The Harvard men's swimming and diving team (7-0, 5-0 Ivy) continued its undefeated start to the season by defeating Ivy League rivals Brown and Penn in Providence.
The 2014 season was full of major accomplishments for the Crimson. But this year, with an abundance of new faces, Harvard looks to do something it could not do last season—return to the EIVA finals.
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team has started 2015 the same way it ended 2014. With a win.
Just 2.2 seconds separated the Harvard women’s basketball team from a tough two-point loss and a chance to complete its second-half comeback in overtime, but the clock ran out on its chance at victory.
Harvard diver Mike Mosca finished fifth in the three-meter synchronized dive alongside UNC sophomore Jack Nyquist at the U.S. Diving Winter National Championships this Sunday in Columbus, Ohio.
The Harvard men's water polo team fell to Brown in the CWPA Northern Division championship game, but 2014 was an important year for the Crimson program.
Harvard tested its skills against national opponents in Texas and Georgia, and it certainly proved to be a worthy competitor.
The Crimson claimed victory in its first meet of the season, earning nine first-place finishes to top the Big Red, 169-131, and the Big Green, 246-54, at Blodgett Pool.
It may not have come out on top at the end of the day, but the Harvard men’s water polo team had a lot to be pleased with this weekend.
Though they are now focused on the political arena, Massachusetts’s Governor-elect Charlie Baker ’79 and Attorney General-elect Maura Healey ’92 have past experience in a different type of arena—the basketball arena.
To say the Harvard men’s water polo team’s loss to Brown on Sunday morning was close would be an understatement.
Despite coming away with a win in its second game of the weekend after losing to No. 13 Brown in the first, Harvard struggled on the defensive end and came away unsatisfied with its results.
The Harvard men’s water polo team (12-4, 3-2 CWPA) dominated the pool this weekend, winning all five of its west-coast games over the course of three days.
This year, Harvard looks to capitalize on the momentum from the second half of the 2013 campaign.
At the end of the 2012-2013 season, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team was hungry for more. But in 2014, the Crimson finally reached the top.