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Zavolas Throws No-Hitter but Baseball Drops Two of Three to Yale

No shortage of confidence could be found on the squad as the Bad Boys of Boston drove down to West Haven, Conn., last Friday to take on conference leader Yale, and the three-game tilt started off with a bang.

Barreled Up

Baseball Surges Past Northeastern for Beanpot Trophy

With an 8-6 victory over Northeastern on Wednesday afternoon, the Crimson (13-14, 3-3 Ivy League) lifted the silver trophy coveted annually by four Boston-area schools—Boston College, UMass, Northeastern, and Harvard.

Skeletal Baseball Center

New Baseball Hitting Facility Opening Delayed by One Month

Harvard's new covered baseball and softball hitting pavilion will open at least a month late, a delay at least one student-athlete called disappointing.

Swing and a Miss

Baseball Wins First Series Over Penn Since 2010

After 23 games on the road, the Harvard baseball team finally returned home last weekend, playing games at O’Donnell Field in Cambridge for the first time in 2018. The home confines and a bleacher full of Crimson fans must have done good things for the players, as Harvard took a series from Penn for the first time since 2010.

Picking His Spot

Baseball Overcomes BC in Extras to Return to Beanpot Final

​It took extra innings, an extra day due to a weather delay, and a great deal of resilience, but the Harvard baseball team is back in the Beanpot final. Junior outfielder P.J. Robinson socked a three-run homer in the eleventh to finish off the Eagles.

King of the Hill

Baseball and Softball Schedules Shortened by Repeated Rain Delays

Rain across the Northeast on Tuesday afternoon forced the Harvard baseball and softball teams to postpone their midweek tilts against Boston College and Boston University, respectively, continuing a trend of several game cancellations and postponements for both squads.

Late Night with John Fallon

Baseball Secures Rare Win at Columbia but Drops Series

Harvard ignited its confidence with an 11-6 Ivy-opening victory against the Lions on Saturday afternoon but couldn’t sustain the momentum, dropping 7-1 and 9-6 decisions on Saturday evening and Sunday afternoon.

Bad Boys

Baseball Routs Holy Cross, 10-2

In perhaps the Harvard baseball team’s most dominant win over a strong team in over a year, the “Bad Boys” Crimson squad blew out Holy Cross, 10-2, on Wednesday night in Northborough, Mass.

Simon Says

Baseball Goes 1-5 On Tough Carolinas Road Trip

​The Harvard baseball team’s busy Spring Break concluded with a flurry of games in the Carolinas, as the Crimson visited Davidson and South Carolina for one-game series before traveling to Furman for four more.

Fueling the Offense

Baseball Sweeps Presbyterian in First Spring Break Series

After a 2-6 start to the season, the Harvard baseball team climbed briefly back to .500. Down in Clinton, S.C., the Crimson swept a four-game series at Presbyterian, with two of its victories coming in extra innings.


Baseball Drops Three of Four at Samford to Start Season

Baseball teams across the nation are itching to get back on the diamond after the break, and the time has finally come. The Crimson and Bulldogs split Friday’s prolonged doubleheader before a drained Harvard squad lost both of Saturday’s games to drop the series.

Gathering Place

Pitch Perfect

It’s hard to say that the Crimson has sky-high expectations for this spring, but it’s also hard to say that the team doesn’t expect to build upon the upwards trajectory that has been years in the making.


Top MLB Execs Speak at Alumni Event

Top Major League Baseball executives discussed their careers at the Harvard Club of Boston Monday evening.


Harvard to Construct Covered Hitting, Pitching Pavilion

The Allston-based facility, to be completed by mid-March, will have five retractable batting cages and will be covered, allowing the teams to practice in inclement weather.

Women's Soccer

Etzel Has Career Day as Crimson Draws Columbia, 0-0

Come Saturday night’s close on Rocco B. Commisso Stadium in New York, N.Y., two things could be said: Have a career game, Danielle Etzel. Have a career, Marie Becker, Caroline Chagares, Candy Janachowski, and Dani Stollar.