivy League play thus far.
This weekend, the Quakers will be given a familiar duty, yet of a
more difficult sort than usual.
As the rest of campus flings away this weekend, Penn baseball will be given its toughest and most significant test thus far when it hosts Cornell.
On Wednesday, Penn baseball
used some help from a fresh face to embark on what it hopes will be a brand new
Fresh starts and strong finishes. Such has been the story this season for Penn baseball, and no group embodies it more than the Quakers’ bullpen.
If it wasn’t apparent before this weekend, it is now: Penn baseball is here to stay.
Penn baseball is getting its spring cleaning done early this year.
Jeff McGarry may be stepping off the mound, but he is sure stepping up for Penn baseball.
Of Penn’s four first-time NCAA qualifiers, one emerged as an All-American.
You’d be hard pressed to find anyone with a busier spring break than Penn baseball, a team that played eight games in a 10-day span.