Softball Wins Series Against Brown, 2-1

This past weekend, the Harvard softball team (12-12, 3-5 EIVA) traveled to Providence, R.I. to play a three-game road series against Brown. The Crimson swept Saturday’s doubleheader, but then lost on Sunday, finishing the weekend 2-1. The successful trip improved the Crimson’s conference record as it attempted to defend its  2023 Ivy League title.

Softball Splits Double-Header With Dartmouth, 1-1

On Friday afternoon, the Harvard softball team (10-11, 1-4 EIVA) played at Soldiers Field for the first time this season in a double-header against Dartmouth. The Crimson won the first game, but the reigning Ivy League champs couldn’t keep the momentum going and fell to Dartmouth in the second game. The scheduled third game of the series was canceled due to inclement weather, and will now take place on Tuesday, April 9.


Outgoing head coach of Harvard softball, Jenny Allard, prepares for a game against Yale this 2023 season. Allard, leaving Harvard after 28 seasons, will become the softball head coach at the University of Pittsburgh.

Harvard Softball Batters Brown Bears, Dials in for Midseason Matchups

The Harvard softball team has had a busy week. A three-game sweep over Brown this past weekend and a doubleheader against Massachusetts neighbor Merrimack have bolstered the Crimson’s confidence as they wade through the depths of midseason play.

A Partridge in a Pear Tri-na

Then-junior Trina Hoang waits on base in Harvard's 2022 series against the University of Pennsylvania. Just as in 2022, the Crimson recently swept the Quakers in another three-game series.

Harvard Softball to Play Brown After 4-2 Ivy Start to Season

Early in the Ivy League season, the Harvard softball team has an 11-9-1 overall record on the season paired with a 4-2 conference record. It has finished two Ivy series so far where it swept the University of Pennsylvania and went 1-2 against Brown, though losing both games only by one run.

Harvard Softball Out for Revenge, Ready to Reclaim Ivy League Title

After falling to Princeton in the 2022 Ivy League Softball Championship, the Crimson is ready to reclaim their lost title. The Harvard softball team was ranked second behind the Princeton Tigers in the 2023 Ivy League Preseason Poll, and this second place ranking may be the motivation the Crimson need to upset predictions and defeat the reigning champions.

Winding Up

Then-junior Brianna Jewett goes through her windup against BU on April 5, 2022. Jewett will serve as one of Harvard's captains in 2023.

Softball Snags Two Wins in Road Series Against Brown to Remain in Conference Title Contention

Harvard softball left Providence, R.I., with a pair of wins under its belt after a three-game clash against Brown this past weekend. The Crimson traveled south to face the Bears after a Covid-19 outbreak resulted in a cancellation of its Cornell series the previous weekend.

Long Bomb Hoang

Junior infielder/outfielder Trina Hoang races out of the box during an 8-2 victory over Penn on April 9, 2022. This past weekend, Hoang helped the Crimson to a 2-1 series victory over Brown that kept it in contention for a conference title.

Shining Jewett

Junior pitcher/first baseman Brianna Jewett prepares to pitch in a 5-0 loss to Boston University on April 5. The Crimson's two losses stalled the momentum it gained from a sweep over the weekend against Columbia.

Reign of Terrier

A Harvard player slides into third base during a 5-0 loss to Boston University on April 5. Despite falling to the Terriers, the Crimson has been on a hot streak as of late.

Softball Sweeps Columbia on the Road, Moves into Second in Conference Standings

Despite a sluggish start against out-of-conference opponents, Harvard softball (12-15, 6-3 Ivy) remains in the hunt for the 2022 Ivy League Championship this spring. The team is heating up, most recently with its three-game sweep over Columbia this past weekend, which moved it to second place in the conference standings.

Softball Takes on Spring Break Competition Coast-To-Coast

Ten games, nine days, two coasts, and one Ivy League rivalry later, Harvard softball had a whirlwind of a spring break. Jetting off to California to start a non-stop onslaught of competition, Harvard (8-11, 2-1 Ivy) competed in the UCR/CBU Classic against the University of North Dakota (10-22), California Baptist University (18-16), and Saint Mary’s College (11-10).

After 727 Days, Softball Returns with 3-2 Record at Hatter Classic

After 727 days away from spring competition, Harvard Softball (3-2) has returned in full force, competing in five games over three days from Feb. 25 to Feb. 27 at the Hatter Classic in DeLand, Florida.


Then-junior Isabelle Haugh follows through after her swing in an 11-1 victory over Columbia on May 11, 2019. That victory gave the Crimson an Ivy League title, which it will hope to replicate this year in its return to action.

A Celebratory Shower

The Crimson advance to the NCAA Tournament for the second straight season.

Softball Takes Home Outright Ivy League Title

In April, Coach Jenny Allard lauded the Crimson (23-17, 16-5 Ivy) for “not having as many quality at bats as we’d like” and “giving pitches away”; last weekend, the team blew those fears out of the water, clinching their second straight Ivy League Title on Saturday and taking the trophy outright on Sunday.

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