PHILADELPHIA - Right hander Reid Terry has been named the Big 5 Pitcher of the Week, following his relief performances last week.
The senior co-captain was one of the keys to Penn going 4-1 last week, as he appeared in three contests and earned the victory in two of those appearances. The right hander pitched 4.2 innings, giving up three hits, while striking out two.
Against Brown, Terry entered in the fifth with runners on the corners, no outs and the game tied. The senior gave up one hit but promptly retired the next seven batters and eight of the last nine in the game get the win in his longest appearance of the season. The next day the right hander entered in the sixth with one down and a runner on first. It took him all of two pitches to induce an inning ending double play.
Terry is the third different Penn pitcher to receive Big 5 Pitcher of the Week honors, joining sophomore Vince Voiro and junior Paul Cusick.
The Quakers return to action on Saturday when they travel to Harvard to matchup with the Crimson for a doubleheader beginning at noon.