On paper, it was an impressive weekend for the Harvard men’s soccer team. But, in reality, it was much more than that.
The No. 15 Harvard men’s volleyball team will go into the EIVA playoffs in two weeks riding the momentum of a win, but the team’s final weekend of the regular season was far from its best, as the Crimson split its New Jersey roadtrip to NJIT and Rutgers-Newark.
But after Harvard started 2-0 in University Park, Pa., the Nittany Lions came roaring back into the match, tying the game at two before taking the decisive fifth game.
Harvard (16-3, 8-2 EIVA) will have to overcome stiff challenges from the two teams flanking the Crimson in the EIVA rankings.
In front of his friends and family, Matt Jones did what he has done for all four of his years at Harvard: score.
After a series of errors gave away the second set, the Harvard men’s volleyball team had seemingly lost all of the momentum it had earned in its first-game victory. But after a lengthy locker room meeting, the Crimson refocused and turned on the jets, cruising to a 3-1 victory against Rutgers-Newark in front of a raucous crowd at the Malkin Athletic Center Friday night.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team had some early hiccups, but recovered to take control of the match, as it downed conference foe Rutgers-Newark, 3-1.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team may have been playing on a new coast, but the Crimson didn’t miss a beat. Returning to the East after a three-game West-Coast trip, the Crimson continued its winning ways, dropping conference rival Sacred Heart in a 3-1 victory at the Pitt Center in Fairfield, Conn., on Saturday.
By clinching at least a share of the Ivy League Basketball title this past weekend, Harvard became the fifth school ...
The Crimson is looking for its second individual national title in three years.
The Harvard women's squash team picked up its second national championship in three years on Sunday, topping Yale 8-1.
The Harvard women’s hockey team survived a late scare, but was able to hold on against Princeton in the opening game of the ECAC playoffs, earning a 5-3 victory Friday evening at the Bright Hockey Center.
Two weeks ago, the Harvard women’s squash team got the win that eluded it all last season. This weekend, the Crimson is coming back for more.
With many teams starting theirs seasons and other hitting the championship grind, The Back Page decided to check in on how the teams are comparing with each other in this busy weekend in Harvard Athletics.
After getting swept by No. 5 Penn State on Friday evening, Harvard came out firing in hopes of avoiding a home sweep of conference games this weekend.
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