Through just 18 games this season the Quakers have scored 169 runs, good for a clip of 9.4 runs per game.
Despite starting strong, the Quakers faltered late and ended up losing to the Wildcats by a score of 5-4.
In the first Ivy series of the season, Penn baseball split Saturday’s doubleheader but lost on Sunday to Harvard at Meiklejohn Stadium.
The senior first baseman has been a consistent hitter throughout his career at Penn, sporting a batting average of .282 over his first three seasons.
With its 13-2 win against Lehigh on Wednesday afternoon, Penn baseball secured its seventh consecutive victory.
Three freshmen — Tommy Courtney, Craig Larsen, and Josh Hood — are starting for Penn baseball and playing beyond their years.
As the first Ivy League squad armed with FlightScope Strike, a portable tracking radar system, the Quakers are beginning to gather more data than ever before.
The former roommates turned housemates are entering their second baseball season as Quakers with a friendship that rivals few others.
Professional athletes get paid for their talents. So why can't college athletes also get compensated?
For the Quakers on the diamond, keeping their hot streaks alive includes being a bit superstitious and having fascinating game-day routines.
Penn baseball played in two doubleheaders over the span of two days and was able to walk away with four wins against Fairleigh Dickinson. The Quakers were victorious by scores of 8-4, 18-5, 8-5, and 16-2, extending their winning streak to six games.
As Penn spring sports begin to pick up momentum, there are some questions to keep in mind going into this weekend.
On Tuesday night, Lafayette put up little fight against the No. 24 Quakers, as the Red and Blue easily won by a score of 19-3.
Penn softball faced 10 teams in seven days at the USF-Clearwater Parks and Recreation Invitational Tournament in Clearwater, Fla., while Penn baseball also took a tour down South for its spring break.
To get their season in full swing, the Quakers will travel to the South for the majority of spring break, competing against several highly competitive teams.
Penn baseball came into this weekend’s series against Columbia having to win at least two of the three games in order to keep its hopes for a spot in the Ivy League Championship Series (ILCS) alive. Despite putting themselves in a position to win a pair of games, the Quakers came up just short in this feat.
Penn baseball never got its bats going and ended up losing to Delaware 3-1. After scoring at least six runs in each of their last five contests, the Quakers’ bats were stymied by effective pitching and timely defense by the Blue Hens.
Penn lost its final home series of the year to Cornell two games to one, including a 7-6 loss on Senior Day at Meiklejohn Stadium.
After spending the summer at both the Rookie and Class A Short Season levels, Lescher and Bleday have progressed to the Class A Midwest League, while Cousins has not been assigned to a full season team this spring and remains on the Doubleday roster.
Penn baseball is on the fringe of contention for the Ivy League title, and it'll need junior first baseman Sean Phelan to keep up his dominant offensive play to get there.