Robert F Worley
Junior third baseman Kasey Lange went 0-for-3 with a walk as the Harvard softball team lost to Princeton 4-1, Friday, but Lange and the Crimson squad found a groove in the second game of the two-game set. The junior had three RBIs and a run on 2-of-4 hitting, including a double.
Co-captain Aisha Price, shown above in previous action, finished the regular season with 57 goals, 34 assists, and 51 steals, all team-highs. With the postseason remaining she has a shot at besting her 65 goals from last year.
Junior outfielder Carlton Bailey went 1-for-5 and knocked in two RBIs for the Crimson in the second game of Sunday’s doubleheader against Princeton. The game, which Harvard won, 20-19, featured 38 hits, nine fielding errors, three Grand Slams, and five lead changes.
Freshman catcher D.J. Link provided clutch hitting and solid play behind the plate all weekend for the Crimson. The rookie went 9-for-14 with four RBIs, including two in the crucial bottom of the seventh inning in the second game of Saturday’s doubleheader against defending champion Cornell.
Sophomore Kasey Lange, shown here in previous action, continued her recent hot streak at the plate, recording two home runs, her seventh and eighth of the season, in the loss against Providence.
All-Ivy third baseman Kasey Lange, shown here in previous action, was a bright spot for the Crimson at the plate. The junior belted two home runs against Penn and went 5-for-12 over the weekend. Lange is second in the Ivy League with six home runs, trailing only Yale rookie Sarah Onorato.
Freshman pitcher Morgan Groom is one of a trio of pitchers tasked with replacing Rachel Brown and Laura Ricciardone.
Freshman outfielder Zoe Galindo—one of six freshman on this year’s Harvard roster—is tied for second on the Crimson softball team with two home runs so far this season.
Sophomore Katie Lance contributed to a strong offensive day for the Crimson.
Co-captain Christian Webster warms up before the Harvard men's basketball team's matchup against the University of Arizona in the third round of the NCAA tournament.
Sophomore wing Wesley Saunders was held to just four points on one-of-seven shooting in the first half of the Harvard men's basketball team's matchup with the University of Arizona. At the half, the 14th-seeded Crimson trails the Wildcats, 40-22.