Despite nearly matching their opponent in hits, nine to 10, respectively, Harvard could not translate their success at the plate into runs. A dominant fourth inning, was neutralized by a strong performance from Boston College in the final four innings, the Eagles scoring six throughout and the Crimson one.
Co-captain Alexander Kerfoot ‘17 looks up at the scoreboard as Boston University players celebrate behind him following a 4-3 Terrier victory in double-OT at the 2015 Beanpot. The two sides will meet again in this year's championship game.
Junior Madhav Dhingra lost his match in straight sets, 11-9, 11-3, 12-10, on Wednesday, and he was one of five Crimson to walk off the court empty-handed againt No. 2 Trinity. The nail-biting defeat, Harvard’s first of the season, drops the Crimson to No. 2 in the rankings and pushes Trinity up to the No. 1 spot.