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Sophomore Mariah Pewarski scored the third Crimson tally of the game against Penn on Saturday. Harvard scored four unanswered goals before Penn responded with a second-half penalty that proved futile.
Junior Andy Nguyen was the only victor for the Crimson in Friday’s slate of games in the Harvard Chowder Fest, an annual competition that kicks off the year-long tennis season. The Crimson’s doubles teams did not fare well on Friday against Texas A&M but were impressive against USC the next day.
Freshman forward Erika Garcia had a goal—her second of the year—as Harvard took down visiting New Hampshire, 4-1, on Sunday afternoon. Four different players found the back of the net for the Crimson.
Co-captain Carly Dickson, shown above, assisted in the Crimson’s equalizer against Bryant on Sunday afternoon. The Bulldogs scored early in the second period, but Harvard junior Katelin Wahl and rookie Paige Haley provided two key goals to give the Crimson its second win of the weekend.
Junior outside hitter Taylor Docter, one of three Harvard players to finish with double-digit kills, tied for second with sophomore Teresa Skelly with 14 kills. Rookie Kristen Casey led the team with 17 kills in the losing effort against Dartmouth. Harvard looks to rebound against Princeton and Penn.