Sophomore attacker Shayna Price, shown above in earlier action, finished with two goals and six assists in the Harvard women’s water polo team’s wins over Mercyhurst and George Wahsington on Saturday. The victories gave Harvard the No. 2 seed in the CWPA Southern Division Championships.
Co-captain Melanie Baskind, shown above in earlier action, turned in her best offensive performance of the season on Saturday afternoon during the Crimson’s matchup with No. 2 Syracuse, finishing with three goals and two assists. But Baskind’s performance was not enough, as the Crimson fell, 10-6.
The Harvard men’s first varsity eight, shown above, finished its race in 5:49.9, a comfortable 23.2 seconds ahead of Delaware. In its first spring contest, the Crimson topped the Blue Hens in all four races on Saturday.
Junior midfielder Danielle Tetreault, shown here in earlier action, scored Harvard’s winning goal in sudden-death overtime against the Dukes Tuesday afternoon. The non-conference win was an important rebound for the Crimson, which lost to Ivy-rival Cornell last Saturday.
Junior midfield Micaela Cyr paced the Harvard women’s lacrosse team with three goals in the Crimson’s 12-6 loss to Cornell on Saturday. Cyr missed much of last season with a torn ACL but has rebounded strongly in the opening of 2012. She tallied four scores in the team’s opening two games.
Sophomore opposite hitter Nick Madden, shown above in previous action, tallied 14 kills and four blocks, both game highs, as the Harvard men’s volleyball team rolled to a 3-0 victory over Sacred Heart on Saturday.