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Harvard sent six players to the ITA Northeast Regionals, and sophomore June Lee won four matches in the New Haven tournament.
After completing a road sweep in New York last weekend, the Harvard women’s volleyball team brought that momentum back to Cambridge. The squad downed Penn in come-from-behind fashion and handled Princeton easily.
For the first time since September, Harvard left the pitch without a win Saturday in its 1-1 tie at Brown.
After capturing a 2-1 win over the Big Red on Saturday, Harvard fell in overtime against UNH at Jordan Field.
On a chilly Sunday afternoon, the Radcliffe crew team rowed to a runner-up finish and three additional top-10 finishes.
Despite struggling at the start of the races, many boats from the Harvard men’s crew teams were able to improve throughout their races to end strong. No crew tallied an outright race victory, but Crimson entries earned top three finishes in the main races for heavyweight and lightweight eights.
Two big plays from junior receiver Andrew Fischer and one from junior running back Paul Stanton have the Harvard football team up 17-0 over Lafayette at halftime.
In a close matchup between the cross-town rivals, the Crimson and the Engineers were tied with nine goals apiece going into the fourth period.
In a contest where 23 different members of the Crimson took the field, Harvard utilized a trio of second half-goals to keep that streak alive, cruising to a 3-0 victory.
The team placed three boats in the top 10 of the varsity eight race and four in the top 10 of the varsity four race.
Despite coming away with a win in its second game of the weekend after losing to No. 13 Brown in the first, Harvard struggled on the defensive end and came away unsatisfied with its results.
A 48th minute goal by senior forward Hiroki Kobayashi was the lone score in Harvard's victory over Cornell Saturday at Soldiers Field.
Harvard field hockey (7-4, 1-2 Ivy) added another win to its record on Sunday, beating Fairfield (5-10, 0-2 America East), 3-0, on the road.
Harvard dominated the Big Red on a cold, rainy afternoon to keep its Ivy League unbeaten streak intact at 11 games and remain atop the league standings.