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Squaring Up
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Squaring Up

Sophomore Erica Oosterhout, pictured here in Sunday's match against Penn, won both of her singles matches on the weekend to give Harvard a share of the Ivy League title for the first time since 2009.

Squaring Up
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Women's Tennis Shares Ivy Championship with Cornell, Dartmouth

With a chance to win the title outright, Harvard fell to Penn, 4-3, on Sunday. The Crimson will share the championship with Cornell and Dartmouth, with the Big Green receiving the conference’s automatic NCAA Tournament bid by virtue of its victory over the Quakers (11-9, 4-3) on Saturday.

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Women's Tennis Splits Ivy Matches in New York

Harvard split its weekend road contests with its Ivy League foes from the Empire State. The Crimson has a chance to win the Ivy League with two wins against Penn and Princeton next weekend.

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Women's Tennis Stays Unbeaten in Ivy Play

The Crimson remained unbeaten in conference play with a pair of 4-3 wins, edging out Brown on Friday indoors in Providence before topping archrival Yale outside at the Beren Tennis Center two days later.

It Takes Two
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It Takes Two

Captain June Lee and sophomore Erica Oosterhout, pictured here against Bryant, fell in doubles action but both picked up singles win in the Crimson's 4-3 win over Dartmouth on Sunday.

It Takes Two
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Women's Tennis Wins First Ivy Opener Since 2012

Before Sunday, the last time that the Harvard women’s tennis team had won its Ivy League opener sophomore Erica Oosterhout was a freshman in high school. Oosterhout played a major role in ending the streak as the Crimson topped No. 44 Dartmouth in a hotly contested showdown at the Murr Center on Sunday.

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Women's Tennis Falls Narrowly to No. 41 William and Mary

The narrow 4-3 defeat was the team’s third consecutive loss to the Tribe (8-9, 2-1 Colonial Athletic Association) and cut short the Crimson’s eight-match win streak.

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Women's Tennis Sweeps Stony Brook, Providence

The Harvard women’s tennis team kicked off spring break with a pair of wins, as the Crimson triumphed over both Stony Brook and Providence at the Murr Center on March 11.

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Women's Tennis Cleans Up in California, Pushes Win Streak to Eight

While the weather in southern California was uncharacteristically cool during the Harvard women’s tennis team’s trip to the region, the squad’s red-hot play made up for it. The Crimson won all three matches, each of which was played outdoor under the California sun, to push its win streak to eight.

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Women's Tennis Beats St. John's, Bryant

The victories over the Red Storm, a team that has already beaten Yale and DePaul, and Bulldogs pushed the Crimson’s win streak to three as the team prepares for its final two matches before a spring break trip to Santa Barbara, Calif. Irene Lu led the charge for Harvard, winning both of her singles matches on the day.

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Women's Tennis Stomps BU

Following a split with Ivy League foes Cornell and Brown at last weekend’s ECAC Championships, the Harvard women’s tennis team ran away with a 6-1 win over Boston University on Saturday morning at the Murr Center.

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Women's Tennis Splits Matches at ECAC Championships

The opponents that the Harvard women’s tennis team faced at last weekend’s ECAC Championships were familiar ones for the Crimson. Harvard was paired with Cornell and Brown in the two-day tournament held at the Murr Center. The Crimson split its matches, edging the Big Red on Saturday before falling to the Bears the next day.

Hometown Heros
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Hometown Heros

Captain June Lee leads the tennis team to an undefeated weekend against Rhode Island, Georgetown, and Boston College in the team’s first home match up of the season.

Hometown Heros
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Athlete of the Week: June Lee Leads Tennis to 3-0 Weekend

Playing its first matches of 2017 at the Murr Center, the women's tennis team picked up its first three victories of the season, stymieing Boston College, Georgetown, and Rhode Island over the weekend. Captain June Lee, junior Annika Ringblom, and freshman Irene Lu all won three singles matches over the two days. For her performance, Lee is The Crimson’s Athlete of the Week.

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