Baseball Tripped Up by Ohio State

James Kirkpatrick
James Kirkpatrick threw two innings of scoreless relief on Saturday (Photo/Vasha Hunt)

DeLAND, Fla. – Logan Bravo and Jake Suddleson each recorded a double in the Crimson's clash with Ohio State, but it was not enough to put Harvard in the win column, as the Buckeyes handed Harvard a 13-1 loss. The Crimson (0-5, 0-0 Ivy) was unable to rally back from an early deficit in its second game at the Stetson Invitational in DeLand, Florida. 

The Buckeyes struck early in the contest, putting up two runs in the first inning. An additional five in the following frame put Harvard in a 7-0 hole. 

Logan Bravo answered in the next inning, roping an RBI-double down the left-field line to score Matt Thomas from first-base. Ohio State answered with six runs in the next two innings which gave it a 13-1 advantage. 

Jack Mahala, James Kirkpatrick and Ian Buckner combined for three innings of scoreless relief to end the game. 

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Harvard will round out its Florida trip with a matchup against Stetson University at 1 p.m. tomorrow afternoon. Enzo Stefanoni will get the start against the Hatters.