Junior Alyssa Mehta lunges for a shot against Princeton last year.
After facing a 7-2 loss to No. 1 Trinity earlier in the season, Harvard got another crack at their opponent in the National Championship match Sunday. The Crimson would ultimately fall 5-4.
Co-captain Alexander Kerfoot ‘17 looks up at the scoreboard as Boston University players celebrate behind him following a 4-3 Terrier victory in double-OT at the 2015 Beanpot. The two sides will meet again in this year's championship game.
Junior Madhav Dhingra lost his match in straight sets, 11-9, 11-3, 12-10, on Wednesday, and he was one of five Crimson to walk off the court empty-handed againt No. 2 Trinity. The nail-biting defeat, Harvard’s first of the season, drops the Crimson to No. 2 in the rankings and pushes Trinity up to the No. 1 spot.
Pictured above, defenseman Wiley Sherman will look to anchor the Crimson’s defense against Northeasern. The last time these two sides met in the first round of the Beanpot, Harvard lost to the Huskies 6-0.
Harvard has lost eight straight Beanpot openers, including this double-overtime heartbreaker to Boston University in 2015.
Harvard and Northeastern last meet in the consolation game of the 2016 Beanpot, as shown here, where the Huskies won, 5-1.
The Crimson women’s squash team last suffered defeat more than two years ago. The date was Jan. 11, 2015. The final score was a tight 5-4. Since then, Harvard has won two national championships and seems poised to claim a third. Through five games so far, the women are still undefeated.
Junior Sue Ann Young reaches for a shot in a home matchup last season.
Junior Bradley Smith readies to smack the ball in competition against Trinity.
Harvard will look for its first win over BU since 2014, when it knocked off the No. 1 Terriers in their own building.
Devin Tringale, shown in action a season ago, scored the game-winning goal against Princeton on Friday.
The Harvard Men's Soccer team during a game vs. Yale in 2012
This weekend the men's and women's cross country teams will take on the rest of Ivy League competition at the Heptagonal Championships.
Last season then-sophomore Christian Sady earned an All-Ivy honorable mention. But yesterday against Seattle, the midfielder and the rest of his teammates failed to produce a goal as the Crimson fell, 1-0.