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A program-best seven members of the Harvard Track and Field team traveled to Eugene, Or. to compete against the best of the nation in the NCAA National Outdoor Championships.
At the 112th IRA National Championships, the lightweight crew exceeded expectations and came home with two silver finishes, while the heavyweights fell below the predicted placements and lost grasp of getting a medal.
The Crimson athletes followed the trend of success that has characterized the team this year, as a school-record seven competitors qualified to the championships, which will begin on June 11th.
Junior Denis Nguyen became the first Harvard tennis player to reach the final four of the NCAA Men's Singles Championship since 2005.
Harvard men’s crew posted a strong performance at this year’s EARC sprints in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Co-captain Christine Clark was the Crimson's leading scorer this past season. The senior looks to take her talents overseas and play professionally in Europe.
Along with the women’s team title, eight Crimson athletes earned individual titles, while several others set personal bests or added their names to the record books.
The Harvard women's golf team earned its best finish in program history at the NCAA Central Regional, just missing a NCAA Championship bid by nine strokes.
The Crimson has now captured NCAA Tournament victories and advanced to the Round of 32 in each of the past three seasons.
In its first NCAA Tournament appearance since 2006, the Harvard men's lacrosse team fell behind early to Notre Dame, and could not recover.
The No. 1 Harvard-Radcliffe lightweight crew headed to Camden, N.J. on Sunday to compete in the EAWRC Sprints event as the regatta’s defending champions. In winning the Ulbrich Trophy for the second straight year, the varsity eight set a new course record on the Cooper River.
The Harvard men’s lacrosse team played well on Sunday afternoon, but unfortunately for the Crimson, Penn played just a little bit better.
A final spurt of defensive effort made all the difference in the Harvard men’s lacrosse game Friday night. The Crimson (10-5, 5-1 Ivy) battled Yale (9-5, 3-3) for the second time this week, but this time a bid in the Ivy League tournament final was up for grabs. This time around, No. 1-seed Harvard topped the No. 4-seed Bulldogs, 10-9, at Harvard Stadium.
Harvard finished six seconds ahead of the No. 10 Huskies, winning its 17th consecutive Smith Cup in open-water fashion.
With 3.5 seconds remaining in regulation and down one goal to Penn, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team seemed to be nearing the end of its season.