Tuesday, April 05, 2005

Harvard Sweeps Doubleheader

11-5 win in the nightcap, with Walsh throwing out one of his patented hodgepodge units on the mound. Matt Brunnig got the start in the opener, all of this prompting obvious questions about Frank Hermann. Still it's great to see Brunnig able to start and win again, and just like that the Crimson is 4-0 in regular season play.

Vance singled home Ian Wallace in the opener for the go-ahead run in the opener, after the Crimson chased reigning Ivy League Pitcher of the Week Josh Appel from the mound.

Brad Unger got the win in the second game with 2 1/3 innings of scoreless relief, helping stave off the Quakers as the Crimson clawed back from a 3-0 deficit early.

Oh yes, and 16 more innings of error free ball. Never a bad thing.

The home opener is tomorrow afternoon against Holy Cross.

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