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Netwomen Fly, 7-2

The Harvard women's tennis team tamed the Princeton Tigers in Princeton, N.J., on Wednesday, 7-2, to boost its Ivy record

Netwomen Blank Red, Orange

Back to back matches. In the middle of Reading Period. In New York. The Harvard women's tennis team didn't let

Netwomen Throttle Pennsylvania, 9-0

The Harvard women's tennis team crushed Pennsylvania, 9-0, yesterday afternoon at Palmer Dixon Courts. The netwomen lost only two sets,

Netwomen Come Home, End 1-5 West Coast Skid

Sun and heat. The perfect Spring Break ingredients--unless you are a member of the Harvard women's tennis team and haven't

Women's Tennis Team Looks to Hold Onto Title; Netwomen to Take Spring Break in California Sun

Spring Break in California, compliments of the Harvard Athletic Department. All you need is a tennis racket. And the skill

Hot Racquetwomen Ease By Chilly Big Green, 9-0

It was cold outside and inside. The Crimson totally outplayed its opponent, recording a 9-0 shut-out. No, it wasn't an

Racquetwomen Advance

The top four members of the Harvard women's squash team--Diana Edge, Ingrid Boyum, Marty Winnick and Lucy Miller--played in the

Racquetwomen Repelled in Howe Quest

Seven Division I squash teams gathered at Yale to take part in the Howe Cup tournament this past weekend. Harvard's

Aquamen Make Waves; Torpedo Brown, 83-49

The Harvard men's swimming team notched a resounding 74-39 victory over Brown last night at Blodgett Pool in front of

K.C. Smith

The Game. It meant a great deal to a great number of people--players, coaches, fans, students. Hype, excitement and anticipation

Carmen Ilacqua

For Yale football Captain Carmen Ilacqua, actions speak louder than words. While many team captains are very verbal leaders, Ilacqua

Scott Takes Singles Title, Engle-Scott Fly at Rolex

The Harvard men's tennis team dominated this weekend's Rolex Intercollegiate Tennis Championship at Princeton. With resounding victories in both the

Huskies Down Spikers In Season Finale

The Harvard women's volleyball team closed out its regular season schedule last night, falling to a far more powerful Northeastern

GILL FENERTY

The crowd at Fitton Field in Worcester will be waiting for something spectacular to happen Saturday. And when the fans

Seven Spikers Struggle; Bruins Top Crimson, 3-0

The Harvard women's volleyball team should have stayed at home Saturday--it would have avoided the long trek to Providence, and

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