Baseball comes into this weekend's four-game series against a strong Cornell team riding a nine-game win streak. The Lions pitching has been a particular strength this season.
The Lions allowed no earned runs in their victory over the Red Storm.
The baseball team was supposed to travel to St. John’s last week, but after the game was rained out, will instead host the Red Storm on Wednesday.
The Lions continued the defense of their Ivy League title with a dominating four-game sweep of the Tigers.
After a mid-week win over Rutgers, the baseball team takes on Princeton in four games this weekend at Robertson Field at Satow Stadium. The Tigers, with a 4-2 Ivy record, are second place in the Lou Gehrig Division.
Cross-divisional play—and the resultant dominance of the Lou Gehrig Division over the Red Rolfe—wrapped up last weekend.
The Lions baseball team took a 10-0 lead in the fourth inning and never looked back.
The Light Blue will have to rely on its plethora of pitching to try and stifle Rutgers' prolific hitting.
The Lions will take a three-game winning streak into Tuesday’s matchup with the Red Storm.
The Lions rebounded from a three game slide to finish the weekend on a three game win streak.
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