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Softball

04/29/14 8:12pm
Non-conference games have just not been kind to Penn softball this season. In what was the team’s final game before the all important Ivy League Championship Series, Penn fell to Big Five rival Villanova.
04/27/14 1:25pm
The Quakers silenced the Columbia Lions with three resounding victories to clinch the South Division title and an Ivy League Championship berth.
04/24/14 6:16pm
After stumbling in their midweek matchup with Monmouth, the Quakers (15-18, 10-5 Ivy) return to Ivy League play for their final conference action of the regular season when they take on Columbia in a home-and-home four-game series this weekend
04/23/14 8:27pm
Just a bump in the road.The Quakers looked to keep their recent run of success going as they tried to build on the three wins that they picked up in their last four games against their rival Princeton Tigers.
04/22/14 7:10pm

One tuneup left before crucial Ivy matchup for Penn softball

This weekend, the Quakers have a four game series against division-rival Columbia, but first, they need to take on Monmouth.
04/20/14 10:01pm
After winning three of its four contests against the Tigers, the Quakers are now sitting pretty, with a 2.5-game lead over trailing Columbia.
04/17/14 8:18pm
A historic rivalry. An Ivy South division title. A conference championship appearance. These are the stakes for Penn softball as they take on the Princeton Tigers in its second division series of the season.
04/16/14 7:24pm
The Quakers were looking to extend their winning streak to three games after a big series against Cornell last weekend, but couldn’t put it together against next-door neighbor Drexel and lost, 6-2.
04/15/14 5:26pm
While a lot went right for the Quakers this past weekend as they scored 27 runs while winning three of four games, there were plenty of things that are cause for worry before the matchup with the Dragons
04/10/14 5:25pm
With three series remaining in the 2014 regular season, the Quakers know that if they win all three, the squad will be back in the Ivy Championship game.
04/09/14 7:11pm
Penn softball needed a win — and desperately — after it got swept on the road by Harvard and Dartmouth last weekend.
04/06/14 8:27pm
The Quakers, who came into the weekend with momentum after wins over Yale and Temple, fell in all three games they completed, losing to Harvard, 8-3, on Friday before getting swept by Dartmouth, 3-2 and 12-1, respectively.
04/03/14 5:31pm
Penn softball hit its stride this last week, and not a minute too soon, as the Quakers are about to be truly tested by this weekend’s road trip to Harvard and Dartmouth.
04/02/14 7:33pm
After enduring seven consecutive losses, Penn softball won its third straight game Wednesday thanks to some heroics from Kayla Dahlerbruch. The senior third baseman singled home the winning run in the eighth inning as the Quakers (7-11) took down city rival Temple.
04/02/14 6:12pm
When freshman outfielder Leah Allen suited up to play her first Ivy League games of the season on Monday against Yale, she donned royal blue glitter in place of eye black.
03/31/14 9:09pm
The sun was beaming for Penn softball Tuesday, both literally and figuratively.
03/26/14 5:33pm
So far, the pitcher’s college experience has been anything but ordinary. In just over two seasons at Penn, Borden has pitched the only two no-hitters in Penn history and holds the program records for career strikeouts and victories
03/23/14 7:55pm

Penn softball shut down by St. Joe's

For the first time all season, the weather was reasonable enough for Penn softball to hold a home doubleheader.
03/20/14 6:09pm
Penn softball’s fiercest competitor thus far in the 2013-2014 season has been the weather. The team will look to get through it's first home doubleheader of the season this weekend against St. Joe's.
03/19/14 8:05pm

Rain washes away games for Penn baseball and softball

Both Penn baseball and softball looked to resume play after a productive spring break but mother nature had other plans.