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The winner of Friday night's Harvard-Yale game will clinch a share of the Ancient Eight title. The Bulldogs and Brown stand in the way of the Crimson's fourth straight trip to the Big Dance.
Last weekend was a big one for the Harvard men and women’s track and field teams, as the women provided a performance to remember, taking home a third straight Ivy League title, while the men gritted out a fifth-place finish at the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships.
Competing at home in front of a packed building, the women were able to defend their title for the second year in a row and claim the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships for the fifth time in program history.
Senior Amanda Sobhy, the top-ranked player in the country, became the second player in history to win her fourth Ramsay Cup title as the individual national champion of collegiate squash on Sunday.
The Crimson scored just 21 points in the first half Friday and never led in the second half of a 57-49 defeat to the Big Red. The loss drops Harvard (19-6, 9-2 Ivy) back into a tie with Yale for first in the Ivy League.
Max Everson and the Harvard men's hockey team are approaching the final weekend of the regular season with a playoff mentality.
Harvard coach Tommy Amaker's squad is in a much different place than it was a month ago.
Facing off against Yale in a best-of-three playoff series, the No. 4/4 Crimson looks to build off a successful regular season and move further into the postseason.
Harvard took the ice on Monday having brought up the rear in 11 of the 20 latest iterations of the annual tournament. In the consolation game of a Beanpot that has been anything but traditional, history held serve, as the No. 9/10 Eagles skated away with a 3-2 come-from-behind victory at TD Garden.
Despite trailing by as many as 12 points early on, the Crimson stormed back to beat Princeton on Friday, 63-55, to take command of the Ancient Eight standings.
With two weekends left in the ECAC season, Harvard will look to recapture its early season success when it travels to New York’s North Country to face No. 20/- St. Lawrence and Clarkson this weekend.
After the Quakers cut their deficit to six midway through the second half, the Crimson responded with a 12-0 run en route to its seventh consecutive conference victory.
Harvard will have to navigate a league brimming with talent in order to defend its conference title.
In a season that has had it all, there has only been one thing missing: the fans.
The No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team (13-1, 3-1 Ivy) brought home the Howe Cup as the national champion after defeating No. 3 Trinity (17-2), 7-2, at the Barnaby Courts in the Murr Center on Sunday.