The Harvard women’s tennis team is still waiting on its first victory of the season after a nail-biting loss against cross-town rival Boston College.
In a close match, the Crimson was unable to come back from a 3-1 deficit, falling at the hands of Ivy rival Cornell, 4-3.
At the Harvard Invitational, the Crimson defeated Syracuse, Pittsburgh, and Boston University—all by 4-3 scores.
Four members of the Harvard women’s tennis team traveled to Dartmouth for the three-day Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Northeast Regional Championships this weekend. Two Crimson players picked up victories, with sophomore Nikki Kallenberg leading the way with three.
Following a weekend off, the Harvard women’s tennis team traveled to New Haven for the three-day Bulldog Invite in the team’s first trip to Yale since last fall’s Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s Regional Championships.
Roommates, best friends, and teammates. Sophomores Nikki Kallenberg and Annika Ringblom satisfy all those descriptions, but for one, hard-fought match, they met as opponents in the championship match of the Brown Invitational top singles flight.
Harvard second-years Annika Ringblom and Ellen Jang-Milsten finished atop their respective singles brackets at the annual Harvard Fall Classic.
On Friday, the Harvard women’s tennis team kicks off the year with the Harvard Fall Classic, a three-day tournament at the Beren Tennis Center featuring players from Harvard, Boston College, Columbia, Connecticut, Wake Forest, and Yale.
The Harvard women’s tennis team was unable to pick up its first Ivy League win of the season in its final opportunity Saturday against Dartmouth.
The Crimson fell by a score of 4-3 to both the Bulldogs and the Bears this weekend.
The Harvard women’s tennis team hosted its first two Ivy League matches of the 2015 campaign this weekend. But the friendly confines of the Beren Tennis Center provided the Crimson with the same results as last weekend.
The No. 54 Harvard women’s tennis team opened its Ivy League slate with two losses this weekend, falling to Cornell on Friday and No. 65 Columbia on Saturday.
The Harvard women’s tennis team wrapped up its nonconference schedule with a 4-3 victory over Boston University on Saturday afternoon at the Murr Center.
The No. 40 Crimson (6-5) fell to the No. 31 Long Beach 49ers (10-3, 4-1 Big West), 4-3, for its first loss since a defeat at Maryland exactly a month prior.