The Dartmouth College baseball team made history on Saturday in Hanover. The Big Green and Penn played a 21-inning game -- the longest in Ivy League history. The game was the eighth-longest in NCAA Division I history.
The Quakers won, 21-15.
A number of records were broken. Dartmouth had 105 plate appearances, setting a Division I record. The teams combined for 208 plate appearances, also a Division I record.
The Big Green left 27 runners on base, tying the Division I mark. The Quakers had 30 hits and the Big Green 25, which was a school record for Penn and one shy for Dartmouth.
Penn’s Craig Larsen was the star of the day with five hits, including a grand slam. He hit for the cycle, achieving the feat with a bunt single in the 13th inning.
The Quakers swept a doubleheader with Dartmouth on Sunday, 13-1 and 15-3.