Game 1: Cornell 8 Columbia 4 (7 innings)
Game 2: Columbia 4 Cornell 2
NEW YORK, N.Y. — The Cornell baseball team picked up a split of its doubleheader at Columbia on Saturday afternoon, winning the opener, 8-4, before dropping the nightcap, 4-2, at Robertson Field in New York City. Both Cornell and Columbia are now a game out of first place in the Gehrig Division after Princeton picked up a sweep over Penn on Saturday afternoon in Philadelphia.
Game 1: Yale 4 Dartmouth 1
Game 2: Dartmouth 12 Yale 9
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Junior Nick Santomauro cranked a two-out grand slam in the ninth, breaking an 8-8 deadlock, to help Dartmouth defeat Yale, 12-9, and salvage a doubleheader split with the host Bulldogs on Saturday afternoon at Yale Field. The Big Green (17-11, 12-2 Ivy) had fallen behind by six runs, 7-1, through three innings before slowly chipping away at the deficit. Yale (12-18, 6-8 Ivy) won a pitchers’ duel in the opener, 4-1.
It looked as if the game would remained tied at eight going into the bottom of the ninth as the first two Dartmouth hitters were retired by Yale’s Eric Shultz (2-3). But senior Johnathon Santopadre (Vacaville, Calif.) drew a walk, as did freshman Joe Sclafani (Palm City, Fla.). When sophomore Jeff Onstott (Houston, Texas) was hit by a pitch, it brought the Ivy League’s leading hitter in Santomauro to the plate. He did not disappoint, pulling a pitch over the fence in right field for his seventh home run of the season and second career grand slam.
Game 1: Brown 3 Harvard 1 (7 innings)
Game 2: Brown 8 Harvard 5
Providence, R.I. – The Bears took a pair from Harvard on Saturday afternoon, pushing their way back into the chase for the Red Rolfe division title. After Brown won the first game 3-1 on a terrific performance by sophomore starter Mark Gormley (Milton, MA), the Bears followed with an 8-5 win sparked by the offense. With the victories, Bruno improves to 17-16-1 overall, and 10-4 in Ivy League play.
Game 1: Princeton 5 Penn 4 (7 innings)
Game 2: Princeton 7 Penn 4
PHILADELPHIA — The Princeton baseball team swept both ends of a doubleheader on Saturday at Penn to move a game ahead of Cornell and Columbia in the Gehrig Division standings. Princeton won the opening game 5-4 in nine innings, then took the nightcap 7-4.