Yesterday, the Crimson shut out Notre Dame by a score of 4-0.
The win came thanks to the performances of freshmen pitchers Eric Eadington and Max Perlman.
Eadington started the game, managing 4 2/3 scoreless innings despite walking six batters.
Perlman came on in relief in the fifth, blanking the Fighting Irish with 4 1/3 innings of two-hit baseball to get the win.
Junior third baseman Steffan Wilson provided the offense for Harvard, driving in three runs, including two on a double down the right-field line in the fifth.
Shaky defense cost the Crimson the second game of its Saturday doubleheader.
Harvard committed five errors against Duquesne in its 6-4 loss, giving up four unearned runs.
Sophomore hurler Adam Cole took the loss for the Crimson, falling victim to an 11-strikeout performance by his counterpart on the Dukes, Jeff Naughton.
In its first game on Saturday, Harvard defeated Quinnipiac, 4-3, in 10 innings.
The Crimson’s offense was paced by RBI doubles from juniors Tom Stack-Babich and Matt Kramer.
Harvard used six pitchers to close out the victory, including Wilson, who picked up the win after 1 1/3 scoreless innings of relief work.
The Crimson plays its fourth game in three days today against Tampa at 1 p.m. in Tampa, Fla.
Baseball America’s preseason pick to win the Ivy League begins its conference slate at Penn on March 31.