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Columbia yesterday beat the Harvard women's fencing team, 14-2.
The Crimson then lost to Fairleigh-Dickinson, 10-6. The defeats dropped the Crimson's record to 3-3.
The Harvard men's fencing team's seven-match undefeated streak came to an abrupt end yesterday as they fell to Columbia, 16-11, at Levien Gymnasium in New York, N.Y.
After losing to Columbia, the fencers topped St. John's, 19-8. The triumph left the Crimson record at 81 at the end of the day.
The Crimson plays perhaps its biggest match of the year this afternoon at Pennsylvania.
Men's hockey at Cornell (WHRB, 95.3 FM, 7:20 p.m.)
Men's fencing at Pennsylvania
Men's swimming at Army
Men's track vs. Boston College, ITT, 12 p.m.
Men's wrestling at Worcester Polytechnic, New Hampshire and New York University.
Women's basketball at Maine
Women's fencing at Pennsylvania
Women's hockey vs. Cornell, Bright Center, 2 p.m.
Women's squash vs. Bowdoin, Hemenway Gym, 2 p.m.
Women's track vs. Boston College, ITT, 12 p.m.
Men's basketball vs. St. Michael's, Briggs Athletic Center, 1 p.m. (WHRB)
Men's hockey at Colgate
Women's swimming vs. Penn State, Blodgett Pool, 12 p.m.
Columbia 16, men's fencing 11
Men's fencing 19, St. John's 8
Columbia 14, women's fencing 2
Fairleigh-Dickinson 10, women's fencing 6.
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