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The Harvard men's volleyball team won 14 consecutive games over 11 hours as the Crimson breezed through the New England Open at MIT Saturday. The spikers clearly outmatched their opponents, and Harvard dominated throughout the tournament.
Yale alone dropped four games to the Crimson; in two of the four contests, Eli starters fell to the Harvard second string. Only Dartmouth could mount an effective resistance, but the Crimson edged the Big Green in the tournament final, 15-12, 16-14.
Co-captains Tom Houlihan and Brad Martin set well on the day, but the team wasn't generally at its best. Then again, it didn't have to be.
San Antonio 171, Milwaukee 166, 3 OT
Atlanta 112, New Jersey 92
Detroit 115, New York 111
Kansas City 124, Chicago 122, OT
Indiana 108, Dallas 106
Denver 147, Cleveland 127
Seattle 144, San Diego 106
NCAA basketball tournament, top seeds:
East regional; North Carolina
Mideast regional; Virgina
West regional; Georgetown
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