Game 1: Penn 8 Brown 6
Game 2: Brown 11 Penn 5
Philadelphia, PA – The Brown baseball team kicked off its Ivy League season on Saturday afternoon, earning a road split against Penn, winning the second game 11-5 after dropping a tough 8-6 opener. Sophomore Mike DiBiase had a big day at the plate, going 5-6 with three RBI’s and two walks over the doubleheader.
Game 1: Cornell 2 Dartmouth 0
Game 2: Dartmouth 16 Cornell 1
ITHACA, N.Y. — Dartmouth converted 15 hits, eight walks and six hit batsmen into a season-high 16 runs in the nightcap of a doubleheader at Cornell on Saturday afternoon at Hoy Field, defeating the Big Red, 16-1. The offense was a stark contrast to the first game in which Cornell’s Corey Pappel tossed a three-hit shutout to defeat the Big Green in a crisply played 2-0 game in the Ivy League opener for both teams. Dartmouth is now 7-9 on the season and 1-1 in the league, while Cornell moved to 5-8 on the season and 1-1 in conference play.
Game 1: Princeton 4 Harvard 3
Game 2: Harvard 4 Princeton 2
PRINCETON, N.J. – A pair of close contests saw the Harvard baseball nine split an Ivy League double header at Princeton on Saturday. Princeton rallied for a 4-3 win in 12 innings in the opening game before Harvard answered with a 4-2 victory in the nightcap.
Harvard (7-13, 1-1 Ivy) is back in action tomorrow with a twinbill at Cornell. Princeton sees its record move to 6-14 overall and 1-1 in the Ancient Eight. Harvard out-hit the Tigers, 9-6, in game one and 11-8 in game two.
In the first game, Noel Gonzales-Lun, a transfer from Lamar, singled home the game-winning runs after a leadoff hit, sacrifice bunt and two walks loaded the bases. Harvard has taken the lead in the top of the inning when Jeff Reynolds led off with a double and scored on a fielder’s choice from Tyler Albright.
Game 1: Columbia 5 Yale 3 ( 8 innings)
Game 2: Columbia 5 Yale 4
NEW YORK — Columbia’s doubleheader sweep of Yale on Saturday at Robertson Field had a little bit of everything for the loads of fans in attendance on a beautiful spring day in New York City. It had strong pitching, missed chances, late-inning heroics and 17 innings of gripping baseball as the Ivy League schedule began.
In the end, Columbia starters Pat Lowery and Tim Giel had strong outings on the hill and there was outstanding relief work by Geoff Whitaker and Derek Squires in each end of the twinbill. The strong pitching and timely hitting lifted Columbia to a 5-3 win on a walkoff two-run homer by Alexander Aurrichio in the opener and a 5-4 triumph in the nightcap to complete the sweep.