Women's Softball versus Dartmouth. Player 12 - Ellen Macadam
Junior infielder Ellen McAdam, shown here in earlier action, had a field day against Holy Cross yesterday, spearheading the Crimson offense with a 5-for-7, 4-RBI performance in the doubleheader.
Sophomore Ellen Macadam led an offensive resurgence for the Crimson yesterday, helping her team with a two-run homer in the third inning to push Harvard’s advantage to 5-0. The Crimson put six runs on the board but could not stop BC, which enjoyed a walk-
At the top of the lineup, sophomore Emily Henderson paced Harvard to a sweep over Ivy League rival Penn. The outfielder went 4-8 and scored two runs in the doubleheader. The Crimson won 3-1 and 5-2.
Senior forward Emma Moretzsohn turned in a solid performance in her final Ivy League contest, but it wasn’t enough to bring Harvard its third consecutive league title. The Crimson fell to rival Dartmouth, 64-51.
Sophomore pitcher Dana Roberts threw five innings in the first game of the series, giving up just five hits while striking out three and giving up three runs. Roberts, however, took the loss, as the Crimson managed just two runs.
The heavyweight rowers took all five of their races on the weekend to claim the Rowlands Cup, Allen-DeWolfe Trophy, and the Beanpot Title. Each squad also donned pink to support the Susan G. Komen foundation.
Students and research associates speak in Sever Hall yesterday about China and Human Rights as part of a panel that was moderated by Jacqueline Bhabha, director of the University Committee on Human Rights Studies.
Radcliffe crew notched seven wins in Saturday’s races, but tough competition made every race a close, hard-fought battle.
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