The Harvard baseball program offers student athletes the best of both the academic and athletic worlds. Individuals have the opportunity to receive an education at one of the greatest universities in the world as well as immerse themselves in the rich tradition of Harvard Athletics by competing against some of the best teams on the East Coast and around the nation.
The Crimson boasts an all-time record of 2,321-1,485-34 (.611), a record that ranks in the top 10 all-time in Division I. Harvard also boasts 19 Ivy League titles over 137 seasons.
Harvard's Ivy titles have come with increasing regularity and the Crimson boast the Ancient Eight's top winning percentage in league play. The team's success has transformed to the national level with Harvard making 14 trips to the NCAA Tournament--its most recent trip coming in 2005. The team owns 23 wins in its 14 trips against the best in college baseball with four appearances in the College World Series. Harvard also has the distinction of being the last Ivy League school to advance to the CWS.
Harvard baseball players continue to make names for themselves
in the professional ranks as well. Harvard ranks among the leaders
in New England baseball circles for draftees in the annual Major
League Baseball Amateur Draft. Just off the playing field, baseball
front offices read like a virtual who's who of Harvard Crimson.
There are currently more than 20 former Harvard baseball players
plying their trade in professional baseball.