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The Harvard men's golf team captured its first invite win of the season, topping a field of 15 teams.
It was divide and conquer for the No. 14 Harvard coed sailing team this weekend, as the Crimson spread out all over the New England area to compete in four regattas. The team came out on top of many familiar opponents and earned three top-five finishes on the weekend.
The elements were not ideal for golf this weekend in Providence, R.I. But the weather did not deter the Harvard women’s golf team, as the Crimson won the Brown BEAR Invitational with an overall score of 628, 20 shots ahead of second-place Boston University.
The Harvard softball team did not trail once against Brown this weekend to remain undefeated in the Ivy League.
The victories clinch the No. 2 seed for the Crimson in the EIVA postseason tournament, which begins in two weeks.
On Saturday at Blodgett Pool, the Crimson (14-18, 3-3 CWPA South) won its first round game against George Washington, 12-3, before falling to No. 9 Princeton, 14-3, in the division semifinal. On Sunday, Bucknell beat Harvard, 9-6, in the third-place consolation match.
The Crimson exploded with a six-hit, seven-run seventh inning on Saturday and a seven-hit, eight-run first frame on Sunday, but the Harvard offense was largely silent in its two losses.
On Saturday morning, the Black and White faced tough opposition and lost to Ancient Eight rivals Princeton and Cornell in the Class of 1975 Cup. Then, on Sunday, Radcliffe rowed to victory against Northeastern and Boston University in the Beanpot Regatta.
In a game with big Ivy League implications, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team suffered a sound defeat against conference rival Princeton, 15-6.
A two-goal lead never seemed so small, as the No. 17 Harvard men’s lacrosse team watched its victory slip away to No. 11 Penn on Saturday afternoon.
Although the Eagles managed a run in the top of the ninth, Harvard would hang on to defeat its crosstown rival, 6-5, in the first round of the Beanpot at O’Donnell Field Wednesday afternoon.
The Crimson, which has yet to drop a home game this season, faced the new Boston University program at Harvard Stadium, defeating the Terriers 14-9.
The No. 17 Harvard sailing team sent boats out to three regattas across the northeast this weekend. The Crimson came back to Cambridge with a fifth-place finish and another top-10 result, as Harvard concluded the team racing portion of its spring season.
The Harvard men's lacrosse team handed the Big Red its first loss of the season with a 6-1 surge in the third quarter.