CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard baseball team (20-10, 10-5 Ivy) travels to UMass Lowell (9-27, 6-9 America East) for a mid-week tilt, beginning on Wednesday, April 24 at 5:00 p.m. The game will also be broadcast on the River Hawk Network.
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What to Know:
- Junior Kieran Shaw captured his 12th save of the season this weekend against Dartmouth. The number sets a new single-season record in the Ivy League for saves in a season. The junior also is third in the country with the mark.
- Both senior Patrick McColl and junior Jake Suddleson are tied with a team-leading 10 home runs this season. Both currently sit tied for the program record for single-season home runs.
- McColl's .431 average is good for fourth place in the country. He's also fourth with a .829 slugging percentage.
- Suddleson came a double short of the cycle Monday against Dartmouth and finished the weekend with two-RBIs in each of the three games, including a game-winning RBI single in the ninth inning of the first game.
- Junior Hunter Bigge comes off a dominant performance on the mound where he pitched eight innings, striking out seven batters and allowing no earned runs. He also added a home run in the second game of the series against Dartmouth.
The Crimson returns home for a series against Columbia, the top team in the Ivy League. The series begins on Saturday, April 27 with a doubleheader beginning at 11:30 a.m. All three games will be broadcast on ESPN+.