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Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton and Yale will compete for the title in a round-robin style tournament. Having won the fall season of rugby 15s and performing well so far in sevens play, the Brown Bears enter the competition as the team to beat.
The resurgent Harvard women's water polo team will play three games against CWPA Western teams at Princeton's DeNunzio Pool on Saturday and Sunday.
Much has changed in the world of men’s volleyball since Harvard and Penn State last squared off for a conference matchup.
This weekend, the Crimson will square off against opponents Princeton and Cornell in a pair of doubleheaders at O’Donnell Field.
Despite a five-goal loss last week to a strong Cardinal squad and a close game against a Dartmouth team that has yet to win a game, the Crimson is hoping to pounce on a Bears team that has struggled in the conference.
The Harvard men’s lacrosse team enters the match on a four-game skid, with three of its four losses coming to opponents ranked in the current top 14, while No. 3 Cornell has won its last four, including three victories over fellow Ancient Eight teams.
The Omaha Mavericks enter the 2015 NCAA tournament against Harvard after a first-round exit in the NCHC playoffs. Omaha coach Dean Blais and Crimson coach Ted Donato '91 share Olympic experience.
The Crimson travels to South Bend to take on No. 9/9 Nebraska-Omaha in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night. The winner will take on either No. 2/2 Minnesota St. Mankato or the Rochester Institute of Technology on Sunday for a chance to advance to the Frozen Four in Boston.
The Harvard women’s hockey team is racing towards a championship matchup against Minnesota, but less than four months ago, this final destination appeared improbable, if not downright delusional.
During Wednesday’s press conference, Harvard men’s basketball coach Tommy Amaker said he was glad his players did not notice his reaction when North Carolina was matched with the Crimson during Sunday’s selection show.
The Crimson kicks off its stint at the NCAA Frozen Four Friday night with a rubber match against crosstown rival Boston College Friday in Minneapolis.
Harvard will play Yale in neutral Philadelphia Saturday at 4 p.m. in the Ivy League tiebreaker. The winner will move on to the NCAA Tournament, where the Crimson beat Cincinnati in an upset last year before falling in a thriller to Michigan State. Yale has not been to the NCAA Tournament since 1962.
Over the past three years, the No. 18/- Harvard men’s ice hockey team has faced off against the No. 12/12 Yale squad 10 times. Home, away, or in New York City, the Crimson failed to notch a win in any of the matchups with its biggest rival.
Following a 7-3 win over Cornell in the ECAC Championship game Sunday, the Crimson clinched the No. 3 seed and home ice advantage for the first round of the NCAA Tournament.