Saturday was a good day for Penn sports
Saturday was a busy day for Penn’s athletic teams and the Quakers put up impressive performances on water and land.
Rejoice! Local spring sports set to begin
Penn and the Philadelphia Department of Public Health have given the go-ahead to begin spring sports competition against local teams.
Ivy League cancels spring sports season
Due to the pandemic, the conference will not hold league competition or host league championships this spring, but has put in place a process that may allow for limited, local competition if public health conditions improve.
The Quaker’s new groove
At Friday night’s football game celebrating 125 years of Franklin Field, Penn Athletics unveiled a new Quaker mascot.
Hood named First-Team Freshman All-American
The shortstop batted .331 with 42 RBIs, 90 assists, and a team-leading eight home runs.
Penn wins longest game in Ivy League history
The Quakers defeated Dartmouth 21-15 over the weekend in a 21-inning barn burner.
Malinowski bats .550, earns Ivy League Player of the Week
The sophomore infielder batted 11-20 and scored 10 runs in wins over Lafayette and Fairleigh Dickinson.
Malinowski named freshman All-American
Eduardo Malinowski of the Penn baseball team has been honored by Collegiate Baseball newspaper for his outstanding freshman campaign.
By The Numbers: Doug Glanville
The former Philadelphia Phillie, recruited to Penn as a pitcher, developed into a top hitting prospect and outfielder.