This past weekend at the annual HYP meet, hosted this year by Yale, the Crimson handily topped the Bulldogs, 217-83, but lost to the Tigers, 207-93.
Both the Harvard men and women’s swimming and diving teams will put their perfect season records on the line this weekend against Princeton and Yale, when the Crimson squads travel to New Haven, Conn. to wrap up regular season action with the annual HYP meet.
It doesn’t take many guesses to figure out what the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team resolved to accomplish in the new year: capturing an Ivy League title that remained elusive last season.
The Crimson swam away with four new school records and a sixth-place finish in the meet with 261 points overall at the Georgia Invitational.
Women's swimming swept Cornell and Dartmouth in its season opener, setting six pool records in the process.
Entering this weekend’s ITA Northeast Regional Championships in Hanover, N.H., tennis junior co-captain Holly Cao had no reason to doubt her ability to post another top performance.
As Wakulich has developed a respect for the teamwork and patience in his academic studies, he has also cultivated these values rowing for the Crimson.
At the outset of the 2009-10 season, expectations were high for Harvard women’s swimming and diving. The defending Ivy League champions had their eyes on a repeat performance.
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The Crimson men's lacrosse team (6-5, 2-3 Ivy) toppled the Tigers (9-3, 4-1) for the first time in nearly 20 years.
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Coming into its weekend matches against Brown and Yale, the Harvard women’s tennis team found itself at a critical juncture in its season.
The past few weeks have not been without their share of challenges for the Black and White—which included the team falling out of the national rankings—but Radcliffe came out on Saturday looking to turn around its season.
Radcliffe (0-3) dropped each of its five races, allowing the undefeated Tigers (6-0) to cruise to another cup win. Princeton handily clinched the Varsity Eight, Second Varsity Eight, and Varsity Four contests, crossing the finish line at 6:51.9, 6:58.0, and 8:00.6, respectively
The lightweight team raised its first trophy of the season, decisively blanking the Hoyas, but the heavyweight squad emerged from its dual season’s first regatta on a less auspicious note, losing to Brown.