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The Crimson received contributions from its entire roster in a 9-3 win over Bryant on Tuesday. All four of the team’s pitchers were on the mound for at least an inning, and four pinch hitters capitalized on opportunities to have at bats against the Bulldogs.
Powered by a defense that recorded 38 digs on Friday, the Crimson held the Patriots to a .106 kill percentage and clinched a spot in the four-team postseason alongside Penn State, Princeton, and George Mason.
Winning matches against both Yale and Brown this weekend, the Crimson solidified its spot at number two in the Ivy League.
Although the Crimson reached the semifinals of the Ivy 7's Championship this weekend, two defeats at the end of the day consigned Harvard to a fourth-place finish.
In its last home stand of the season, the Harvard softball team came out with a strong showing against Yale, going 3-1 on the weekend to climb above the .500 mark overall.
The No. 20 Harvard women’s water polo team finished its regular season with a split in its final two-game weekend slate, taking down George Washington but falling short to No. 13 Princeton by equivalent 15-7 scores.
The Harvard baseball team came into its weekend series with Yale with high hopes for a four-game sweep. But after dropping its final two games on Sunday, the Crimson was eliminated from Ivy League Championship contention.
Despite mounting a valiant fourth quarter comeback on Friday, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team failed to dig itself out of a significant early hole against Princeton. The Crimson outscored the Tigers, 4-0, in the final period but fell just short, dropping a 12-11 decision.
The Crimson fell by a score of 4-3 to both the Bulldogs and the Bears this weekend.
With two outs and two on base in the top of the first inning, sophomore infielder Giana Panariello stepped up to the plate and belted one into deep right field. 3-0, Harvard. While the blast seemed like the start of a sweet night, it would turn sour five innings later as the Crimson's early lead turned into a devastating defeat.
In the first matchup this season against the Bears in the Ivy League tournament, the Crimson fell by one goal. This time, the squad came away with a tightly contested 7-6 victory at home.
The Crimson came out "flat" in a 6-2 loss to the Terriers on Tuesday afternoon.
Sophomore Marisa Romeo scored four goals as Harvard raced out to an 8-0 lead Tuesday night in a 12-4 victory over the visiting Crusaders.
A four-run fourth inning propelled the Minutemen to a 6-5 win and a spot in the Beanpot Championship. The Crimson (16-16, 5-7 Ivy) had handily beaten UMass (9-11, 7-5 Atlantic) in two prior meetings over spring break in Florida.
Entering the week ranked fourth in the CWPA Poll, the Crimson managed to win its first contest of the weekend against Notre Dame College but fell to Indiana and Michigan, two of the three teams that separate Harvard from the top of the rankings.