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Racing at the J. Stewart Walker Sailing Complex, the two Crimson boats competing in the regatta combined for 157 points. Harvard finished fourth of 14 teams, behind No. 3 Georgetown, No. 13 Vermont, and No. 1 Yale.
After returning from a four-game road trip in which the team went 1-3, Harvard defeated the Big Red by a score of 60-54 on Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion
Senior Mike Mosca's sweep in the one and three meter dives helped the Crimson place second at the Ivy League Championships.
Senior Amanda Sobhy, the top-ranked player in the country, became the second player in history to win her fourth Ramsay Cup title as the individual national champion of collegiate squash on Sunday.
The Crimson sent three players to the CSA Individual Championships, including freshman David Ryan, who made it as far as the semifinals.
In its last race of the season, the Harvard ski team put on one of its strongest performances of the season, placing 10th in the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association Regional Championships at Lake Placid, N.Y. over the weekend.
Fueled by victories in both games of Saturday’s doubleheader, the Crimson was able to earn a series split and pick up two victories in its opening weekend for the first time since 2010.
The Harvard men’s tennis team continued its strong run of late, further building up for its main spring season as it earned a weekend sweep.
With snow piled high on the winter streets of Cambridge, the No. 13/10 Harvard men’s lacrosse team traveled south to Durham, N.C., but did not find a warm reception waiting for them from No. 6/6 Duke. Strong shooting helped propel the defending national champions stretch a two-goal halftime lead into seven-goal margin of victory, 21-14.
A late three from senior Erin McDonnell helped the Crimson put away Columbia in an 82-81 victory on Senior Night.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey became the first Harvard player to capture both the conference goal and conference point scoring titles in 24 years in a 5-0 victory over Princeton.
The Harvard men’s basketball team, led by the hot shooting of sophomore Corbin Miller, bounced back from a loss to Cornell by defeating the Lions, 80-70.
Harvard was unable to claim a victory at home as the Crimson allowed three early goals in a 5-2 loss to the No. 10/9 Bobcats.
The Crimson scored just 21 points in the first half Friday and never led in the second half of a 57-49 defeat to the Big Red. The loss drops Harvard (19-6, 9-2 Ivy) back into a tie with Yale for first in the Ivy League.