Here is your Ivy League Recap for March 29th.
Game 1: Brown 7 Princeton 3 (7 innings)
Game 2: Brown 7 Princeton 2
Princeton, N.J. – Brown continued to play well on the first weekend of Ivy play, sweeping a doubleheader with Princeton by a combined score of 14-5. Junior infielder Robert Papenhause (Hillsborough, CA) had a terrific day at the plate for the Bears, going four-for-six with a pair of walks, a home run, and four RBI’s. With the win, Brown improves to 6-11 overall, and 3-1 in the Ivy League, while Princeton falls to 8-9 on the season, and 1-3 in league play.
In the opener, the Bears struck first in the second inning, scoring a pair of runs to take the early lead. Though Princeton answered back with two of its own in the third, Brown regained the lead in the fourth, going up 3-2. Bruno then broke the game open with three runs in the sixth and one in the seventh, giving up just a single run to the Tigers and holding on for a 7-3 win.
Game 1: Dartmouth 7 Columbia 0 (7 innings)
Game 2: Dartmouth 6 Columbia 5
NEW YORK — Freshman Kyle Hendricks (San Juan Capistrano, Calif.) twirled a complete-game shutout in the first game of a doubleheader and Dartmouth slammed five home runs in the two games to carry the Big Green (5-9, 4-0 Ivy) to 7-0 and 6-5 victories at Columbia (4-18, 2-2 Ivy), avenging last year’s loss to the Lions in the Ivy Championship series. Dartmouth is the only Ivy League team to emerge from the first weekend of play undefeated.
Junior Nick Santomauro (North Caldwell, N.J.), who was 6-for-8 in the two games, and senior Ray Allen (Longwood, Fla.) each cranked two long balls on the day, with the latter connecting on both of his in the opener. The other bomb for the Big Green was a three-run jack in game two off the bat of junior Brett Gardner (Bellevue, Wash.).
Hendricks (1-2) rarely got into trouble in the seven-inning contest, earning his first collegiate victory. A lead-off single in the first was quickly erased when senior catcher Jack Monahan (Overland Park, Kan.) gunned down the runner trying to steal second, and a walk and a wild pitch with two outs proved to be harmless. Hendricks retired seven straight before hitting the lead-off batter in the fourth, who also was caught stealing.
Harvard at Penn
Yale at Cornell