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.
The Crimson finished the two-day tournament, which was hosted by St. John’s and held at Bethpage Red Course, at four-under par 836, which was 16 strokes behind the winner Yale’s 820.
The Harvard men’s tennis team just wrapped up its first tournament of the season this weekend, but the Crimson already looks a lot like last season’s Ivy League-winning team.
Harvard men’s tennis team will commence its Ivy League title defense this weekend when it hosts the Harvard Chowder Fest at the Beren Center.
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The No. 21 Harvard men’s tennis team’s strong season drew to a close on Saturday when it fell, 4-1, to No. 10 Mississippi State in the second round of the 2013 NCAA Men’s Tennis Tournament.
The Harvard men’s tennis team has withstood the rigors of the Ivy League season, but it will face a new challenge on Friday when it takes on No. 67 Samford in the first round of the NCAA Men’s Tennis Tournament.