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.
The Penn softball team will look to end a four-game losing streak Sunday when it takes on the Wildcats at the Villanova Softball Complex.
Penn bats come alive, but too late in Lehigh’s two-game sweep
Ultimately, the Hawks clawed their way back to win both contests of a doubleheader, setting Penn back to a 3-8 record this season.
After losing five players from last season and welcoming eight fresh faces, the Quakers are looking to build upon their success against St. Joseph’s Wednesday with another strong showing against Monmouth tomorrow.
With two of last year’s best pitchers no longer on the roster and junior Taylor Tieman out due to injury, coach Leslie King must make the best of a limited bullpen.
Despite fighting back in the late innings, the Penn softball team struggled during their spring break trip, tallying up only two wins over seven games.
The Quakers will finally get the chance to take the field when they travel to Kissimmee, Fla., to play ten games from March 7-12 as part of the Rebel Spring Games.
Jessie Lupardus carried Penn softball on her left shoulder for two years, but she decided to leave the program after last season due to off-the-field issues.