The Crimson clinched its third straight berth in the NCAA Tournament with a 70-58 win over Yale on Friday night at the Payne Whitney Gymnasium.
With a first round NCAA Tournament game on Saturday and an Ivy League crown under their belts, the women of the Crimson look as strong as ever.
An overall clinical performance, headlined by solid offensive play, powered the Crimson to a 3-0, straight-set victory over Marymount (6-12, 3-5 Continental).
A season of hard work, grueling training and dedication finally culminated for the Harvard wrestling team this weekend at the EIWA Championships in Philadelphia. But no season came to a more illustrious fruition than Todd Preston’s.
Coming into the NCAA Northeast Regionals in Wellesley, Mass. early Sunday morning, Harvard fencing coach Peter Brand hoped to qualify the maximum 12 fencers for the NCAA Championships, less than two weeks away.
“Let’s play hockey.” The chant rang out loud and clear on the Yale side of the Payne Whitney Gymnasium on Friday night in New Haven, Conn. as the Harvard men’s basketball team closed in on a third straight outright Ivy League Championship.
It was a beautiful weekend in Maryland for the No. 19 Harvard sailing team, which raced in its first regatta of the 2014 spring season Saturday and Sunday.
After a hard fought weekend, the team notched one confirmed bid to NCAA’s and a 12th place finish overall.
After last week's success at Ivy League Championships, the Harvard track and fields teams headed to BU this weekend to compete in the ECAC and ICAAAA Championships.
The ECAC matchup against the Big Red ended the Crimson’s hopes at a league tournament title. Fortunately for Harvard, the 6-4 loss at Cheel Arena will not be the final game of its 2013-2014 campaign.
Hosting some of the best teams in the nation, the Harvard women’s water polo team had some trouble against top-ranked opponents this weekend at the Harvard Invite. The Crimson went 1-3 on the weekend against the stiff competition.
The Crimson fell to No. 15/17 Penn by a 9-4 margin at Franklin Field in Philadelphia. The team has been unable to tally a victory against the Quakers in its last 15 matchups, dating back to 2001.
George Mason dominated Harvard in a straight-sets victory on Friday night before the Crimson ended a six-match win streak for Princeton, overcoming its Ivy rivals in a five-set thriller in New Jersey.
Yale mustered two third period goals – both of which came on the man advantage - en route to downing Harvard for the fourth and final time of the season.
The victory clinched win number 515 for Delaney-Smith, making her the all-time winningest coach in Ivy League history, passing former Princeton men’s basketball head coach Pete Carril.
Harvard (1-7) earned its first W of the season over Lamar (11-6) in Beaumont, Texas, with a clean 4-0 victory Friday night. But the team’s struggles in close games continued, as the Crimson dropped a pair of one-run contests on Saturday and fell, 10-3, in the final game of the series on Sunday.
The No. 11 Crimson took on No. 4 American International College in a Saturday afternoon contest at Cumnock Field, and the powerful Yellow Jackets offense proved too much for the injury-hampered Crimson squad in the 56-19 loss.
Seniors Becca Nadler, Jen Rolfes, and Chris Stock, along with junior Akeo Maifeld-Carucci, competed in Park City, Utah and combined to help the Crimson secure 14th place out of 23 teams overall.
In its final matches before its annual spring break trip, the Harvard men’s tennis team was in top form, besting Michigan State, 5-2, and downing Bryant, 6-1, on Saturday at the Murr Center.
The Crimson (21-7, 11-3 Ivy) laid it all on the floor in what was potentially the last time that its seniors would suit up in a Harvard jersey.
Harvard traveled to the nation’s capital to face off against the Hoyas on Georgetown’s home turf on Saturday afternoon. The Crimson took down the Hoyas, 15-7.