Cho was fourth overall with a four-over-par 76 in Harvard’s 298-326 win against Lynn University on March 27.
Next up for the Crimson in the spring season is this weekend’s Roar-EE Invitational.
Jesse Meaux (Glendale High, 2007) UC Santa Barbara junior pitcher: Meaux tossed the first complete game of his college career on Sunday, as the Gauchos bested Cal Poly, 10-3, in a Big West Conference game.
The former Nitro allowed three runs on eight hits, striking out three to no walks.
Meaux leads the UCSB staff with a 5-1 record. He’s posted a 4.38 ERA in just over 49 innings, having struck out 21 batters and walked nine.
UCSB is currently 15-12 and 2-1 in conference, with a three-game conference series set to start Friday against Cal State Fullerton.
Evan Simonitsch (St. Francis High, 2006) Loyola Marymount sophomore outfielder: Simonitsch hit the first home run of his collegiate career on Tuesday in LMU’s 6-5 West Coast Conference victory over Long Beach State.
The two-run shot also came on a day in which he drew two walks.
Simonitsch is working his way back into the lineup after he was sidelined by a knee injury before the season.
Thus far, he’s played in four games, starting two, and is hitting .429 with three hits in seven at-bats. His other two hits were doubles.
Joining him at LMU is Glendale native and Notre Dame graduate Trevor Gee, who had a pinch-hit and a run scored in Tuesday’s game and Ramiro Carreon, who played alongside Simonitsch at St. Francis.
Gee has played in nine games for LMU, which is 16-15 and 0-3 in conference. He’s hitting .231 with three runs batted in and a pair of runs.
Carreon is 2-3 on the year with a 5.36 ERA. He’s pitched a team-high 42 innings and struck out 28 to 12 walks.
The Lions return to action on Friday at Portland.