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Powered by a 26-2 second half run, the Dartmouth men's basketball team snapped an 11-game losing streak to the Crimson Saturday afternoon at Lavietes Pavilion.
Dealing with personnel losses and a losing streak, the Crimson scored six unanswered goals to beat Colgate, 6-1.
A trey ball from senior wing Wesley Saunders with 13 minutes remaining was the last highlight reel-type moment of the afternoon for the Crimson, as its highest high led to a series of lows, culminating in Dartmouth’s 26-2 run minutes later.
In a road tilt that saw Harvard lose two key players due to injury in the opening period, the Crimson lost a nail-biter to its most storied rival, 3-2.
Playing at home for the first time in over two months, the Harvard women’s tennis team opened its spring season with a bang Monday, picking up a shutout victory against the University of Rhode Island.
The Harvard men’s tennis team returned to action by dispatching Dartmouth in an exhibition match at the Murr Center.
Putting together three separate streaks of eight or more unanswered points, the Harvard men’s basketball team used a balanced scoring attack to put away Bryant late for a 66-57 victory on Tuesday.
Sometimes home field is not an advantage after all, as the Harvard wrestling team came to find out Saturday, losing to No. 7 Cornell (8-0, 2-0 EIWA) in its home and Ivy League opener.
This weekend, the Harvard skiing team kicked off its 2015 campaign at the Eastern Intercollegiate Ski Association’s Bates College Winter Carnival.
The Crimson fell to No. 5 Lewis, 3-1, on Friday and top-ranked Loyola, 3-0, on Saturday in the team’s first two matches of the season.
The Harvard men's swimming and diving team (7-0, 5-0 Ivy) continued its undefeated start to the season by defeating Ivy League rivals Brown and Penn in Providence.
Despite holding Dartmouth scoreless for almost two and a half periods, the No. 5/5 Harvard women's hockey team suffered a 4-2 defeat to the Big Green, snapping a 10-game winning streak for the Crimson.
The men's and women's track and field teams combined for three school records and five meet records while taking home 13 titles in their opening weekend.
After falling behind by 16 in the first half, Harvard reignited on both the offensive and defensive ends of the floor on its way to a hard-fought 66-54 victory over NJIT.