If the Penn baseball team wants to race to the top of the Ivy League, it will first have to clear a Big Red roadblock.
On Wednesday afternoon at Meiklejohn Stadium, no gems were tossed, no pitchers’ duel was witnessed and nearly no words were left for coach John Cole after the game.
After a disappointing weekend on the road, the Quakers are setfor a turnaround when they host La Salle tomorrow at Meiklejohn Stadium at 3 p.m.
As each player enters the game, a segment of a song is played at the player’s request. Not surprisingly, there have been the good, the bad and the ugly among the song choices.
The unpredictable Quakers (13-14, 4-4 Ivy) lost to Harvard twice by scores of 12-9 and 10-9, and split the series with Dartmouth, winning 9-5 and losing in extra innings 3-2.
The Penn baseball team may only be entering their second week of Ivy play, but this weekend’s games against Harvard and Dartmouth already have title implications.
The first full week of Ivy baseball is in the books, but the championship outlook seems hazier than ever.
Today’s environment provides several different paths to MLB — the Ivies being the road less traveled.
In a fashion echoing this past weekend, the Penn baseball team dug itself into an early hole, yet regained the lead with some timely hitting.
A 12-4 victory over Yale at Meiklejohn Stadium Sunday capped of a successful weekend for the baseball team.
In his first year at Penn, freshman first baseman Spencer Branigan has already put together an impressive resume.
With the heart of the lineup leading off he top of the fourth inning at the Liberty Bell Classic, the Penn baseball team began putting on a hitting clinic.
Today the Quakers will host St. Joseph’s to kick off the first round of the 19th annual Liberty Bell Classic.
The Quakers hosted a two-game series with Lafayette Saturday — losing both contests due to several defensive miscues — and then split a second doubleheader Sunday as the team ventured north to Easton, Pa.
The Quakers, who often fell victim to prolonged rallies from opponents last season, allowed Villanova to score seven runs in both the fourth and fifth innings in yesterday’s 17-5 thrashing.
For senior outfielder Tom Grandieri, there is much more riding on today’s matchup than a five-game winning streak.
Over a span of 36 hours, quarterback Kyle Olson went from standing under center to sitting in the bullpen.
In sweeping two doubleheaders against Mt. St. Mary’s, the Quakers' starting pitchers dazzled, allowing just two earned runs in 27 innings.
After a busy opening schedule with eight games in 11 days, the Penn baseball team is ready to restore order to its season this weekend.
The Quakers’ bats were on fire from the first pitch onward, as they scored eight runs in the first four innings against Temple.