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Baseball

06/05/12 9:51pm
Voiro was selected by the Oakland Athletics with the 469th pick overall. He became the highest-selected Quaker since Ben Krantz was picked in the 15th round by the Arizona Diamondbacks in 2003.
05/11/12 12:58am
Vince isn’t ready to let go of the game he’s been playing since his bam-bam bat days.
04/22/12 11:02pm
The Penn baseball team fell short against division leader Cornell. Dropping three of four, the Quakers (16-20, 7-9 Ivy) are officially done.
04/20/12 12:47am
As Penn takes on division leader Cornell at home for a pair of doubleheaders on Friday and Saturday, it will need to win three or four games to remain in serious contention for the division title.
04/18/12 2:19am
It was an ideal night for baseball and the energy was palpable from both dugouts, but the Hawks ultimately prevailed, 6-3. VIDEO: Penn vs. St. Joe’s at Citizens Bank Park
04/18/12 1:07am
Though the Red and Blue failed to capture the crown, falling to St. Joseph’s, 6-3, they added a new baseball program benchmark.
04/18/12 12:57am
On a perfect spring evening, a strong group of students, friends and family came out to support the Quakers in the Liberty Bell Classic final at Citizens Bank Park. VIDEO: Penn vs. St. Joe’s at Citizens Bank Park
04/17/12 1:33am
As the Phillies play at San Francisco tonight, they will cede — for one game — their stadium to the Quakers and the Hawks for the championship of the Liberty Bell Classic.
04/15/12 11:42pm
In this weekend’s four-game series at Princeton, the Penn baseball team struggled to emerge against a tough Tigers team, losing three of four.
04/13/12 12:10am
The Quakers will face their toughest test of the season against Princeton this weekend as they look to gain games on division-leading Cornell.
04/11/12 11:32pm

La Salle blasts its way past Baseball

Since top pitchers Vince Voiro and Cody Thomson were sitting out to rest, Cole decided to give his lesser-used arms an opportunity. But they couldn’t get the job done, and the Quakers fell to the Explorers, 11-4, at Meiklejohn Stadium.
04/10/12 11:38pm
Penn sits in the bottom position of its division, tied with Columbia at 5-3. Cornell, at 7-1, is alone at the top, for now. As Penn coach John Cole said of the tight race, “Anything can happen in this league.”
04/09/12 12:24am
The Quakers dropped two games to Dartmouth on Saturday before sweeping Harvard the following day in Boston to earn a split on the weekend.
04/06/12 1:10am
After a 3-5 start, the Quakers are getting hot — they’ve won four of their last five games due, in no small part, to the squad cleaning up its act.
04/02/12 11:58pm
After being blown out, 12-2, in the first game of a doubleheader against Brown on Monday afternoon, the Quakers rebounded with a 7-5 comeback win.
04/01/12 11:04pm
The Quakers swept Yale in Sunday’s doubleheader in its Ivy opener and will make up Saturday’s canceled doubleheader against Brown on Saturday.
03/30/12 2:27am
It’s time to put it all together for the Penn baseball team (8-9), which seems to be catching fire at the right time heading into this weekend’s Ivy openers against Brown and Yale.
03/28/12 11:02pm
Freshman pitcher Connor Cuff came to Penn with high expectations, but so far he has performed well for the Quakers.
03/27/12 10:23pm
With their 11-4 victory over Villanova in the opening game of the Liberty Bell Classic on Tuesday, the Quakers now need a win over LaSalle next week to go to the championship game, which will be played at the home of the Phillies on April 17.
03/27/12 12:23am
After all these highlights and lowlights, Tuesday’s 3 p.m. meeting with Villanova is the last chance for the Quakers to bring all aspects together at once before the Ivy season.