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Doubles Trouble
Women's Tennis

Doubles Trouble

Harvard women's tennis, shown here in earlier action against Yale, has emphasized the importance of doubles wins. This weekend, however, the team dropped seven of nine such matches.

Doubles Trouble
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Rookies Headline Women's Tennis at Yale Bulldog Invite

Over multiple days at the Yale Bulldog Invite, this squadron of fresh faces competed against Brown, UMass Amherst, and Stony Brook, posting a 1-2 record in the event.

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Women's Tennis Takes One of Three Matches Over First Weekend Home Series

In its first home matches of the fall season, the Harvard women’s tennis team faced three competitors: Boston University, Boston College, and Ivy League rival Yale. After claiming a close victory in the first match of the weekend against the Terriers on Friday at the Beren Tennis Center, the Crimson was unable to best either of its weekend opponents, resulting in a 1-2 weekend performance.

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Women's Tennis Holds Its Own Against Top Competitors in Season Opener

Returning six members from last year’s No. 55 ranked squad, the Harvard women’s tennis team began the 2016-2017 campaign with decent performances across the board against the likes of the University of California Berkeley, Oklahoma State, and Georgia Tech.

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Women's Tennis Beats Yale, Falls to Brown

The No. 58 Harvard women’s tennis team finished the weekend with a win and then a loss against Ancient Eight opponents No. 69 Yale and No. 72 Brown, respectively.

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Women's Tennis Splits Weekend Against Penn, Princeton

After recovering from a loss on Saturday to Penn (7-5, 2-2 Ivy League), the No. 63 Harvard women’s tennis team (11-9, 1-3) came back with a thrilling win against No. 61 Princeton, 4-3.

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Women's Tennis Drops Pair of Home Ivy Matches

Despite a five-match winning streak that spanned spring break, the Harvard women’s tennis team (10-8, 0-2 Ivy) fell to Cornell (12-7, 1-2 Ivy) and Columbia (13-4, 3-0 Ivy) this past weekend at home. Its recent success in California over the break included victories against multiple non-Ivy teams—Providence, Rhode Island, Loyola Marymount, UCSB, and Fresno State. However, the Crimson was unable to carry the momentum home for its first two Ancient Eight matches.

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Women's Tennis Sweeps Three Matches on California Trip

​The Harvard women’s tennis team ended its spring break in Los Angeles with a win over a ranked opponent to cap off an impressive run. The Crimson swept its three games this weekend to remain undefeated in March, extending its win streak to five games.

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BRIEF: Women's Tennis Dominates Providence, URI

​The Harvard women’s tennis team enjoyed a successful weekend against Providence and Rhode Island, claiming 7-0 wins in both contests.

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Women's Tennis Winless Against William and Mary, Old Dominion

The Harvard Women’s tennis team dropped both matches this weekend against William and Mary and Old Dominion. After last weekend’s sweep of BU, Maryland, and Marist, the Crimson stumbled to two loses in two days down in Virginia: 5-2 against the Tribe, and 4-2 against the Blue.

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Women's Tennis Sweeps Three-Match Weekend at Home

The Crimson swept Boston University, Maryland, and Marist at home this weekend.

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Women's Tennis Finds Success at ECAC Tournament

Facing off against fellow Ivy foes, the Harvard women's tennis team tacked on its first two wins of the 2016 season.

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Women's Tennis Falls Short Against Boston College

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.

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Women's Tennis Goes Down In Season Opener

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.

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Women's Tennis Sweeps in Final Invite of Semester

At the Harvard Invitational, the Crimson defeated Syracuse, Pittsburgh, and Boston University—all by 4-3 scores.