The Princeton softball and baseball teams will face Harvard April 15-16 as the weather-interrupted contests from March 29 have been rescheduled.
The softball team will face Harvard on Tuesday, April 15 at 2 p.m. at the Class of 1895 Field. The team will pick up the first game in the middle of the fourth inning with a 0-0 score. The baseball team will resume Wednesday, April 16 at 1 p.m. at Clarke Field with the first game tied 1-1 after four innings.
Princeton's softball team is 10-18 overall and 3-3 in the Ivy League. The Tigers are in the thick of the Ivy race, standing just a half-game behind Cornell (4-2), even with Columbia (4-4) and just a half-game ahead of Penn (2-3) in the Ivy South. The baseball team, at 9-14 and 4-2, is three games back of Penn (8-0) in the Ivy South and even with Cornell and Columbia, both 5-3.
Both teams will have home midweek contests this week, baseball Wednesday against Columbia and softball Thursday against Rutgers, before heading to Columbia for a four-game series Saturday and Sunday.
The baseball team also moved its game at St. John's, previously scheduled for April 16, to a 6 pm start on Tuesday, April 29.