Joe Miller means business, but not the front office kind where he'd spend most of his time off the field and hang his Wharton degree on an office wall. For now, his focus is solely aimed at being the best version of himself, and proving his place on the mound as the Detroit Tigers' newest left-handed pitcher.
As a couple of the teams compete for Ivy League and NCAA titles, here's a look at the best seniors on each of Penn's spring sports rosters.
At the Kelly Writers House on Monday evening and Tuesday morning, attendees heard Doug Glanville talk about his new book in addition to his thoughts on the present state of the MLB.
With just two Ivy League series remaining in the regular season, Penn baseball's weekend sweep of Brown could not have come at a better time.
Across four games over the past week, Wyatt Henseler batted 9-for-19 and put up a staggering 12 RBIs in addition to three home runs.
This week's DP Sports Player of the Week award goes to senior shortstop Craig Larsen, who was a vital part of Penn's record-setting 27-6 win over Harvard in game one of the two-game series.
Tommy Courtney of Penn baseball is a Yankees and Giants fan. Please interpret that as you wish.
Armed with game footage and hoards of advanced stats, here's a look at how the Ancient Eight stacks up midway through the Ivy League baseball season.
Former Penn baseball center fielder Doug Glanville, who was drafted 12th overall in the 1991 MLB draft and played seven seasons in the majors, has transitioned into a writing and analyst role with ESPN, advocating for equity and unity in the sport.
Penn baseball now stands 16-8, and 4-2 in conference after its home series win over Dartmouth.
After collecting a series win on the road at Columbia, Penn baseball couldn't keep the momentum going in a Tuesday afternoon loss to Lafayette.
In the second game of Saturday's doubleheader, the Quakers fumbled a six-run lead to fall to the Lions 11-10, but Penn bounced back less than 24 hours later to secure a series win.
As Penn baseball heads into a streak of crucial conference games, Craig Larsen has his sights set on helping the Quakers to an Ivy League title.
Penn baseball took care of business against Wagner over the weekend, sweeping the three-game series.
Keep up to date with the Quakers as winter sports charge towards final gasps for glory at NCAA Championships and spring sports show hints of what the coming season has in store.
In as good a start to the season as the team could have hoped for, Penn baseball upset Texas A&M, emerging the series victorious with two wins and a loss.
As the spring sports season is now underway, here's a look at what the men's and women's lacrosse, softball, and baseball teams are doing to prepare.
Despite COVID-19 restrictions across the Ivy League limiting athletic participation in spring 2021, several athletics teams in that part of the season were able to participate in limited capacity.
Although the Brewers were swiftly eliminated, Penn alumnus Jake Cousins got a chance to pitch in the postseason, becoming the first Quaker to do so in over a century.