Here is your Ivy League Recap for April 12th
Game 1: Dartmouth 14 Brown 9
Game 2: Brown 12 Dartmouth 9
HANOVER, N.H. — Dartmouth (14-10, 11-1 Ivy) banged out 16 hits in the first game of a doubleheader and scored eight times in the sixth to rally for a 14-9 victory over Brown and extend its winning streak to 13 games on Sunday afternoon at Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park. But the Bears (13-15-1, 8-4 Ivy) clawed back in the second game, overcoming a five-run deficit before scoring three in the ninth for a 12-9 triumph and become the first Ivy team to defeat the Big Green this year. The 13-game streak was the third longest in school history, behind a 21-game winning streak in 1970 — the year Dartmouth advanced to the College World Series — and a 16-gamer in 1997.
Trailing 9-6 in the opener, Dartmouth quickly went to work on Brown closer Matthew Kimball (1-3) as the first seven batters reached base. Freshman Joe Sclafani (Palm City, Fla.) lined a single to left and sophomore Jeff Onstott (Houston, Texas) walked to bring the tying run to the plate. The first run scored on junior Nick Santomauro’s (North Caldwell, N.J.) single through the hole on the left side of the infield. After a walk to senior Mike Pagliarulo (Winchester, Mass.), senior Ray Allen (Longwood, Fla.) tied the score with a two-run single back through the box.
Game 1: Columbia 8 Princeton 0
Game 2: Princeton 11 Columbia 4
PRINCETON, N.J. — Columbia scored eight runs in the first two innings of the opener and Joe Scarlata handled the rest, tossing a four-hit complete game shutout to lift the Lions to an 8-0 win, but Princeton came back to take the nightcap, 11-4, to split the first two games of the four-game series.
Game 1: Cornell 3 Penn 2
Game 2: Cornell 6 Penn 4
ITHACA, N.Y. — After needing extra innings in the opener to knock off Penn, the Cornell baseball team waited until down to its final out before rallying for a 6-4 win in the nightcap, finishing off a doubleheader sweep over the Quakers on Sunday afternoon at Hoy Field. The wins move the Big Red to 5-7 in Ivy League play and 8-17 overall, and drop Penn to 1-11 in conference action and 11-19 on the year.
Freshman Brian Billigen had a tremendous day at the plate for the Big Red, going 4-for-8 and scoring for of the Big Red’s nine runs on the day. Senior Nathan Ford also had a solid day at the plate, going 3-for-9 with a run, a double, and a home run, driving in five runs on the afternoon. It was Ford’s three-run home run in the bottom of the ninth in game two that gave the Big Red a come-from-behind victory over the Quakers in the nightcap.
Game 1: Yale 4 Harvard 2 (7 innings)
Game 2: Harvard 4 Yale 2
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Dan Zailskas had two hits, a run batted in and threw a scoreless ninth inning on the mound as Harvard split an Ivy League doubleheader with Yale at O’Donnell Field on Sunday. Each team won by scores of 4-2 with Yale taking the first game and Harvard responding to win game two.
In the second game, Zailskas singled home Harry Douglas (double) with the game’s first run in the fourth inning. The Crimson, which stole three of its six bases in the frame, added another sun on a steal and throwing error to stake a 2-0 lead behind starter Brent Suter.