Weis was recognized for her performance this year by receiving an honorable mention to the All-Ivy team.
The Harvard women's lacrosse team fell to Penn in the semifinals of the Ivy League tournament on Friday.
The Harvard women’s lacrosse team (9-6, 5-2 Ivy) used a six-goal second half to down No. 10 Dartmouth (10-4, 5-2), 7-5, on Friday night at Harvard Stadium.
Co-captain Melanie Baskind led a balanced offensive effort for the Crimson, tallying her fourth hattrick of the season and 12th of her career.
The early deficit was too much for the Crimson (4-6, 1-2 Ivy) to overcome, falling to Virginia (9-4, 2-2 ACC), 12-6, at Klockner Stadium in Charlottesville, Va.
After taking a commanding lead, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team weathered a furious second-half run by Yale, holding on for a 7-5 victory.
The No. 8 Harvard women’s hockey couldn’t solve the Saints on Friday night, falling in a 2-1 overtime loss in the semifinal of the ECAC tournament.
The Big Red closed the game with a fury, putting away seven goals in the last 18 minutes to secure a 12-6 victory on Saturday at Soldiers Field Lacrosse Stadium.
The No. 19 Harvard women’s lacrosse team opens the 2011-2012 season against Boston University on Saturday at Soldiers Field Stadium Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium.
Sophomore Lyndsey Fry led the charge for the Harvard women’s hockey team with a four-goal performance en route to a 4-0 victory over Yale on Saturday at Bright Hockey Center.
The No. 8 Harvard women’s hockey team (18-8-1, 15-4-1 ECAC) closed out an undefeated weekend with a 1-0 victory over Union (4-24-4, 2-16-2) Saturday night thanks to the strong play of junior goalie Laura Bellamy who recorded 24 saves in the shutout.
The No. 8 Harvard women’s hockey team (17-8-1, 14-4-1 ECAC) defeated Rensselaer (8-19-2, 5-12-4) on Friday by a score of 4-2 at the Houston Field House in Troy, N.Y.
The No. 7/8 Harvard women’s hockey team rode a dominant second period to an easy 10-1 victory over Princeton on Saturday at the Bright Hockey Center.
The No. 7/8 Harvard women’s hockey team lost, 5-2, to Boston University on Tuesday at the Walter Brown Arena in Boston, Massachusetts.
The Harvard field hockey team (7-6, 3-2 Ivy) fell out of first place in the Ivy League standings with a heartbreaking loss on Saturday to Princeton (7-7, 4-1).
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