On senior day at Soldiers Field, the Crimson (16-7, 8-4 Ivy) won both games on walk-off hits—the first called after the 5th because of the mercy rule—beating Yale (8-26, 3-9), 12-3 and 5-3.
Freshman pitcher Jamie Halula’s journey has only just begun.
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A comeback stopped short in the final inning of the first game fueled the Harvard softball team’s domination in its second contest of the day. The Crimson split Friday afternoon’s double-header against Princeton at Soldiers Field but outscored the Tigers, 12-7.
Three big innings for Penn doomed the Harvard softball team to back-to-back losses in its Ivy opener on Friday.
After dropping the first game of a two-game series at Syracuse (11-14), the Crimson (5-12) went into the bottom of the inning looking to hold the Orange scoreless and emerge with the win. But a leadoff walk put the tying runner on base, and a sacrifice fly sent the game into the tenth.
This time last year, the Arizona men’s basketball team had just fallen to Bucknell on its home court in the first round of the NIT.
History will call it a blowout.
SALT LAKE CITY—The Harvard men’s basketball team surprised many by being back at EnergySolutions Arena on Friday for a press conference and closed practice.
SALT LAKE CITY—Though the Harvard men’s basketball team was 2,500 miles away from Cambridge on Thursday night, familiar chants of “I believe that we will win” filled Energy Solutions Arena as the clock wound down.
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SALT LAKE CITY—The Harvard men’s basketball team felt the absence of point guard Corbin Miller when it travelled to Miller’s hometown for the second round of the NCAA tournament.
With just over 24 hours to go until its second round NCAA Tournament matchup with No. 3 New Mexico, the No. 14 Crimson joined seven other West Region teams in an afternoon of press conferences and preparation.
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