The Crimson extended its winning streak to five this weekend and moved into a tie for second place in the Ivy League after sweeping Brown and Yale.
In his 38th season as a Harvard head coach, Dave Fish '72 is the brains behind an Ivy League tennis dynasty.
The No. 34 Crimson had an uneven road trip, getting blanked by surging Columbia, 7-0, on Saturday, before turning things around against Cornell Sunday afternoon.
The No. 30 Crimson outlasted the Red Storm, overcoming a slow start to capture its seventh win in eight all-time matchups against St. Johns.
Last season, the Harvard men’s tennis team took home the title at the Mission Valley Spring Classic, defeating the Drake Bulldogs. This year, Drake returned the favor.
In its final matches before its annual spring break trip, the Harvard men’s tennis team was in top form, besting Michigan State, 5-2, and downing Bryant, 6-1, on Saturday at the Murr Center.
The No. 24 Crimson displayed poise in finishing off a 4-3 win against No. 29 Northwestern and dominance in a 6-1 margin over the Terriers, while coming up short against No. 22 Memphis.
After starting its spring season with two losses, the Harvard men’s tennis team (2-2) turned things around, defeating both No. 39 Minnesota (4-4) and No. 34 Tulsa (6-4) on the road.
In Mississippi, the No. 26 Harvard men's tennis team lost to No. 13 Mississippi State, 4-3, before falling to No. 18 South Carolina, 4-0 at the ITA Kickoff Weekend.
The Harvard men’s tennis team closed its fall season on a high note this weekend, placing two singles players and a doubles team on the all-tournament team at the Tribe Invitational.
The Harvard men’s tennis team performed well in its final home contest of the fall season this weekend, as it hosted the Harvard Halloween Invite at the Murr Center.
The Harvard men’s tennis team posted a strong showing against its Ivy League rivals as it continued its fall season at the ITA Northeast Regional in New Haven.
The Harvard men’s tennis team traveled down South this weekend to take on some top teams as it continued its fall season at the Texas A&M Conference Challenge in College Station, Texas.
At this weekend’s tournament, Harvard got its first look at its Ancient Eight competition this year, with the exception of Princeton, which finished tied for second in the conference last season.
Harvard (2-7) fell Sunday to Johns Hopkins, 11-9, and George Washington, 11-6, to round out the weekend. Harvard defeated a split-squad Navy team, 13-10, and fell to host Princeton, 14-7, on Saturday in the first day of action.