Cordelia F Mendez
It all came down to the wire.
The Harvard women’s lacrosse team was unable to open its Ivy League season on a high note as it fell to Cornell, 17-12, on Saturday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field in Ithaca.
The Harvard women’s basketball team continued to scale the Ivy League rankings, taking down Penn, 67-54, on Saturday night at Lavietes Pavilion.
The Crimson (21-5-3, 17-3-2 ECAC), which last won an Ancient Eight championship in 2009, will split the conference title with Cornell.
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Despite a nine-point half-time lead, the Harvard women’s basketball team let Yale tie up the score twice in the second half en route to Crimson victory, 69-66, Saturday night at Lavietes Pavilion.
Last weekend saw the Harvard men's basketball team sweep the killer P's, Penn and Princeton, at home at Lavietes Pavilion in one of the most important weekends of their year. The Crimson, now 7-1 in the Ivy League, sits alone at the top of conference standings with just under half the season left to play. Princeton, a game and a half behind, holds an Ancient Eight record of 5-2, having dropped Saturday's game to Harvard a week after their 21-game league win streak at Jadwin Gymnasium was broken by Yale. So what's next in the world of Ivy hoops? Flyby's resident Crimson sports expert is here to give you what you need to know about our team going forward.
A second-half deficit of 15 points proved too much to overcome as the Harvard women’s basketball team fell to the University of Pennsylvania at the Palestra on Friday night. The Crimson had not lost to the Quakers on the road since 2001 and had held a 17-game win streak against its Ivy foes prior to Friday’s loss.
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The third-ranked Harvard men’s squash team will have to wait another year to try its hand in a regular-season contest against No. 1 Trinity College.
On Tuesday night at Matthews Arena, after a full week off, the No. 5 Crimson team delivered and served a 3-0 shutout to No. 3 Boston University.
In just two periods of play, Harvard women’s ice hockey goaltender Emerence Maschmeyer had already set a new personal best. Through 30 minutes of play, the freshman had made 25 saves against No. 2 Boston College in the first round of the Beanpot on Tuesday. The No. 5 Crimson went on to lose the contest, 2-1, to the Eagles at Matthews Arena.
Twenty-eight was the number of the night as Harvard men’s volleyball team hitters Nick Madden and Branden Clemens combined for that many kills in a 3-1 victory.