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Baseball

05/19/16 1:00pm
On Thursday, junior catcher Tim Graul was announced as the Ivy League's Player of the Year.
04/30/16 9:41pm
NEW YORK — Going into the final weekend of the season versus Columbia, Penn baseball had to be pretty much perfect if they hoped to gain a game on Princeton and earn a berth in the elusive Ivy Championship Series. Unfortunately, that was not to be.
04/27/16 11:06pm
Quite literally, it's anybody's game. A chance at the Ivy League title is at stake for Penn, and every other team in the conference. Penn baseball (18-19, 9-7 Ivy) will play a four-game series against Columbia (13-23, 7-9) this weekend, with Friday's doubleheader being played at Penn and Saturday's games to be played in New York.
04/25/16 11:33pm
As Penn baseball coach John Yurkow was faced with the prospect of life without former co-Ivy League Player of the Year Austin Bossart following the 2015 season, he didn’t have to look all that far from home.
04/25/16 11:32pm
If there were any questions about the Quakers’ production from behind the plate, consider junior catcher Tim Graul the answer.
04/25/16 11:32pm
There’s definitely something in the water when it comes to Penn baseball catchers.
04/24/16 11:30pm
This weekend, Penn baseball Grauled Cornell.
04/20/16 12:04am
As the spring season starts to wind down, there are a number of Penn teams in the hunt for an Ivy title and beyond.
04/19/16 11:46pm
After dropping three of four to Princeton this past weekend, Penn baseball needed a win. They got it.
04/19/16 1:37am
While they may have been non-entities last year, sophomore right-handed pitcher Billy Lescher and junior southpaw Gabe Kleiman have become indispensable members of Penn baseball’s pitching staff this season.
04/18/16 1:01am
When it comes to Ivy League baseball’s Lou Gehrig division, there’s a new sheriff in town.
04/13/16 11:13pm
The Quakers had plenty of time to work on their game during a midweek tune-up for a huge Ivy series, but didn't get the result they'll be hoping for this weekend.
04/12/16 10:41pm
For the second time this season, Penn baseball will sandwich an out-of-league matchup between two strings of four straight Ivy League doubleheaders.
04/12/16 10:40pm
It takes a lot to be a Penn athlete. It takes even more to be a successful Penn athlete. And it’s damn near impossible to excel in the world of professional sports.
04/12/16 12:28am
This year was supposed to be a step backwards for Penn baseball. After a program-record 14 Ivy League wins a season ago, the Red and Blue graduated a cavalcade of veteran standouts; a total of ten seniors played their final games in 2015, two of whom — Austin Bossart and Ronnie Glenn — were talented enough to take their skills to the professional level. And accordingly, the team has not been as dominant as it was a year ago.
04/10/16 10:47pm
It involved a lot of late-inning action, but Penn baseball walked away with the weekend split against Dartmouth and Harvard, losing the first game in back-to-back doubleheaders before taking the second.
04/06/16 12:31am
The season series between Penn baseball and Lafayette officially goes to the Quakers. Just two weeks after splitting a four-game series with the Leopards, the Red and Blue defeated their Easton, Pa., rivals, 6-5, on the road. Playing in their second game in the Liberty Bell Classic — following a 9-4 loss to Villanova last week — the Quakers (11-12) came out in a hurry on Tuesday.
04/03/16 10:28pm
Penn baseball started Ivy League play with a loss, but quickly worked to erase any memory of it this weekend. After falling in the first game of a Saturday doubleheader to Brown, 8-5, the Quakers won a 3-1 pitchers duel to split the day.
03/31/16 12:07am
Coming off of a late-inning loss to Villanova on Wednesday, Penn baseball will look to rebound in their first Ivy action of the year. Penn (7-11) will open up Ivy play by hosting Brown and Yale for a pair of weekend doubleheaders at Meiklejohn Stadium.
03/30/16 12:06am
Penn baseball hosted a familiar midweek foe on Tuesday — with an all-to-familiar result that followed. In the opening contest of the Liberty Bell Classic, Villanova came over to Meiklejohn Stadium after beating the Quakers, 6-1, on March 16.