Women's Tennis vs. Penn
The Harvard Women's Tennis team successfully defeated the Penn Quakers 6-1 this past Saturday.
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Kristin Norton '13 of Harvard Women's tennis reaches for the ball in a match against Princeton.
Junior co-captain Matt Jones, shown above in previous action, has been a presence in the outside position all year, and this weekend was no different. The junior tallied 26 kills against NYU on Friday and 22 kills in Saturday’s encounter against NJIT. The Crimson has yet to win a conference game.
Harvard pockets a 7-0 win against Princeton in its first game on Friday.
Baseball vs. Princeton
Junior Jeff Reynolds steps up to bat in the first game against Princeton this past Saturday.
BOUGHS OF HOLLY
Junior co-captain Holly Cao, ranked 97th nationally, picked up a point for her squad with a straight-set victory at the No. 1 singles spot, but Cao and freshman teammate Hannah Morrill lost at No. 2 doubles, and the Crimson fell to Princeton yesterday, 4-3, to drop to 3-1 in league play.
Sophomore Elise Molnar, shown above in previous play, led the team in scoring and assists with two in each category in Saturday’s 11-5 loss against Princeton. Molnar then contributed three assists in the Crimson’s win over Bucknell. Harvard couldn’t contain Michigan, dropping the encounter, 13-10.
Co-captain Ellen Macadam boasts the best hitting average on the team at .411. This weekend, the senior showed her power at bat, homering off a pitch from Cornell’s top hurler, Elizabeth Dalrymple.
Boom Goes the Dynamite
Senior Eric “Boomer” Eadington took the loss in the first game of Saturday’s doubleheader against the Tigers at O’Donnell Field. With Harvard up 3-0 through the first six innings, the senior didn’t allow a single run until the seventh, when Princeton’s Nat Baird plated teammate Mike Ford. A furious rally ensued, which saw the Tigers score five runs.
Sophomore Hideko Tachibana teamed up with classmate Kristin Norton and fell at No. 1 doubles to Penn Saturday, but she regrouped to capture a win in straight sets at No. 2 singles, propelling her team to a 6-1 triumph.