Steven T. A. Roach
After two months without match play, the Harvard tennis team didn’t show any rust this weekend, putting on a nearly perfect display at the Harvard Winter Invite. The Crimson hosted Fordham and Marist from Friday through Sunday at the Murr Tennis Center, and Harvard won 22 out of 26 matches in singles play and 10 out of 12 doubles matches.
Despite opening its dual season with a 3-1 record, Harvard (4-3, 1-1 EIWA) went 1-2 at Saturday’s Lone Star Duals in Grand Prairie, Texas, sandwiching its 27-12 win against Air Force between its two losses to Appalachian State and No. 12 Oklahoma, 22-21 and 28-9, respectively.
In its first action of 2012, the Harvard wrestling team defeated Rider, 22-15, but fell to No. 24 Rutgers in a lopsided 33-12 contest on Friday in East Brunswick, N.J.
Four Crimson wrestlers finished with an 4-9 overall record at the 49th Annual Ken Kraft Midlands Championship, held Wednesday through Thursday in Evanston, Ill. Junior Steven Keith nabbed Harvard’s top result of eighth place at 133 pounds.
Taking on some of the best talent in the nation, two Harvard wrestlers earned their spots in the top eight of their respective weight classes this weekend at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational.
On Sunday the Harvard wrestling team competed at the Keystone Classic in Philadelphia, Penn., where the squad’s top performers showed ...
The Harvard wrestling team competed at the Binghamton Open Sunday in Binghamton, N.Y., and five Crimson wrestlers displayed impressive form ...
The Harvard men’s tennis team closed out its fall season with a strong showing at the William & Mary Invitational ...
He has arguably had the most successful career as a Harvard wrestler. And now he’s back for more.
They may be new to the Harvard men’s tennis squad, but the Crimson’s freshmen have demonstrated that their lack of ...
For the Harvard wrestling team, it was sophomore co-captain Walter Peppelman who stepped into the spotlight in a big way this season, despite the squad’s overall lack of success.
Just as top players such as Novak Djokovic and Andy Murray have struggled against the dominant forces of Rafael Nadal and Roger Federer in the past, the Harvard tennis team’s best was not enough to defeat its toughest Ivy League opponents.
For the past several years, the Harvard wrestling team has struggled, but a few of the squad’s standouts have salvaged the season by performing successfully on an individual basis. This season was no different.
As the school year comes to a close, many Harvard athletic teams are competing in some of their most important ...
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