HANOVER, N.H. – The Harvard baseball team (20-10, 10-5 Ivy) fell to Dartmouth (12-21, 6-9 Ivy), 15-7, Monday afternoon in the final game of the series at Biondi Park. The Crimson will now prepare for a mid-week road matchup against UMass Lowell, Wednesday, with first pitch at 5:00 p.m. The game will be broadcast on the River Hawk Network.
The Big Green got out to the early advantage, scoring seven runs over the first two innings. The Crimson began its scoring in the third inning when junior Jake Suddleson hit a two-run home run to right field.
Dartmouth continued to score, adding seven more runs until Harvard answered with four runs in the seventh inning. The inning began with senior Ben Skinner's single to left field, which scored first-year Logan Bravo. After a pass ball that scored senior Trent Bryan, classmate Patrick McColl cleared the bases with a two-out single down the right field line, scoring Skinner and senior Devan Peterson. Junior Hunter Bigge rounded out the scoring in the eighth inning with a double to the left center gap, scoring classmate Chad Minato.
- Suddleson came just a double short of the cycle, totaling two RBIs on a single, triple and home run. The junior also added two RBIs in the first two games of the series.
- Suddleson ties McColl for the team lead with 10 home runs. The mark ties a Harvard single-season record for home runs in a season.
- Junior John Maclean finished the game with a scoreless inning, lowering his ERA to 2.19 on the season through 12.1 innings.
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.