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A New Balance
Men's Tennis

Men's Tennis Sweeps Both Opponents in Texas Dual Match

Harvard kicked off its spring season with a 4-3 victory over South Methodist University on Friday and a handy 6-1 win over University of Texas, Arlington, on Sunday.

Eyes on the Prize
Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis Drops Two, Defeats Howard in Three-Match Weekend

Despite promising results from captain Annika Ringblom and sophomores Jenna Friedel and Irene Lu, the Crimson dropped two out of three matches in Washington, D.C.

Sliding In
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Slips into Six-Game Losing Streak

Continuing a difficult stretch of games against top opponents, Harvard dropped consecutive contests to No. 10 St. Lawrence and No. 2/2 Clarkson this weekend.

Scoring From the Top Down
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Tops St. Lawrence in Yet Another OT Game

In a game with multiple momentum shifts and an audience that only got more boisterous, the Crimson put away the 4-3 win in overtime, and returned from its annual weekend in the North Country with three of four points.

Stalemate
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Ties Clarkson After Back-and-Forth Drama

After three lead changes, five advantages erased, and 12 goals altogether, the Crimson and the Golden Knights skated to a 6-6 draw.

Shooting Star
Women's Ice Hockey

Boston College Skates Past Women's Ice Hockey

Facing its highest-ranked opponent yet in a mid-week matchup, Harvard women’s hockey fell to No. 2/3 Boston College on the Eagles’ home ice. The Crimson has now lost all three of its games against top-10 teams in the past five days, having been outscored 16-8.

Women's Ice Hockey

Colgate Slides by Women's Ice Hockey

In a gritty matchup, the women’s ice hockey team fell 3-2 to No. 4/4 Colgate. The match added another win to the Raiders now-three game win streak and handed Harvard its second consecutive loss.

Waiting at the Dot
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Skates Past Princeton, Draws QPac This Weekend

With a 3-1 victory over Princeton and a 2-2 tie with Quinnipiac this weekend, the Crimson nabbed three out of four possible ECAC points and remains without a loss in 2018.

Men's Squash

Men's Squash Blanks No. 3 St. Lawrence

Against a St. Lawrence team that had already racked up wins against Ivy League rivals No. 7 Princeton and No. 5 Penn, the Crimson squashed its opponent. In three games, opposing teams have yet to earn a single match against the No. 2 ranked Harvard.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Downs La Salle, Remains Undefeated at Home

In its last non-conference matchup of the season, Harvard capitalized on 23-2 run in the first quarter to claim the nine-point victory over La Salle. The win, the first of six consecutive home games, maintains the Crimson's undefeated record in the newly renovated Lavietes Pavilion.

New Sheriff in Towns
Men's Basketball

Late Effort Not Enough as Men's Basketball Falls to Wofford, 63-62

The late game heroics would fall just short, however, as Harvard would give Wofford back-to-back offensive rebounds on the hosts' final possession. Sophomore forward Seth Towns fouled Wofford senior guard Derrick Brooks on one end before coming up short with a layup attempt on the other.

Captain Extraordinaire, With a Pair
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Ties RPI, 2-2, in Rare Mid-Week Tilt

Harvard carried play for much of the game and outshot the Engineers, 41-27, but the teams skated to an even 2-2 score after 65 minutes of hockey. The ECAC foes traded scores in the first 40 minutes of play and entered the third frame even at one. In the final third of regulation, each team lit the lamp en route to a stalemate.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Drops Ivy League Opener to Dartmouth

Riding a two-game win streak into its Ancient Eight opener, the women's basketball team failed to overcome Dartmouth's early lead, ultimately falling 63-56. Throughout the match, the Crimson committed 21 turnovers, tying its season-high.

Home Cooking Once Again
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Surges Past .500 Against RPI and Union

In the spirit of the new year, the Harvard men’s hockey team is hoping to steer its season in a new direction. After struggling on the road in 2017, the squad returned home to the Bright-Landry Hockey Center this weekend and reached another checkpoint on its journey back to contending in the ECAC. For the first time since early November, the Crimson sits above .500 thanks to wins over RPI and Union.

Hunt or Be Hunted
Wrestling

Wrestling Closes Out 2017 with Midlands Tournament

In what is deemed its second toughest tournament of the season, the wrestling team traveled to Evanston, Ill., to compete against the nation's best. Of the group's 14 competitors, six posted points for the team, which finished the two-day tournament in 30th place.

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