Baseball Lands Four on NEIBA All-New England Teams

Baseball Lands Four on NEIBA All-New England Teams

NEIBA All-New England Teams

The Harvard baseball team continued to rake in postseason accolades, landing four student-athletes on the NEIBA All-New England Teams as announced by the organization this morning.

Noah Zavolas (SP) and Hunter Bigge (UTL) collected first team honors while Patrick Robinson (DH) earned second team recognition and Simon Rosenblum-Larson (SP) earned third team honors. Robinson earns his second consecutive All-New England award while Zavolas, Bigge and Rosenblum-Larson were named to the teams for the first time in their respective careers. 

Zavolas led the conference from the mound totaling 53 strikeouts in Ivy League action. The hurler ranked second in the league, going 5-0, and held opposing Ivy batters to a .219 batting average. Through seven conference games, Zavolas registered a 2.20 ERA and allowed just 11 earned runs through 45 innings pitched. 

Robinson led all Ivy players with a .390 batting average in 20 conference games. The junior ranked in the top-10 in numerous categories, leading the league with 22 runs scored, ranking second with 21 RBI and third with 31 hits. Robinson led the team with a .564 slugging percentage in Ivy action, bolstered by a team high three home runs. 

Bigge ranked second in the league with 19 runs scored and second on the Harvard roster with 27 hits. His .321 batting average was good for third on the team and his 17 RBI were second most among Harvard players. On the pitching mound, the sophomore appeared in five games, throwing 17 total innings. In his time on the hill, Bigge registered a 3.71 ERA, earned a 2-1 record along with a save, and tossed 22 total batters while allowing just seven earned runs and holding batters to a .257 average.

Rosenblum-Larson ranked second on the team and third in the conference with 47 strikeouts in Ivy League action while holding opposing Ivy batters to a .225 average in seven appearances. The right-handed hurler threw 37 innings, allowing just 12 earned runs for a 2.92 ERA in conference play.