The Harvard women’s lacrosse team (7-7, 3-3 Ivy League) came up with a decisive 12-1 victory against UMass Lowell (0-16) on its home turf Tuesday night to even its record to .500 heading into the end of regular season play.
Sophomore Marisa Romeo scored four goals as Harvard raced out to an 8-0 lead Tuesday night in a 12-4 victory over the visiting Crusaders.
Even though sophomore attack Marisa Romeo tallied her highest point total of the season, the Crimson could not get past the Eagles.
Although it currently stands with a .500 record at 4-4, the Harvard women’s lacrosse squad has sharpened a young team into a mature squad ready to dive into Ivy League play because of its tough schedule.
In its second Ivy League game of the season, Harvard (3-3, 1-1 Ivy) fell to No. 13 Princeton (6-1, 2-0), 17-12, on Saturday afternoon in Princeton, NJ.
Two sophomore players notched hat-tricks for Harvard in the 17-5 Crimson win.
After heading into halftime down a single goal, Harvard capitalized on a second period momentum swing to edge out Columbia by four goals, 13-9, to notch its first Ivy League win.
Harvard fell to No. 8 Virginia in Charlottesville, Va., on Tuesday night. Although the teams headed into halftime tied, 5-5, the Cavaliers outscored the Crimson 8-4 in the second frame to clinch the victory, 13-9.
In its season opener, the women's lacrosse team put together an offensive effort good enough to tally its first win of the season.
After coming off of a rocky series against Yale, the Harvard baseball team secured the Beanpot Championship against UMass for the first time in nine years.
On a windy day in April 2013, the Harvard baseball team took the field against Princeton in the rubber game of a doubleheader. The Crimson had decisively lost the first contest to the Tigers, 13-1, and was looking to bounce back to split the series at O’Donnell Field. What ensued was wilder than anyone could have imagined.
Although the Harvard baseball team heads into Ivy League play with a losing record, the Crimson has clinched more victories in fewer games this season as compared to this time last year.
The trip to Winter Haven followed a similar three-day stint in Greenville, S.C., when Harvard dropped its first two contests but tallied a victory in its final game against North Dakota State.
A stalemate between the Harvard women’s soccer team and BU ended the Crimson’s six game winning streak at Nickerson Field Tuesday night.
With a stacked recruiting class and returning lead scorer junior Meg Casscells-Hamby, Harvard promised a positive start to the season—heading winless into its fifth game was definitely not part of the game plan.