Kristaps Aldins was introduced as an assistant coach at Harvard by Joe Walsh. Aldins enters his first season at Harvard after completing four seasons on the bench at nearby Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
At MIT, Aldins worked with the Engineers’ pitchers, catchers, and outfielders. Aldins was also responsible for all facets of a nationwide recruiting process. During his stint at MIT, the team compiled an overall record of 82-63 with a program-record 25 wins in 2008. In 2006 the Engineers advanced to the NEWMAC Championship Game for the first time in program history and earned a bid to the ECAC Tournament.
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PRINCETON, N.J. — It has been since the late 1980s that Dartmouth hoisted a championship in Baseball. In 1987, the Big Green, led by star pitcher Mike Remlinger, brought the old EIBL championship to the friendly confines of Hanover, N.H. Since then, six other Ivy League teams have won the title as the Big Green waited for another shot at glory. That all changed in 2009 as Bob Whalen’s squad emerged to take the Ivy League Baseball Championship in the rubber match of a three-game series with Bill Walkenbach’s Cornell squad, all the while ending the 22-year drought. Continue reading →
CAMBRIDGE MASS- After a seven run first inning, Northeastern appeared well on its away to securing a midweek non conference win over Harvard and sweeping the brief two game season series between the two.
Three hours later, that was far from the case.
Harvard clawed away at the deficit before a ten run seventh inning catapulted them past the Huskies to a 16-13 win in a wild game that saw the two teams combine to use 34 players, issue 14 walks, ten wild pitches, and hit five batters. The game’s 29 combined runs came on just 22 hits. Continue reading →
Here is your Ivy League Recap for the final weekend of action. Dartmouth won the Red Rolfe Division for the second straight year while Princeton and Cornell tied for the Gehrig Division title. Princeton and Cornell will play a playoff game on Wednesday at Cornell to decide which team advances to the Ivy League Championship next weekend which will be hosted by Dartmouth at newly renovated Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park. Continue reading →
Game 1: Dartmouth 14 Harvard 2 (7 innings)
Game 2: Harvard 6 Dartmouth 4 (10 innings)
HANOVER, N.H. -A nine-run second inning allowed Dartmouth to cruise to a 14-2 victory in the first game of a doubleheader before falling to Harvard in game two in 10 innings, 6-4, in front of 1,237 fans at Red Rolfe Field at Biondi Park on Senior Day. Coupled with Brown’s doubleheader split at Yale this afternoon, the Big Green (21-12, 15-3 Ivy) have clinched at least a share of the Rolfe Division crown as they own a two-game lead on the Bears with two to play. Continue reading →
GREENVILLE, N.C. – Freshman Kevin Brandt fanned a career-high 10 batters and extended his current scoreless streak to 20 2/3 innings as No. 24 East Carolina (30-12) picked up a 4-0 win over No. 1 North Carolina (32-11) Wednesday night at Lewis Field inside Clark-LeClair Stadium. Continue reading →
The Crimson has put out a video report on the Harvard Baseball team’s appearance at the Baseball Beanpot last week. The video includes interviews with players and coaches about how special it was to play at the historic ballpark. Harvard ended up losing the game to crosstown rival Boston College by a score of 9-5 but good times were had by all. Continue reading →
Game 1: Cornell 3 Columbia 2 (8 innings)
Game 2: Cornell 9 Columbia 7
NEW YORK, N.Y. — The Cornell baseball team closed out its four-game set against Columbia with a sweep over the Lions on Sunday afternoon in New York City. Cornell needed extra innings in the opener to collect the 3-2 win before rallying for a 9-7 win in game two. Continue reading →
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. Continue reading →