The Harvard men’s squash team (9-6, 3-3 Ivy) sent seven players to Dartmouth this weekend for the CSA individual championships. Contrary to the Crimson’s high expectations, it found most of its victories in consolation play.
The Crimson track and field teams impressed at both the ECAC and IC4A championships, setting two school records, one in each competition.
On Senior Night for the Harvard men’s hockey team, it was the seniors, fittingly, who led the way.
After a close victory over Springfield Monday night at Malkin Athletic Center, the Harvard men’s volleyball team (6-1, 0-0 EIVA Hay) has matched its best start since 2000.
Fans of the Harvard women’s basketball team held their breath Friday night as they witnessed Princeton pull ahead toward the end of the second half in a matchup between two Ivy League unbeatens.