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Baseball

04/23/13 8:28pm
One cannot help but feel a bit of optimism that if the young and inexperienced pitching rotation can build on the successes they had this season, all it will take is a spark in the offense to catapult the Quakers to Ivy success.
04/21/13 9:26pm
The Quakers (22-17, 7-9 Ivy) lost three of four in their series against the Big Red (21-14, 9-7), winning the first game, 6-0, before losing the last three contests, 4-2, 3-1 and 8-2 respectively.
04/18/13 9:25pm
The Quakersare preparing for a four-game away series versus Cornell this weekend.
04/17/13 10:00pm
By the end of the fourth, Penn (21-14, 6-6 Ivy) had burst the game wide open with a 9-0 lead over a seemingly helpless Lehigh (18-20, 5-7 Patriot) squad, finishing with a 13-2 victory. The game finished in a healthy 13-2 victory over.
04/16/13 8:14pm
Wednesday, the Quakers travel to Bethlehem, Pa. to face Lehigh in their final nonconference matchup of the season.
04/15/13 8:17pm
Coach John Cole and his staff work towards the end of the year to put each player into one of several summer leagues around the country so they can improve throughout the offseason.
04/14/13 8:19pm

No seventh heaven for Penn baseball

Princeton took three of four from the Quakers in the weekend series, scoring seven runs in each of the four games.
04/11/13 7:41pm
The Quakers (19-11, 5-3 Ivy) play four crucial games this weekend, taking on Princeton in their first division games of the year.
04/10/13 8:05pm
After a weekend of frustrated bats against Yale and Brown, Penn baseball (19-11) finally showed some spark halfway through Wednesday’s game at La Salle (12-18).
04/09/13 8:07pm
In the final Big 5 matchup of the season, the Quakers will look to score early to avoid the Explorers’ talented bullpen.
04/09/13 8:03pm
Penn baseball’s rookie sensation from Cary, Ill. has stormed onto the scene this season, establishing himself as one of the Quakers’ best hitters. But baseball wasn’t always Vilardo’s game.
04/07/13 8:14pm
The Penn baseball team finished its cross-divisional play this weekend, splitting a pair of doubleheaders against Yale and Brown with the Lou Gehrig Division race still wide open.
04/04/13 8:41pm
The Quakers made a strong statement in their opening weekend of Ivy play, sweeping Dartmouth and splitting with Harvard. This weekend, they have the chance to start pulling away in the race.
04/03/13 7:37pm
John Cole’s squad could be looking at its first bid for a Gehrig Division crown since 2007 and its first run at an Ivy League title since 1995.
04/02/13 9:36pm
The Quakers fell to Villanova at Meiklejohn Stadium, 5-4, in the penultimate round of the Liberty Bell Classic.
04/01/13 7:06pm

BRIEF | Penn baseball can't complete sweep

Penn failed to finish off its impressive Ivy League start by surrendering three runs in the ninth, losing, 6-3.
04/01/13 6:24pm
After a pair of series’ against Ivy League opponents, the Penn baseball team will hit the field for the fourth consecutive day on Tuesday when they host Villanova in the semifinals of the Liberty Bell Classic.
03/31/13 9:13pm
The Red and Blue made critical plays to sweep the Big Green in back-to-back 3-2 victories before rallying past Harvard with a 4-1 afternoon victory, followed by a rain-delayed 3-3 postponement (at the top of the eighth inning). That game will resume Monday at noon.
03/28/13 8:04pm
Over a two-day span, Penn baseball takes on two opponents in four big games. And there is just one goal: start out Ivy play in the win column as they take on Dartmouth and Harvard this weekend.
03/27/13 11:01pm

Penn baseball tames Leopards with devastating hitting show

The Red and Blue (13-7) trounced Lafayette, 8-1, in the first round of the Liberty Bell Classic, its fourth win in five straight games against the Leopards (3-19).