Jacob Dreyer is a contributing writer for The Tufts Daily. Dreyer is a sophomore studying political science and can be reached at jacob.dreyer@tufts.edu.

Men’s baseball starts off their long road stretch strong with win over Colby

The Tufts baseball team started off its 12-game-long road trip on April 19 strong, as it secured a 4–1 win over Colby. It was the team’s fifth win in a row and they are now 20–5 overall with an impressive 6–1 conference record on the season. The Jumbos started off the scoring in the game […]

Tufts baseball ends its long home stretch on high note

The Tufts Jumbos finished their 14-game home stand strong against the Roger Williams Hawks, Bowdoin Polar Bears and UMass Dartmouth Corsairs. The Jumbos went 4–1 in these four games, completing an 11–3 home stretch to improve their overall record to 19–5 (6–2 NESCAC). After losing to Roger Williams on April 9, Tufts finished strong, defeating […]

Tufts Baseball continues home stretch success

Tufts continued its 15-game homestand strong this week by beating MIT 10–2 on Thursday, April 4. Tufts then split a doubleheader against Middlebury and ended the week with an impressive come-from-behind win against Keene State, improving its overall record to 15–4. On Sunday against Keene State, the Owls went up early, scoring three runs in the top of the […]

Baseball team returns home strong from Virginia trip

Upon return from its spring break trip to Virginia, the Tufts began its 15-home-game stretch against Massachusetts Maritime Academy on Wednesday, March 27. After winning by a score of 24–6, the Jumbos played a three-game series against NESCAC opponent Bates and one game against Salem State. They went 4–1 all told and improved their record […]

Tufts baseball defends its title on southern road trip

Tufts baseball returns home after posting an impressive 7–2 record during its weeklong trip to Virginia, putting its overall record at 8–2 to start off the season. Tufts concluded its road trip against Randolph-Macon, securing a 7–3 win. The victory against Randolph-Macon, currently the No. 9 ranked team in Div. Ⅲ baseball, signals that the Jumbos are poised for […]