Harvard Finally Goes Big Dancing AgainAt The Ballpark
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — Bill Decker has been waiting for this moment.
The Harvard Crimson head coach has been at the helm of the Boston-based program for seven years and has seemingly made a steady climb from the dregs of the Ivy League to Sunday’s mountaintop. A scintillating 8-6, 11-inning win on Sunday now propels his program into a place it hasn’t been in 14 years; the NCAA Tournament.
“This is the best moment that I have personally had here,” Decker said afterward. “But it’s not for me, it’s because of my feelings for this group of kids we have. I tell my younger assistant coaches, that’s why you do what you do… for these types of moments.”