After a close first half, Harvard fell to Princeton 6-1, resulting in the Crimson’s worst loss since a 7-0 defeat to UCLA in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. In conference play, it is the worst margin the team has suffered since a 5-0 loss to Princeton in 2006.
This past weekend, the Harvard men’s lightweight crew team traveled to Lake Carnegie, in Princeton, N.J., to compete in the annual Princeton Chase regatta.
For the first time in a dozen years, the Harvard field hockey team can call itself the Ancient Eight champions.
The Crimson was held scoreless in the two games it played on the road this weekend.
After showing signs of promise in its first game against Siena, Georgia uncovered areas of weakness in the conclusion of the Beantown Challenge, as the Crimson went on the split its weekend slate.
This weekend, the Crimson sent a handful of athletes to the NCAA Championships at the McAuley Aquatic Center in Atlanta, Ga. to face the nation’s fastest swimmers.
In its final competitive action of the season, Harvard men’s squash sent just one member, junior co-captain Bryan Koh, to compete in the Pool Division of the CSA Individual National Championships.
Buoyed by one-two-three finishes in four separate events, the Crimson raced past Air Force and UNLV on Saturday in its final meet of winter break.
The Crimson failed to capitalize on its opportunities to pick up key road wins, dropping the first game 2-0 to St. Lawrence (12-10-2, 6-5-1) before losing control in the third frame against Clarkson (19-3-2, 7-3-2) en route to a 5-2 setback.
Another day, another top three opponent humbled. Just 24 hours after defeating No. 2 Penn, the No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team cruised past No. 3 Princeton, 9-0, at the Murr Center Squash Courts on Sunday.
Coming into the game on a two-game losing streak, the Crimson held off a late run by Samford to start the new year with a victory.