CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard baseball team (18-9, 8-4 Ivy) hits the road for a crucial Ivy League series against Dartmouth, beginning with a doubleheader on Sunday, April 21, with first pitch at 11:30 a.m. The third game of the series will begin on Monday, April 22, at noon. All three games will be broadcast on ESPN+.
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What to Know:
- The series has been moved to Sunday and Monday due to impending weather at Dartmouth.
- Junior Kieran Shaw enters the weekend second in the nation with 11 saves. Shaw needs one more save to set an Ivy League record for single-season saves.
- With two hits at the Beanpot Championship, including a first inning home run, senior Patrick McColl improved his batting average to .445, which is best in the Ivy League.
- The Crimson currently has 34 home runs as a team, a mark that leads the conference.
- First-year Logan Bravo had a career night Wednesday night at Fenway Park, hitting a home run over the Green Monster and adding a wall-ball double later in the contest. He led the team with three RBIs in the game.
- McColl was featured by D1Baseball.com on Wednesday as part of the sites Golden Spikes Spotlight. Click here to read more.
Harvard will have a mid-week contest on the road against UMass Lowell on April 24, with the first pitch at 5 p.m. The game will be broadcast on the River Hawk Network.