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Ivy League Recap for April 12th

Dan Zailskas

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. Continue reading

Ivy League Recap for April 11th

Here is your Ivy League Recap for April 11th.

Game 1: Dartmouth 5 Brown 2 (7 innings)
Game 2: Dartmouth 5 Brown 2

HANOVER, N.H. – In a showdown between the top two teams in the Rolfe Division standings of the Ivy League, Dartmouth posted a pair of 5-2 victories on Saturday afternoon over the visiting Brown Bears (12-14-1, 7-3 Ivy) to extend its winning streak to 12 games and remain unblemished in conference play. The Big Green (13-9, 10-0 Ivy) got a gutty pitching performance by junior Robert Young (Cleburne, Texas) in the opener of the four-game series, while junior Ben Murray (Grants Pass, Ore.) tossed an efficient eight innings in game two. Continue reading

Showdown in Hanover NH

Newly Renovated Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park (Photo Courtesy of Dartmouth Media Relations)
Newly Renovated Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park (Photo Courtesy of Dartmouth Media Relations)

The Brown Bears head to Hanover NH for a key Ivy League matchup against the Dartmouth Big Green. Brown enters the series with a 12-12-1 overall record while being 7-1 in Ivy League play. Dartmouth has an overall record of 11-9 and 8-0 in Ivy League play after sweeping the Gehrig Division. Continue reading

Links from Around the Country (April 9th)

Here are some of the best links from around the country for April 9th.

The first article comes from the Arkansas Democrat Gazette which discusses the Razorbacks sweeping Arizona State last night. The next article comes from Tyler (TX) Morning Telegraph writer Shane Stark who did a feature on Heath Mayo who will be an incoming freshman at Brown in the fall of 2009. The next link comes from Rivals.com which talks with Ray Tanner of South Carolina after the Gamecocks 7-5 loss to instate rival Clemson. Continue reading

Ivy League Players of the Week


Senior Robert Papenhause (Hillsborough, Calif.) enjoyed a terrific week while leading the Bears to a 5-1-1 record. After hitting a solid 5-for-10 in three non-league games early in the week, Papenhause really got going in league play over the weekend, recording seven hits in 11 at bats for a stellar .636 average. In the four games against Penn and Columbia, Papenhause also scored five runs, drove in 11, and had four home runs. His offense helped spark the Bears, who averaged 12 runs per game while running their league record to 7-1, currently second in the Ivy League. Continue reading

Ivy League Recap for April 5th

Here is your Ivy League Recap for April 5th.

Game 1: Brown 9 Columbia 7 (7 innings)
Game 2: Brown 12 Columbia 11

Providence, R.I. – Brown took a pair of tight games against Ivy rival Columbia on Sunday afternoon, as Bruno’s bats continued to swing well. Sophomore Matt Colantonio (Garden City, N.Y.) blasted a two-run walk-off home run to center field in the second game, bringing the fans to their feet and the team streaming out onto the field as the Bears ran their league win streak to six consecutive games. With the victory, Brown improves to 11-12-1 overall and 7-1 in Ivy League play. Continue reading

Ivy League Recap for March 29th

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. Continue reading

Ivy League Recap for March 28th

Here is your Ivy League Recap for March 28th.

Game 1: Brown 10 Cornell 2 (7 innings)
Game 2: Cornell 8 Brown 4

Ithaca, N.Y. – Brown split with Cornell on Saturday afternoon, going 1-1 to open Ivy League play. Sophomore designated hitter Pete Greskoff (Paoli, PA) had the big hit for the Bears in the opener, coming through with a three-run home run in the top of the fifth. With the win, Brown improves to 4-10, while Cornell falls to 3-11 on the season. Continue reading

Pac-10 Baseball Round-Up: March 25, 2009

The Pac-10 was 7-0 in games played on Wednesday.

BERKELEY, Calif. – Cal scored twice in the third inning and then exploded for seven runs in the fourth inning on the way to a 9-6 victory over Santa Clara Wednesday afternoon at Evans Diamond. The Golden Bears improved to 13-8 overall and the Broncos dropped to 10-8. The winning pitcher for Cal was sophomore right-hander Yasser Clor, who improved his record to 3-0 by throwing a career-high 5.1 innings with six hits, four runs, one earned run, two walks and two strikeouts. Sophomore right-hander Kevin Miller earned his first collegiate save by throwing the final 3.2 innings (five hits, two runs, one earned run, one walk, two strikeouts). Sophomore right fielder Mark Canha, who is leading the Bears with a .398 average, had a two-run single in the third, while senior third baseman Michael Brady, sophomore shortstop Brian Guinn, junior first baseman Blake Smith, junior second baseman Jeff Kobernus, freshman left fielder Danny Oh and junior catcher Dylan Tonneson all had RBI in the fourth inning. [READ MORE]

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