The men’s team displayed a strong all-around showing in the épée, foil, and saber events, besting its opponents and emerging with a 3-0 overall victory. Similarly, the women’s team swept the three rival schools, with the most decisive victory coming in the saber division.
Despite a tough game in the first round, the Crimson returned to Walter Brown Arena with its offense at full steam, putting five goals past the host team en route to a 5-3 victory Tuesday night
There’s plenty of hockey left to play for Harvard, and if the team manages to control home ice and host the ECAC quarterfinals at Bright-Landry, the door is wide open for the Crimson.
As a result of its 5-1 loss to the Huskies Monday evening, the Crimson finished last in the Beanpot for the second consecutive year.
The opening tip fell into her path, and freshman guard Madeline Raster collected the ball, raced towards the basket, and laid it in. That was about as good as it got for the Harvard women’s basketball team.
Harvard wrestling was unable to extend its win streak this weekend at home, dropping back to back contests to Ivy League foes Princeton and Penn at the Malkin Athletic Center.
For the first time since 2009, the Harvard women’s fencing team earned a share of the Ivy League Championship trophy, thanks to strong performances from the saber squad and an epee group that held its own despite its relative lack of experience.
Up against three ranked opponents this weekend, the Crimson came up with big wins, including its first ever victory over Indiana.
The Nordic team raced January 30th to January 31st, the alpine team took to the snow this past weekend. The Crimson placed 10th of 16 teams overall for the third consecutive time this season.
Travelling to New York to face off against Ivy rivals Cornell and Columbia, the women's squash team came away with two decisive victories over the weekend.
Playing against a veteran Princeton squad that has more experience winning, the Crimson’s comeback bid came just a bit short in overtime, 92-83.
Facing off against fellow Ivy foes, the Harvard women's tennis team tacked on its first two wins of the 2016 season.
Playing its last regular season home game of the year, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team picked up a victory over ECAC and Ivy rival Yale by a 4-1 margin.
Two goals from junior forward Sydney Daniels sent the Harvard women’s hockey team to a 3-3 stalemate against ECAC bottom feeder Brown.
Harvard's 10-year wait for an Ivy League title will continue at least a little longer, as Yale knocked off the Crimson, 2-1, in a physical battle at Ingalls Rink on Saturday.