“We have a very challenging early schedule,” W. Joseph Blood Head Coach of Baseball John Cole said. “We will make two trips south for the first time. The early-season portion of the schedule will be a great barometer for us heading into the Ivy League season.”
Penn starts off its season with a trip to Davidson and a pair of doubleheaders against the host Wildcats and the Cincinnati Bearcats. The Quakers will play each team once on consecutive days (Feb. 28-March 1).
The Quakers’ annual spring trip again brings the Red and Blue to
The Red and Blue return from the
The first home game of the season for Penn falls on March 25 and features another city foe, as the Quakers welcome Villanova to Meiklejohn Stadium looking to avenge last season’s loss to the Wildcats.
After the date with the ‘Cats, the Red and Blue begin Ivy League play with a weekend of home doubleheaders against
A busy March concludes with first-round action in the Liberty Bell Classic as Penn hosts
Penn continues its nonconference run of Big 5 games with
In between the local rivalry games, Penn will face stiff Ivy League competition in the form of a road trip to Brown (April 4) and Yale (April 5). The next weekend (April 11-12) will see the Red and Blue head to
April 18-19 will see Penn return home for a four-game set with
The last nonconference games of the season take place on April 22 when the Quakers head to Lehigh for a pair of games starting at 1 p.m.
The regular season concludes with a home-and-home series against
The Ivy League Championship Series, pitting the winners of the Gehrig and Rolfe divisions, will be held May 2-3, with the winner of the best-of-three series advancing to the NCAA Regionals.