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The Harvard tennis team traveled to Princeton's Jadwin gym last night with visions of reproducing last year's upset over the Tigers, but came away on the wrong end of an 8-1 tally.
The loss ended any hope the Crimson had for repeating as Eastern League champion, as it ensured the undefeated Tigers sole possession of the title.
The racquetmen crowned a 10-1 league performance last year with a 5-4 upset over Princeton at the Palmer Dixon courts. This year, through, the Tigers were ready, and they dropped Harvard's record to 4-2 in league competition.
No individual scores were available last night.
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