This year, the Red and Blue start the season controversy-free and with a robust 22-player roster, including six freshmen.
Penn sophomore Jessica Melendez's hometown in Puerto Rico and the post-industrial landscape of Philadelphia are linked by her love of softball.
Trailing division leader Cornell by four games, Penn can clinch a division crown only if it sweeps Columbia (11-30, 2-14), and Princeton sweeps Cornell.
Following a roller coaster season in which the Quakers won as many as six in a row, the squad entered a four game stand with Princeton this weekend having lost six of its past seven. However, the Red and Blue didn’t disappoint, winning three of four.
The Quakers will head to New Jersey for their annual four-game set against Princeton. The first two games will begin today at 12:30 p.m., and the series will finish up with two more tomorrow at the same time.
The Penn softball team proved once again that it can’t hang with nonconference opponents at the plate, falling 7-0 and 8-2 to the Dragons.
The Penn women’s softball team might be coming off a down weekend, but don’t count it out yet.
The Quakers fell short this weekend, losing three of four to the Big Red, including a complete-game no-hitter from Elizabeth Dalrymple on Sunday.
Penn (12-15, 6-2 Ivy) will host division rival Cornell (21-10, 7-1) for their annual four-game set — a doubleheader Saturday at 3 p.m. and another 12:30 p.m. Sunday at Warren Field.
Though a dormant offense has plagued Penn’s softball team for much of the year, it certainly wasn’t an issue Wednesday.
After a weekend of two brutal losses and two close victories, the Penn softball team will try and break its up-and-down streak with a pair of wins against Lafayette today.
After the 2-2 weekend the Quakers are just 11-14 overall, but a solid 6-2 in Ivy play.
The Quakers carry a six-game winning streak into this weekend, when they’ll hit the road to play doubleheaders against Harvard and Dartmouth.
With a six-game winning streak on their heels, the women’s softball team will take on center city challenger Temple in a doubleheader today.
In a move that stunned classmates, teammates and teachers, a Penn softball player has changed out of her ‘Penn Softball’ sweatpants.
Following back-to-back .500 finishes in Ivy play, the women’s softball team finds itself in a welcome position — first place.
For some athletes, no matter the obstacle, you just can’t keep them down. Softball pitcher Chelsea Ott has proven to be a member of that elite group.
After losing six consecutive road games, the Quakers came out of yesterday’s doubleheader against La Salle with two wins, by scores of 9-6 and 6-4, respectively.
Coming off a road trip that has led to a six-game skid, Penn will return home in search of a win this afternoon.
Penn was held to just four hits total in both games at Villanova yesterday, losing 8-0 in the first game and 1-0 in the next.