"It looked like they were having a good row," Coach Harry Parker said. "It looked reasonably close between Yale and Princeton."
Harvard also fielded a boat in the heavyweight fours.
Parker said the heavyweight fours "seemed reasonably pleased with their race" after finishing the course in sixth place with a time of 17:16.11.
On Saturday, Harvard's boat in the club eight event placed first with a time of 16:20.80.
But with the championship season in the spring, Harvard isn't fretting over Sunday's mixed results.
"The good news is that we have lots of time," Holzapfel said. "Our important race comes in June. We've just got to collectively go for it in the spring."
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