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The Harvard baseball team concluded its spring break trip by taking three out of four from the Army Knights.
The Harvard baseball team bounced back from its 0-4 weekend against Stetson with a pair of victories on Tuesday afternoon over Massachusetts in Winter Haven, Fla.
After almost reaching half of its 2014 11-win output with five victories in the first eight games of the season, the Harvard baseball team saw its offense sputter in a four-game series against Stetson to kick off its spring break slate.
The Harvard baseball team traveled to Macon, Ga. for a four-game weekend set with Mercer. The Crimson was able to take three of the four games from the host Bears. This was the first three-game win streak for Harvard since April of 2012, when it took three out of four games from Ivy foe Brown.
Fueled by victories in both games of Saturday’s doubleheader, the Crimson was able to earn a series split and pick up two victories in its opening weekend for the first time since 2010.
After dancing with the best in last year's NCAA Tournament, the Harvard men's basketball team enters this season with a brighter spotlight on it than ever before. Meanwhile, the women's squad will look to rise new leadership to an Ivy League crown.
Jeff Bridich '00 became the fourth current GM of an MLB team under 40 when he assumed the position Tuesday.
After graduating only three seniors from the 2013 squad and returning a host of players to its roster, the Harvard baseball team had its sights set on the top of the Ivy League—a place the program had not been since 2005.
Dartmouth rode a pair of big innings to 9-0 and 5-3 victories over Harvard on Senior Day at O'Donnell Field.
In a postponed series from Saturday, Harvard dropped two straight games at home to Dartmouth.
Co-captain utilityman Carlton Bailey, who leads the Crimson with a .317 batting average, added to his mark on Monday against UMass in the championship round of the Beanpot. Bailey went 2-for-3 to help Harvard celebrate Patriots Day with its third all-time Beanpot win, and first since 2005.
After coming off of a rocky series against Yale, the Harvard baseball team secured the Beanpot Championship against UMass for the first time in nine years.
Harvard began Saturday's doubleheader with a win over Yale, 6-2, but could not keep up play in the second game, falling to the Bulldogs, 8-2.