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.
Though its offensive lineup features just three seniors, the Penn baseball team is far more experienced than its ages reveal.
Spending spring break in the Sunshine State has inspired Penn baseball coach John Cole to look on the bright side of his team’s season-opening road trip.
If the Penn baseball team needs time to shake off some winter cobwebs, it will certainly get the chance to do so over spring break.