Sunday, March 20, 2005

Crimson Splits With Bethune Yesterday

So it turns out that the Crimson and Wildcats were rained out Friday, and played a doubleheader yesterday and will again today. Yesterday's doubleheader produced a split, with Harvard whalloping Bethune-Cookman 17-3 in the opener and falling 8-6 in the nightcap.

Zak Farkes, it seems, didn't play in either game. Hmmm...

Leading the hit parade in the opener was freshman Steffan Wilson, who knocked in four runs on a single, a triple and the first of what will likely be a good many collegiate homers (and in fact, he had one in the second game as well). Javy Castellanos went four innings and walked four, but escaped having only allowed one run. Jake Bruton went the rest of the way, and threw five strong innings of relief.

Haviland struggled in his second collegiate start, allowing six runs in three innings. Morgalis relieved him and allowed two runs in the remaining five innings. One can hope that his recovery from his foot ailment is going smoothly.

More later...

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