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.