LAS CRUCES, N.M. – New Mexico State (8-4) proved too hot to handle in game four for the Crimson (2-6), dropping Harvard 23-4 to close out the weekend series. The Aggies did their damage in inning six of seven, scoring 13 runs on five hits.
The Crimson fielded five pitchers in the game, Kieran Shaw taking the decision after pitching 3.1 innings. Buddy Hayward struck out two batters in 1.2 innings pitched while Chad Minato, Chris McGrory and JT Bernard also made appearances on the mound.
Up next, Harvard will embark on a nine-day trip through South Carolina, playing a total of 10 games in the Palmetto State. The Crimson will kick off the spring break stretch with a four-game series with Presbyterian, hitting Davidson and South Carolina mid-week before bookending the trip with a four-game slate against Furman.