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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

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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

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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,

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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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

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K.C. Smith

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

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Carmen Ilacqua

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

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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

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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

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GILL FENERTY

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

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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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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina

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Land of Fog

Adventures in Separation and Spain
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Adventures in Separation and Spain