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Albright Future
Baseball

Albright Future

Captain Tyler Albright, shown above in previous action, and the Harvard baseball team fell just short of a Beanpot championship after being shut out by Boston College, 8-0 yesterday at Fenway Park.

SEAN WITH THE WIND
Baseball

SEAN WITH THE WIND

Senior shortstop Sean O’Hara went 3-for-3 at the plate with two RBI and a pair of walks yesterday against Yale, helping his squad earn its ninth win of the season in a 10-3 thumping of the Bulldogs. The Crimson will head to Fenway Park tomorrow to face Boston College in the Beanpot title game.

Mosko-schewitz
Baseball

Mosko-schewitz

Sophomore third baseman Danny Moskovits, shown here in earlier action, batted in the game-winning run of yesterday’s first round Beanpot matchup against UMass with a single in the ninth inning. The Crimson will play crosstown rival BC on Tuesday in the tournament finals at Fenway Park.

On Campus

Today in Photos (04/20/11)

MCGUIGGAN OUT
Baseball

MCGUIGGAN OUT

Freshman shortstop Jake McGuiggan, shown here in earlier action, whose play was one of the Crimson’s few bright spots yesterday, had two of the team’s three hits in the first matchup against Bryant.

Baseball vs. Northeastern
Baseball

Baseball vs. Northeastern

Harvard Baseball competes against Northeastern during a game held this past Tuesday. Northeastern won the game 6-5.

Baseball vs. Northeastern
Baseball

Baseball vs. Northeastern

Harvard Baseball competes against Northeastern during a game held this past Tuesday. Northeastern won the game 6-5.

Baseball vs. Northeastern
Baseball

Baseball vs. Northeastern

Harvard Baseball competes against Northeastern during a game held this past Tuesday. Northeastern won the game 6-5.

Men's Tennis
Baseball

Sports Snapshots 4/18/2011

BRENT DADDY
Baseball

BRENT DADDY

Junior pitcher Brent Suter turned in a complete game against Brown yesterday, allowing three earned runs and seven hits while striking out seven. The 6-3 Harvard win improved Suter’s record to 2-3 on the year, as the Crimson swept the Bears on Sunday for its fifth and sixth wins of the season.

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Brentwood
Baseball

Brentwood

Despite taking the early lead, the Crimson fell again after its bullpen could not hold on in the final two innings. Still, junior southpaw Brent Suter, pictured above, pitched well in his 3.1 innings of work. Coming into the game in relief, he stuck out five while allowing just two hits.

Ashton B. Carter
Baseball

Today in Photos (04/13/11)

KATE THE GREAT
Women's Ice Hockey

KATE THE GREAT

Women's hockey senior tri-captain Kate Buesser ended her career with the John Dooley Award for sportsmanship, enthusiasm, and devotion to hockey.

Lacrosse vs. Yale
Women's Crew

Sports Snapshots 03/28/2011