Alex L. Saich
When the Harvard softball team takes the field against Yale in its annual divisional matchup this weekend, the team will find itself in a drastically different situation than it was in last year.
Freshman Haley Davis’ first college home run was a walk-off grand slam that put the game away for Harvard softball (11-17, 4-4 Ivy) in the second game of the team’s doubleheader against Cornell (14-16, 4-4 Ivy) on Saturday.
Now, with the noticeable void left behind by Brown and fellow ace Laura Ricciardone, the rest of the squad will have to rebuild around a new collection of pitchers.
The focus around campus might be on the men’s basketball team’s return to the Big Dance, but there’s a more obscure Crimson team that also finds itself on the eve of a national tournament—one that most students probably didn’t even know existed. The Harvard men’s cricket club will be competing for the Chanderpaul Trophy in the American College Cricket National Championships this coming weekend. The championships bring together 28 of the best teams from around the country to Fort Lauderdale at the site of the only sanctioned international cricket grounds in the United States.
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The No. 28 Crimson started off the season in strong fashion with victories in nine doubles matches and 18 of its 20 singles matches throughout the weekend.
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But the trend would not continue this year, as Dempsey led her team to its first victory over Cornell in her career.
The Harvard women's ice hockey team bested Cornell and Colgate over the weekend.
The Harvard women’s squash team has a lot to live up to this season. The Crimson is coming off both an Ivy and national championship and is ranked No. 1 in the CSA preseason polls. But Harvard did not disappoint in its season opener, winning 9-0 against Boston College on Friday at the MIT Round Robin Tournament.
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For a small group of varsity soccer players, the start of summer meant the opportunity to travel halfway around the world in the hopes of uplifting the local populace through teaching them the game of soccer.
Inevitably, there are those procrastinators out there still looking for costume ideas, and the Crimson is here to help with some last-minute Harvard-sports themed getup suggestions.
Harvard and Yale have competed for more than two centuries in dozens of sporting events, but never in cricket. Last Saturday the two teams met to play the first cricket Game in history.
No. 8 Northeastern (9-2, 2-1 CAA) was able to hold onto its lead and beat the Crimson (3-7, 1-2 Ivy) Wednesday night at Jordan Field.
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