CAMBRIDGE Mass.- The Harvard softball team (16-14, 9-3 Ivy) prepares for a road match up against Providence (23-16, 5-6 Big East) on Tuesday, April 16 at 4 p.m. The Crimson looks to capture its 15th victory against the Friars since its first in April 14, 1987.
What to Know
- Harvard trails in the all-time series against the Friars, 14-22-1, but collected a 6-5 win in the course of nine innings in last year's matchup.
- Senior left-handed pitcher Katie Duncan picked up a save and three straight victories over the course of a week, including the series sweep against Dartmouth.
- Morgan Melito leads the team with 20 RBI's followed closely behind by Erin Lockhart and Teagan Shaw with 17.
The Crimson stays on the road for a three-game series against Princeton this weekend, April 20-21 with broadcast coverage on ESPN+. Game starts for both days are slated for 12:30 p.m. with Saturdays second game beginning 30 minutes after the conclusion of game one.