SPARTANBURG, S.C. – The Harvard baseball team (2-2) split the four-game series against Wofford (6-5), earning a 6-1 victory in the team's final game of the series Sunday.
Harvard would add another run in the sixth inning thanks to a bases-loaded sacrifice fly from sophomore Buddy Mrowka, scoring senior Chase Aldridge from third. The Terriers would score the team's lone run of the game in the bottom half, making it 2-1 at the end of the sixth inning.
Harvard made its biggest impact in the seventh inning, beginning with an Aldridge two-out single, which scored Bryan. Later in the inning, junior Jake Suddleson hit a three-run home run to left field, his first of the season, which gave the team a commanding 6-1 lead.
On the mound for the Crimson, senior Kevin Stone earned the victory, pitching six innings, allowing just one run and striking out two.
- McColl continues to rake at the plate through the team's four games, leading the team with five RBIs, two home runs and an .882 slugging percentage.
- Suddleson also has made an impact in the middle part of the order, adding four RBIs, a home run and a triple.
- Sophomore Chris McGrory and senior John MacLean came in for three total innings out of the bullpen, allowing just two hits to close out the game.
- The Joseph O'Donnell '67 Head Coach for Harvard Baseball Bill Decker is just one win away from 100 wins as the head coach of the Harvard baseball team.
The Crimson will travel down south again next weekend, taking on Radford in a four-game series, beginning March 8 at 4 p.m. at Carter Memorial Stadium.