FROM CBB NEWS SOURCES
Game 1: Brown 2 Penn 1
Game 2: Penn 6 Brown 4
Philadelphia, PA – Senior pitcher Alex Silverman (Wilmington, NC) out-pitched Penn ace Todd Roth, with a little help from his closer, to help the Brown baseball team (7-11, 1-3 Ivy League) pick up its first Ivy League win in a split with Penn (7-9-1, 1-2-1 Ivy League) on Sunday at Meiklejohn Stadium. Silverman went 6.1 innings before giving way to senior closer Rob Hallberg (River Edge, NJ) for the final two outs in the Bears’ 2-1 game one win, before Penn’s five-run rally in the fifth inning of game two led to a 6-4 Quaker win for the split.
Game 1: Dartmouth 11 Cornell 1
Game 2: Dartmouth 18 Cornell 11
ITHACA, N.Y. – Double-digit runs in both games helped the Dartmouth baseball team sweep Cornell in its second Ivy League doubleheader as the Big Green extended its win streak to seven games with an 11-1 win in game one and an 18-9 victory in the nightcap.
In game one, Dartmouth pounded out 15 hits with seven of the nine hitters collected two or more hits apiece. Junior Michael Pagliarulo (Winchester, Mass.) went 2-for-4 with three runs batted in, while sophomore James Wren (Granbury, Texas) added two hits and three RBI of his own. Sophomore Robert Young (Cleburne, Texas) got his second win of the season, going all seven innings and allowing only five hits and one run.
Game 1: Princeton 3 Harvard 2
Game 2: Princeton 6 Harvard 5
PRINCETON — Senior Steven Miller and sophomore David Hale each turned in strong pitching performances as the Princeton baseball team swept an Ivy League doubleheader from Harvard at Clarke Field. Princeton won the opener 3-2 and came from behind to take the nightcap 6-5.
Game 1: Yale 7 Columbia 2
Game 2: Columbia 6 Yale 5
NEW YORK–The Yale baseball team went 1-3 in its first Ivy League weekend last season, all but ending its hopes for the Rolfe Division title almost immediately. The Bulldogs (8-15-1, 2-1-1 Ivy) did their best to make sure that wouldn’t happen again this year, splitting a doubleheader with Columbia (7-15, 3-1 Ivy) at Andy Coakley Field on Sunday. Yale took the first game, 7-2, before Columbia came back to post a 6-5 victory in the nightcap.