Jacksonville Ends Baseball’s Win Streak, 12-1

Jacksonville Ends Baseball’s Win Streak, 12-1

Harvard tallied seven hits on the evening (Elan Kawesch).

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – Opening a 10-game trip to the state of Florida, Harvard baseball fell to Jacksonville, 12-1, on Friday night at Sessions Stadium. The loss snapped a four-game winning streak for the Crimson (4-1).

Freshman Quinn Hoffman led the Crimson with two hits on the day, while scoring the team's only run. He also tallied two stolen bases. Sophomore Patrick Robinson tallied an RBI, bringing home Hoffman in the sixth inning. Sophomore Simon Rosenblum-Larson got the start on the mound, throwing 3.1 innings while allowing six earned runs.

Jacksonville (7-8) scored runs in each of the first five innings, helping the Dolphins jump out to a 10-0 lead. A Hoffman single and subsequent stolen base put a runner in scoring position for Harvard, with a pair of groundouts allowing the freshman to round the bases and score.

The Dolphins tacked on a pair of runs in the seventh, and sophomore John Fallon, who reached base twice at DH, and freshman JT Bernard closed the game on the mound with 1.1 scoreless frames.

The Crimson continues its four-game series with Jacksonville on Saturday, March 11 with a doubleheader slated to begin at 1 p.m.