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On paper it seemed like Dartmouth (14-10, 5-2) had pulled off a major upset against the Harvard (19-7, 5-2) men’s tennis team. The No. 45 Big Green beat the No. 34 Crimson, 4-3, at the Boss Tennis Center at Dartmouth, leaving both schools tied for second place in the Ivy League behind champion Columbia.
Winning matches against both Yale and Brown this weekend, the Crimson solidified its spot at number two in the Ivy League.
The No. 34 Harvard men’s tennis team (17-6, 3-1 Ivy League) will finish its regular season with matches against Yale on Friday and Brown on Sunday.
Sophomore Sebastian Beltrame and his doubles partner Nicky Hu won their match against Cornell’s Sam Fleck and Colin Sinclair, 6-4.
In its Ivy League openers, the No. 36 Harvard men’s tennis team split a hotly contested pair of matches, taking down No. 55 Cornell, 4-3, on Saturday, but falling short against No. 28 Columbia on Sunday.
Harvard sophomore Brian Yeung, pictured above in action against Michigan State on March 8, 2014, defeated Amherst's Andrew Yaraghi in three sets while playing out of the first position on Saturday.
The Crimson has a strong foundation of underclassmen on its side— led by sophomore Brian Yeung and freshman Grant Solomon—who helped carry the team to victory in its matches on Saturday.
The Harvard men’s tennis team returned home this weekend to wrap up nonconference play before kicking off its Ivy League schedule next week against Cornell and Columbia.
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.
After coming off an ECAC title win, the men's tennis team hosted three teams at home this weekend, going 2-1 in the contests.
The Harvard men’s tennis team passed an important benchmark with flying colors this weekend in its buildup to its spring season, taking home the crown at the ECAC Division I Indoor Championship in Cambridge.
The Harvard men’s tennis team split its weekend matches on its West Coast swing, winning one of two against highly ranked squads as part of ITA Kick-Off Weekend.
The Harvard men’s tennis team returned to action by dispatching Dartmouth in an exhibition match at the Murr Center.