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04/03/13 8:18pm
After narrowly losing to the Hawks in the first game of a doubleheader, 2-1, the Quakers imploded in the second contest of the day, falling 17-2.
04/01/13 9:51pm

Uneven playing field for Penn softball

Due to Ivy League regulations, until this year Ancient Eight squads have been prohibited from starting their seasons before March 1. Across other conferences, many squads start in the second week of February.
03/31/13 6:26pm
In their opening weekend of conference play, the Quakers (13-11, 3-1 Ivy) swept Harvard for the first time since 2003, defeating the defending-champion Crimson on Friday at Penn Park, 6-3 and 7-2.
03/28/13 8:45pm
Charming their teammates with mischief and athleticism alike, seniors and New York natives Stephanie Caso and Samantha Erosa anchor the Quakers’ defense at shortstop and second base, respectively.
03/24/13 9:31pm

Penn softball completes season sweep over Holy Cross

Sophomore Alexis Borden continued her pitching dominance by throwing a no-hitter until the seventh inning, giving the Quakers a 5-1 victory over Holy Cross in the first game of the doubleheader Saturday afternoon.
03/21/13 9:14pm

Momentum now on Penn softball's side

After a dismal start to the season, the Quakers have answered with four straight wins since last Friday. They hope to continue this momentum against Holy Cross on Saturday.
03/20/13 10:19pm

A walkoff and a shutout spell sweep for Penn softball

Penn scored early in each contest but went the distance in a dramatic 8-7 afternoon victory followed by a 2-0 shutout of the Hawks. The sweep marked the second of Lehigh during King’s 10-year tenure.
03/17/13 9:56pm
The Quakers had trouble gaining rhythm early in both games against Lafayette but quickly found their footing, posting an 8-0 afternoon victory followed by an 11-2 evening rout of the Leopards (3-8).
03/14/13 8:51pm

Penn softball's offense looking to improve at home

After a rough start to the season, the Quakers will have their first games at Penn Park and hope to continue the trend of doing well on their home turf.
03/13/13 9:39pm

Quakers softball can’t rally from early hole vs. Hawks

Wednesday afternoon, St. Josephs’s convincingly beat Penn, 5-0. The Hawks stole a lead early on in the first two innings and held on from there.
03/11/13 1:37am
The first five games were a part of the UCF Spring Fling Tournament in Orlando, Fla., in which the Quakers finished with an 1-4 record.
02/27/13 10:28pm

Penn softball hopes to earn respect

While most students will be off relaxing, the squad will be heading to Florida for spring training before their season opener against Saint Joseph’s in mid-March.
07/25/12 9:49pm
Melendez and Erosa wrapped up a stint on the Puerto Rican national softball team over the weekend at the International Softball Federation’s World Championship, which was played in Whitehorse, Yukon.
06/13/12 8:41pm

Coaching changes continue for men's basketball, softball

The Quakers are sending one assistant coach, Lisa Sweeney of the softball team, to take a head coaching position at Princeton while taking one former head basketball coach on as an assistant, Jason Polykoff of the Friends’ Central School.
05/23/12 10:21pm
The Quakers posted a program-best record of 33 wins but could not overcome the repeat-champion Crimson, who won 1-0 and 5-2 in the championship series.
05/05/12 11:31pm
As Penn softball ace Alexis Borden churned out inning after inning of flawless pitching, nearly everyone in attendance began to realize that she was approaching a hallowed feat: the perfect game.
04/25/12 1:00am
Currently tied with Cornell for the top spot in the Ivy League, the Red and Blue (27-15, 11-5 Ivy) will play Columbia (12-29, 6-10) for a chance to win their first division championship since 2007 and just second in program history.
04/22/12 10:58pm
The Quakers swept the Big Red in a Friday doubleheader on Friday before splitting with them on Saturday.
04/20/12 12:47am
For the first time in five years, the Penn softball team will face Cornell without graduated star pitcher Elizabeth Dalrymple. This time, the Quakers will feature the ace.
04/19/12 12:49am
Under the lights for the first time at Penn Park, the Quakers came back from a deficit on two occasions and piled up a season-high 16 hits to beat the Dragons, 8-7.