Harvard's women's tennis team began its fall season in style yesterday afternoon with a 9-0 thrashing of Boston College. Tiina Bougas paced the Crimson in singles with a7-5, 6-1 victory over BC's top seed, Bernie Diaz. Meanwhile, freshmen Elizabeth Evans, Debbie Kaufman, and Deanne Loonin showed plenty of promise as they coasted to straight-set victories in the second, fourth and fifth positions, respectively. Veterans, Erica Schulman and Kristen Mertz also scored easy wins to complete the Harvard singles sweep. The doubles matches all went to Harvard in straight sets as well.
Women's Field Hockey v. UNH, 3 p.m., Soldier's Field
Women's Varsity Soccer at Springfield, 3 p.m.
Men's Cross Country v. Columbia, Penn at Columbia
Because of drainage at Blodgett Pool, the Men's Water Polo match versus Stanford was postponed to Saturday night at Brown University.
Women's Volleyball v. Wheaton--cancelled
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