Al Gore spoke to a full house at Sanders Theater my freshman year, describing the dangers of global climate change. Yet, his speech laid out the path towards sustainability and renewable energy. Along with my desire to be a part of such a future, my fascination with math, technology, and the environment resulted in my choice to concentrate in Environmental Engineering with a secondary in Computer Science. Additionally, I have distinct passion for surfing that has come with an innate desire to protect the ocean.
Among the Crimson players who played in summer leagues this season, rising junior Hunter Bigge and rising senior Patrick McColl have been named All-Stars in the Northwoods and the Valley Baseball Leagues. Additionally, rising sophomore Enzo Stefanoni posted strong numbers in the Hamptons League.
In the spring, the Ivy League and ESPN agreed to a long-term relationship to showcase Ivy League events through a variety of ESPN platforms. This includes coverage for all 42 Harvard varsity programs on ESPN linear networks and ESPN+.
Bill Decker, The Joseph J. O’Donnell ’67 Head Coach for Harvard Baseball, has announced the addition of Brady Kirkpatrick to the coaching staff beginning with the 2018-19 season. Kirkpatrick will primarily work with the pitching staff and comes to Cambridge after a one year stint at Monmouth University, with prior coaching and recruiting experience at the University of Rochester and the University of San Diego.
PITTSBURGH, Pa. – Receiving the call to the show for the first time in his career, former Harvard baseball player Tanner Anderson ’15 was called up to the major leagues by the Pittsburgh Pirates yesterday, June 27.
DANBURY, Conn. – 22 members of the Harvard baseball team have been tabbed to the Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference (ECAC) Spring 2018 Academic and President’s Honor Roll Lists, as announced by the conference this afternoon.
Chase Aldridge, Jake Allen, Austin Black, Trent Bryan, John Fallon, Patrick Robinson, Kieran Shaw, Kevin Stone and Jake Suddleson all earned Academic Honor Roll recognition for maintaining a GPA between 3.2 and 3.59 during the spring 2018 semester.
Each day when I walk through the Dillon doors, I reach up and put my hand on those words, words that have motivated, inspired, and humbled me. To tap the quote is to understand the value of effort for its own sake, the combination of passion and perseverance. To tap the quote is to recognize that the man in the arena is there alone. His domain is the extra mile, the early morning, the late night, the empty gym. Putting a hand on those words is a reminder of the lows and the highs, the wins and the losses, of the setbacks and the comebacks, of the pain and the pride. Roosevelt’s words speak to the dreamer in me. They remind me of the little boy that fell in love with baseball eighteen years ago.
After leading the Crimson to its best season in more than a decade, Harvard baseball’s pitching duo of Noah Zavolas and Simon Rosenblum-Larson was selected in the 2018 Major League Baseball Draft. Zavolas was picked by the Seattle Mariners in the 18th round, pick 538 overall. Minutes later, teammate Rosenblum-Larson was taken by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 19th round, making him the 570th overall pick.
Harvard baseball senior Noah Zavolas has been named the Ivy League Pitcher of the Year, as announced by the conference today. In addition, Ben Skinner, Patrick Robinson, Simon Rosenblum-Larson, Matt Rothenberg, Jake Suddleson and Hunter Bigge also earned All-Ivy honors. Harvard’s seven honorees is the most for the program since 2005. In total, the Crimson collected nine separate awards, more than any other school and also led the conference in first and second team selections. Harvard’s three first team selections are the most since 2006 and its four second team selections are the most since 1999.
Harvard baseball’s Matt Rothenberg has been named Ivy League Player of the Week as announced by the conference today. The senior played an instrumental role in Harvard’s season series win over Dartmouth this past weekend, the Crimson’s first since 2005.
With a combined 35 runs and 36 hits marking the scoreboard, the Harvard baseball team (22-20, 12-9 Ivy) played spoiler in the 2018 season finale, edging Dartmouth (17-22-1, 12-8-1 Ivy) out of a spot in the Ivy League Championship Series with an 18-17 victory at O’Donnell Field this afternoon. While the Crimson’s playoff hopes were dashed with Columbia winning at Cornell, Harvard persevered to post its best overall record in 18 years and best Ivy record in more than a decade.
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – The Harvard baseball team (21-20, 11-9 Ivy) split its doubleheader with Dartmouth (17-21-1, 12-7-1 Ivy) today at O’Donnell Field. The Big Green narrowly took game one by a score of 6-5 before the Crimson came storming back on senior day for a convincing 11-3 win on the back end of the twin bill.
The Harvard baseball team will return to O’Donnell Field this coming Sunday and Monday to wrap up the regular season with a three-game series versus Dartmouth. The Crimson is slated for a doubleheader beginning at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday, May 13 and a standalone game on Monday, May 14, set for a 1 p.m. start. The team will also celebrate the Class of 2018 on Sunday between the two games.
Harvard baseball’s Devan Peterson and Matt Rothenberg earned 2018 Google Cloud CoSIDA Academic All-District Honors as announced by the organization today. Academic All-America awards are nominated and voted upon exclusively by members of CoSIDA and athletes must maintain a GPA of 3.30 or higher to be nominated. Peterson and Rothenberg were two of 12 players recognized in District I, comprised of New England and New York programs. Harvard was the only program to land more than one athlete on the All-District team and it is the first time both athletes have received the accolade.
After the Crimson went 4-2 in back-to-back road series with Princeton and Cornell, Buddy Hayward and Simon Rosenblum-Larson picked up Ivy League Rookie and Pitcher of the Week honors as announced by the conference today. This is Hayward’s third and Rosenblum-Larson’s second weekly nod from the league this season.
The Harvard baseball team (20-19, 10-8 Ivy) closed out the Cornell series with a strong 6-2 victory on Sunday afternoon. The win came with additional meaning, marking the first 20-win season under head coach Bill Decker, the most wins since 2006 under Joe Walsh (21-20-1) and the most Ivy League wins since 2006 (10-10). Harvard is also now one of only two Ivy programs with winning overall records for the 2018 season.
The Harvard baseball team (19-19, 9-8 Ivy) fell in back-to-back games against the Cornell Big Red (11-17-1, 6-8) at Hoy Field today. The Crimson would open both games with a 4-0 lead, but ended up dropping decisions 10-8 and 7-4.
The Harvard baseball team (19-17, 9-6 Ivy) re-wrote history today with a series sweep of the Princeton Tigers (10-20, 7-8 Ivy). The Crimson has not swept an Ivy League opponent since 2009, when the team defeated Cornell in a two-game series under the previous divisional format. The last time Harvard swept a divisional opponent was Brown in a four-game series in 2008.
The Harvard baseball team will head to Princeton, N.J. this Tuesday and Wednesday to make-up its twice rescheduled series with the Tigers. Games are set for an 11:30 a.m. doubleheader on Tuesday and a single game on Wednesday at 1 p.m. Contests will be broadcast on the Ivy League Network.