B. Marjorie Gullick
The Harvard women's water polo team extended its winning streak to five with three wins over the weekend.
Softball grabbed a pair of wins on Friday against Columbia.
The Harvard softball team bounced back to sweep Princeton on Saturday at the Class of 1895 Field in Princeton, N.J.
Although inclement weather forced two cancellations, the Harvard softball team (10-4) went 2-1 in the San Diego State University Tournament, taking down the host, San Diego State, and Long Beach State.
As the Crimson men’s basketball team anxiously awaited its destiny in the result of the Ivy title determining Penn-Princeton match, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team (2-1, 0-1 Ivy) took its fate in its own hands, earning a double-overtime victory over No. 13 James Madison (3-2) Tuesday afternoon.
Since the beginning of their Harvard careers, this season’s seniors—Jane Alexander, Rachel Brown, Eve Rosenbaum, Whitney Shaw, and Marika Zumbro—have set their sights and met ever-higher goals. And they’re looking to make 2012 no exception.
After a strong 5-3 win against Princeton on Friday, the No. 8 Harvard women’s hockey team topped the Tigers again the following day, completing a two-game sweep over Princeton in the ECAC quarterfinals with a 4-3 overtime victory Saturday afternoon at Bright Hockey Center.
After three straight losses at home, the Harvard women’s hockey team is ready for a chance to regain its early-season momentum.
Even with all eyes turned to New Haven, the No. 10 Harvard women’s hockey team (4-1, 4-1 ECAC) claimed not just one, but two dominant wins this weekend.
It was on odd reversal of history on Friday night for the Harvard women’s volleyball team. Just over two weeks after defeating Columbia, 3-0, the Crimson (11-10, 4-7 Ivy) fell to the Lions (14-7, 8-3 Ivy) tonight in straight sets, 25-19, 25-22, and 25-20.
Despite a record-breaking performance from co-captain Christine Wu, the Harvard women’s volleyball team (11-11, 4-8 Ivy) was unable to break ...
It was a weekend of ups and downs for the Harvard women’s volleyball team (11-9, 4-6 Ivy), which earned a ...
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Despite the festivities for Harvard’s 375th birthday, its women’s volleyball team could not take part in the celebration.
The winning streak ended on Saturday night for the Harvard women’s volleyball team (9-6, 2-3 Ivy), who fell to the undefeated Yale Bulldogs (11-4, 5-0) in straight sets.
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