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Sophomore Corrine Bain led the Crimson to its first Ancient Eight title since 2004 and was an unanimous first team All-Ivy League selection.
On the volleyball court, liberos play a very important position despite the fact they are not always the stars of the show.
Sophomore setter Corie Bain nabbed Ivy League First Team honors in 2014 after pacing the Ancient Eight in service aces per set.
The Ivy League was no longer for the Bulldogs’ taking. The Crimson was now in on the fight.
The First Team All-Ivy setter has demolished the Harvard and Ivy League record books in just two seasons.
Junior outside hitter Kathleen Wallace registered two hits to fight off game point, but Yale prevailed to advance to the NCAA tournament.
They did it once. They did it twice. But ultimately, three times was just too much.
The Crimson dropped only one set on the weekend to clinch a share of the Ancient Eight title, finishing off Columbia in straight sets on Friday and ending the regular season with a 3-1 win against Cornell on Saturday.
Sophomore Corinne Bain, shown above, registered 11 kills in Harvard’s October victory over Cornell. Wins over Columbia and Cornell this weekend will preserve the Crimson’s Ivy title hopes.
Riding a nine-game winning streak, Harvard enters the final weekend of its regular season schedule tied with Yale atop the Ancient Eight standings.
The Harvard women's volleyball team earned a pair of 3-2 victories this weekend over conference rivals Penn and Princeton.
Despite late game drama, Harvard's nine-game winning streak and Ivy championship hopes are alive.
While you may have been keeping up with their stats, you may have missed some of Harvard’s athlete’s most entertaining tweets.
With the Harvard women’s volleyball team (15-4, 8-2 Ivy) playing its games on Halloween last weekend, sophomore setter Corinne Bain didn’t need to dress up for the matchups— she is already a monster on the court.