The Quakers, who played eight games in Florida over Spring Break, are 3-5, and have been blown out in four of their losses. The coaches have been shifting its starting lineup, and three separate players have been used as cleanup.
Unlike many other schools against whom they competed, Penn (3-5) was just starting their season and dropped their first three games before breaking their fall.
While every little league baseball player may dream of someday playing for his favorite team, very few reach that ultimate goal. But Penn baseball alum Paul Cusick is on his way to doing just that.
A large group of students, faculty and baseball enthusiasts filled Houston Hall Thursday to discuss the importance of baseball parks in revitalizing communities. The panel included Phillies President and CEO David Montgomery, a 1968 College graduate and 1970 Wharton MBA recipient.
2011 alum Adrian Lorenzo and senior Derek Vigoa start organization to donate bats to Cuban players.
Recently graduated Penn pitcher shares about life in the minor leagues after being drafted by Phillies.
Four Quakers were selected as All-Stars for their respective summer leagues.
Two Quaker pitchers had their names called this week in the MLB Draft.
Two Quaker pitchers hope to hear their names called next week at the MLB Draft.
Penn currently sits second in the Lou Gehrig Division, four games behind Princeton. The Quakers would need to sweep Columbia and get some help to catch them.
The Quakers took on last-place Cornell this weekend for a pair of doubleheaders but returned home with only one win.
Senior Dan Williams' hit count sits at 192, two shy of former captain Nick Italiano’s record from 2003.
Untimely hitting hurt Penn once again, as the Quakers fell to Lehigh, 6-5, on Wednesday.
With just two weeks remaining in what has been a tightly contested Ivy season, the playoff finalists are far from settled.
After splitting a doubleheader Friday, Penn baseball lost to division-leading Princeton in two close games Sunday.
As Penn and Princeton battle for sole possession of first place atop the Lou Gehrig Division, the Quakers have one thing Princeton doesn’t: senior ace Paul Cusick.
When Penn takes on La Salle, the Quakers may have to return to small ball if they want to avenge their 6-4 loss to the Explorers earlier this season.
A wild win for Penn baseball opened a 2-2 weekend that still left them atop the divisional standings.
Will Davis’s toughness has been much needed this year. Due to injuries to his fellow catchers, Davis has been behind the plate for all but nine innings through 23 games, sitting out just one game due to injury.
In a hastily arranged matchup between the streaking Penn baseball team and Keystone, the Quakers emerged with an 8-7 victory Wednesday afternoon at Meiklejohn Stadium.