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After the Harvard men’s and women’s track and field squads earned fourth-place finishes at last weekend’s Heptagonal Championships, the Crimson finished in the top 10 again this weekend at the Intercollegiate Association of Amateur Athletes of America Championship Meet and the Eastern College Athletic Conference Championship Meet.
In the final meet of the indoor regular season for the Harvard track and field team, one thing became very clear: Princeton is yet again a force to be reckoned with.
The Crimson men finished with 191 points, 34.5 more than second-place Northeastern, while the women earned 196 points on the day, besting BU by 20.
The invitational, which was held at the Armory Track and Field Center in New York, N.Y., featured 17 teams, including Harvard’s conference rivals Princeton, Columbia, and Cornell. The Crimson men’s team finished third overall at the meet, scoring 98.5 points, while the women’s squad earned fourth place with 99 points.
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The Crimson squads turned in solid performances against their regional foes at the University of Buffalo’s Audubon Golf Course. The men finished in 15th place, while the women raced to a 14th-place finish.
The Crimson men finished in seventh place with a total of 184 points. The Harvard women raced to a sixth place finish, scoring 129 points.
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The Crimson men turned in an impressive ninth place finish, and the women’s squad finished 14th in a deep field that included four of the nation’s ten top-ranked teams.
The men’s squad earned a first-place finish, while the women fell to both the Tigers and Bulldogs at Boston’s Franklin Park.