Down two runs entering the bottom of the ninth, Harvard scored three times on wild pitches to walk off. The two teams combined for 38 hits and nine errors.
Sophomore outfielder Brandon Kregel rebounded from a wrist injury his freshman year to become the Crimson's leading contributor at the plate.
After trailing 34-10 with 13 minutes left, the Tigers stunned Harvard with 29 straight points to pull off a 4th quarter comeback. The loss was the first of the season for the Crimson.
Price doubles goal total in breakout sophomore season.
Zach Hodges earns Breakout Player of the Year Runner-Up honors.
Season at a glance.
The starting quarterback position remains up for grabs, and the two have competed for the job and will continue to do so throughout the summer.
The Harvard baseball team ended its 2013 season with its annual Beanpot contest. Some Red Sox players, shown above, made a brief appearance in right field during the game.
Don’t judge this year’s Harvard baseball team by its record.
The following is live play-by-play from the Harvard baseball team's April 29 game against Boston College at Fenway Park. The ...
After defeating Notre Dame (Ohio) in the first matchup, the Crimson (18-16, 3-3 CWPA) was eliminated from title contention by third-seeded Hartwick. Harvard played two consolation games in the next two days, winning one and losing the next to secure a sixth-place finish.
Playing on a clear Sunday afternoon at O’Donnell Field on Senior Day, the Crimson (10-30, 7-13 Ivy) scored first in both games but could not hold on in later innings. Harvard dropped the first game, 4-2, and the Big Green (31-7, 15-5) strung together rallies in game two to notch a five-run win.
Playing against Brown (5-28, 3-13 Ivy) in a doubleheader in Providence, R.I., the Crimson (10-26, 7-9) took advantage of a seventh-inning comeback in game one and a pair of runs in the tenth inning to capture the first game, 4-2.
In an afternoon doubleheader, the Crimson baseball team (8-24, 5-7 Ivy) split with the Bulldogs (8-21, 5-7), taking the first game by a score of 2-1 but dropping the final contest, 7-3, in a game that came down to the final inning.
In its first weekend of postseason play, the Harvard women’s water polo team entered as the third seed and finished in that same spot.