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Not This Time
Baseball

Not This Time

Junior pitcher Kevin Rex left in the second inning of Harvard’s Beanpot consolation matchup with UMass—a contest that the Minutemen eventually won, 6-2. Prior to Wednesday, the Crimson had previously beaten UMass in both of their two meetings this year.

Shutting the Door
Softball

Shutting the Door

After freshman Sarah Smith left the mound in the middle of a fifth-inning jam on Thursday, junior Taylor Cabe, pictured in action last March, provided 3.2 innings of relief, allowing one run and striking out five.

Taylor's Tenth
Softball

Taylor's Tenth

Star junior pitcher Taylor Cabe picked up her tenth victory of the season in the second game against Penn as the Crimson swept Colubmia and the Quakers to improve its conference record to 6-2. With the results, Harvard claimed second place in the Ancient Eight behind Ivy leader Dartmouth.

Beanpot Battle
Baseball

Beanpot Battle

Senior second baseman Mitch Klug, shown above in the 2015 Beanpot, was hit by a pitch in Wednesday’s matchup.

O' Canada
Women's Ice Hockey

O' Canada

Ex-Harvard captain Emerance Maschmeyer allowed just four goals over 191 minutes of ice time at IIHF Women’s World Championships. Manning the net for Team Canada, she made 68 saves in two contests against the United States.

Qualified
Track and Cross Country

Qualified

Senior Autumne Franklin, shown (second from right) after a race while still an underclassman, qualified for the Olympic Trials with a 56.81 second time in the 400 meter hurdles at the Florida Relays this weekend.

Complete Cabe
Softball

Complete Cabe

In her junior campaign, pitcher Taylor Cabe, shown in previous action against Rhode Island, has shown marked improvement—going from a 4.12 ERA during her sophomore season to just 2.85 in 2016. Cabe gave up just one run in 14 innings of work this weekend against Cornell and Princeton.

Split Decisions
Softball

Split Decisions

Despite strong pitching performances by junior Taylor Cabe and co-captain Morgan Groom, Harvard split doubleheaders against Cornell and Princeton on Friday and Saturday, respectively. The Crimson, shown in previous action against Rhode Island, scored 16 runs on the weekend.

Shortstop Swing
Baseball

Shortstop Swing

Junior shortstop Drew Reid drove in a run on Wednesday, but it was not enough, as the Crimson fell to Holy Cross, 11-4.

Well Groomed
Softball

Well Groomed

Harvard co-captain Morgan Groom, pictured on the mound last year against Boston University, allowed just one run over 14 innings pitched against Yale this weekend.

Hendrix Live
Women's Water Polo

Hendrix Live

Senior attacker Charlotte Hendrix, shown here in earlier action against Princeton, contributed to an attack that claimed a dramatic victory over Hartwick with a score with 1:17 remaining. However, the theatrics were only necessary after Harvard built an early 5-1 lead and allowed the Hawks to deadlock the game at 10-10.

Homeward Bound
Men's Ice Hockey

Homeward Bound

Junior Devin Tringale will likely get a chance to play an NCAA tournament game in his home state of Massachusetts tonight against Boston College.

Command from the Hill
Baseball

Command from the Hill

Nick Gruener's complete game led the Crimson over Army, 5-3.

Klug's Career Contest
Baseball

Klug's Career Contest

Senior Mitch Klug went 5-for-5 in the series opener as part of a 6-for-9 effort in two games against the Black Knights.

Sherman Out
Men's Ice Hockey

Sherman Out

Sophomore defenseman Wiley Sherman (25) will not play tonight for the Crimson.