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The Harvard men’s tennis team returned to action by dispatching Dartmouth in an exhibition match at the Murr Center.
The No. 29 Harvard men's tennis team opened up its spring season with convincing victories over Marist and William & Mary at the Murr Center Courts on Saturday.
Co-captain Denis Nguyen, shown here in previous action, paired up with sophomore Brian Yeung to compete in doubles at the ITA National Indoor Championships.
While co-captain Denis Nguyen and sophomore Brian Yeung fell short for the Crimson on a national stage at the ITA Championships, the rest of the squad performed well at the Tribe Invitational and captured several All-Tournament awards.
After a fall season spent largely on the road, the Harvard men’s tennis team returned home for Halloween weekend, hosting the UTR Metro Open at the Murr Center.
Co-captain Alex Steinroeder, shown here in previous action, advanced into the quarterfinals of the ITA Northeast Regional Championships. Freshman Kenny Tao defeated Princeton's number one player in three sets.
Freshman Kenny Tao defeated Princeton's top player in the second round at the ITA Regional Championships in Flushing Meadows, N.Y.
The Harvard men’s tennis team continued its fall season this past weekend, competing at the Porsche Napa Valley classic in California and the Farnsworsth Ivy Plus Tournament, hosted by Princeton.
Though the Crimson fell just shy of winning its third-straight Ivy crown, it still put together another strong conference campaign and proved that it can consistently compete on the national scene.
Junior Denis Nguyen became the first Harvard tennis player to reach the final four of the NCAA Men's Singles Championship since 2005.
The Crimson has now captured NCAA Tournament victories and advanced to the Round of 32 in each of the past three seasons.
The Crimson closed out No. 42 Dartmouth, 4-1, to secure a solo second-place finish in the Ivy League and a near-certain at-large bid to the NCAA Tournament in front of a packed house on Senior Day at the Murr Center.
The Crimson extended its winning streak to five this weekend and moved into a tie for second place in the Ivy League after sweeping Brown and Yale.