Despite out-hitting the Hawks, 8-4, fielding miscues and questionable umpiring doomed the Quakers, as they fell by a score of 4-1.
Besides celebrating Senior Day, Penn can also look forward to claiming its first outright Ivy League title in 31 years.
As the spring season enters its final stretch, each game's impact is that much more significant. Here are some of the key matchups for Penn athletics this weekend.
Junior pole vaulter Sean Clarke is one of the most recognizable athletes at Penn. This season, he also has a legitimate shot at a national title.
After a late run and wild pitching, the Quakers came just short of victory on Tuesday, falling to La Salle by a score of 7-6.
Now serving as Penn lightweight rowing’s head and assistant coaches, Colin Farrell and Tyler Nase competed and coached at the elite level.
Competing for one’s national team is not only a badge of honor, but also the very ingredient needed to influence the next era of the program’s history.
Freshman long-stick midfielder BJ Farrare is making an instant impact for the Quakers, replacing the gap left by Connor Keating after his graduation.
Penn women’s lacrosse senior Julia O'Mara has suffered four concussions in her lacrosse career, but it hasn't stopped her from being involved with the team.
With all the excitement this past weekend, Penn men's lacrosse's Ivy League title clinch might have flown a bit under the radar.
Penn men’s lacrosse clinched its first regular season Ivy League title in 30 years in style, tying the school record for goals in a game in a 26-13 win over Harvard.
The Red and Blue fed off of their fans’ support and beat the Tigers in the series, taking two out of the three games.
The women had a very successful weekend, sweeping both of their matches, while the men were unable to stop their Ivy League losing streak.
The lightweights would be rowing at home against Columbia and Yale, while heavyweights faced Columbia and Princeton.
When all was said and done, Penn took home 10 victories, and 10 of its performances secured spots in the top 10 all-time for their respective events.
With 717 shots, the team placed third among the 12 teams in the tournament that featured two rounds and 36 holes.
Penn hasn’t won an Ivy title since 1988, and the Quakers’ success this year hasn’t come without practice and perseverance.
In a matchup of two of the best teams in the Ivy League, it was a battle between Penn’s hot offense and Princeton’s dominant pitching.
The Quakers were ultimately handed their third overall loss and first of Ivy play in a 15-11 defeat on senior day.
It was through Dr. Michael Platt that Leone learned about the neuroscience research Platt was doing as part of the Wharton Neuroscience Initiative.