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Senior catcher Ethan Ferreira was the only member of the Crimson to appear in all 42 games this year, leading the team in hits, doubles, triples, home runs, runs batted in, batting average, on-base percentage, and slugging percentage.
Following graduation, Harvard students disperse into the world on a diverse range of paths. Many pursue full-time employment. Some immediately enroll in graduate school. Others travel abroad. However, a select few follow their dreams of becoming professional athletes.
Former Harvard pitcher Brent Suter '12 was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 2012 draft.
Baseball's co-captain Ethan Ferreira had a breakout offensive season for the Crimson, leading the team in games played and batting average.
Dartmouth capped off its eighth consecutive Red Rolfe Division championship-winning season with a four-game sweep of Harvard this weekend, picking up two wins in Hanover on Saturday and two more in Cambridge on Sunday.
Senior second baseman Jake McGuiggan and freshman right fielder Conor Quinn both hit two-run home runs over the Green Monster at legendary Fenway Park, but the four runs proved not to be enough as the Crimson fell to Northeastern, 7-6.
When the Crimson took O’Donnell Field on Saturday afternoon looking for its second win of the day against its archrival, the team turned to senior right-hander Matt Timoney to do what he does best—lead his team to victory.
Crimson senior catcher Ethan Ferreira, pictured against Holy Cross on April 1, had two runs batted in Saturday afternoon in game one.
The Harvard baseball team came into its weekend series with Yale with high hopes for a four-game sweep. But after dropping its final two games on Sunday, the Crimson was eliminated from Ivy League Championship contention.
Three errors and five walks plagued the Harvard baseball team Wednesday afternoon in a loss to Boston College, 13-10.
Senior catcher Ethan Ferreira, pictured in action against Holy Cross on April 1, contributed one hit in the Crimson's 6-5 loss to UMass on Monday.
A four-run fourth inning propelled the Minutemen to a 6-5 win and a spot in the Beanpot Championship. The Crimson (16-16, 5-7 Ivy) had handily beaten UMass (9-11, 7-5 Atlantic) in two prior meetings over spring break in Florida.
Harvard took the middle two games of its series against the Bears behind a 21-run outburst one day and strong pitching the next. But the Crimson dropped the other two contests to fall three games behind the Big Green in its division.
Off to its best start through 27 games since 2006, the Harvard baseball team begins Red Rolfe Division play this weekend with four games on the road against Brown.
Freshman John Fallon, entering the weekend just 3-for-14 on the season, broke out in a big way against Princeton and Cornell, going 11-for-15 in four games with eight RBIs and five runs.