After a disappointing finish to the season for Penn baseball, the program has decided to make a change at the top.
Penn Athletic Director Steve Bilsky announced Friday that coach John Cole will not have his contract renewed.
This comes on the heels of a 7-13 Ivy League season for the Red and Blue, who lost ten of their 12 games in division.
Heading into division play, the Quakers were 5-3, just one game out of first place in the Gehrig division but the team slipped three games to both Cornell and Princeton before being swept by Columbia.
Cole went 143-178-1 in his eight seasons as the manager for Penn. During his tenure, Cole led the team to one Gehrig division crown, while finishing second on three occasions. However, back-to-back last place finishes ultimately help lead to Penn letting him go.