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Although the Crimson (4-10) fell to Buffalo (7-17), the team defeated Loyola Marymount (15-20) to earn its first win on its annual spring break trip to California.
After almost reaching half of its 2014 11-win output with five victories in the first eight games of the season, the Harvard baseball team saw its offense sputter in a four-game series against Stetson to kick off its spring break slate.
After taking a 7-5 lead headed into halftime against the fifth-ranked team in the nation, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team (2-2) saw Syracuse (7-2) power its way back into the game to take the contest, 11-10.
Racing at the J. Stewart Walker Sailing Complex, the two Crimson boats competing in the regatta combined for 157 points. Harvard finished fourth of 14 teams, behind No. 3 Georgetown, No. 13 Vermont, and No. 1 Yale.
In its season opener, the women's lacrosse team put together an offensive effort good enough to tally its first win of the season.
A week before the Ivy League Championships, a contingent of Harvard swimmers competed at the Ohio State Winter Invite this weekend, earning 11 top-three finishes against local Ohio teams.
After dropping two games to Wagner and Princeton on Saturday, the Crimson brought its record back over .500 with victories over Villanova and Iona on Sunday.
The 49th Super Bowl is about ready to kick off.
The Crimson split its matches over the weekend, defeating No. 45 DePaul but falling to No. 12 Vanderbilt at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend in Nashville, TN.
Junior Michael Mocco and Patrick Hogan led the Harvard wrestling team as it concluded the tournament portion of its regular season schedule on Saturday at the Franklin and Marshall Open in Lancaster, Pa.
Harvard finished six seconds ahead of the No. 10 Huskies, winning its 17th consecutive Smith Cup in open-water fashion.
Harvard began Saturday's doubleheader with a win over Yale, 6-2, but could not keep up play in the second game, falling to the Bulldogs, 8-2.
Despite a strong game from freshman attacker Megan Hennessey, who had two goals and four draw controls, Harvard could not keep up with the fast paced Orange offense.