As a part of our For Love or the Game series, we asked Kelly Bauer a handful of questions and then posed the same ones to Nick Jaroszewicz and Greer Rosenbaum to see who knew her better. The results were worthy of a photo-finish.
Coming off a string of three losses at last weekend’s Princeton Invitational, the Harvard men’s water polo team rebounded in its return to Cambridge and home-pool play, recording two wins and one loss at the North-South Challenge.
Coming off a string of three losses at last weekend’s Princeton Invitational, Harvard men’s water polo rebounded in its return to Cambridge and home-pool play, recording two wins and one loss at the North-South Challenge.
As classes pick up, so do many of Harvard’s 41 varsity sports, meaning Cambridge will be hosting plenty of contentious ...
For the last three seasons, the Harvard men’s water polo team had missed out on the CWPA Eastern Championship. The season-ending tournament had been just out of reach for this year’s senior class, but they were determined to make this year different.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team may have finished the season ranked 15th in the country, but some of the squad’s standout players put up numbers that ranked even higher in the individual standings. One of those was senior Matt Jones.
Going 18-6 overall and 10-4 in conference play, the Crimson racked up the program’s most wins in two decades and the third-most in history.
“He doesn’t say a lot during games, but when he does, it makes an impact,”
The Crimson faced a tall task going into the weekend.
Following a loss in the second half of a Saturday’s doubleheader against the Lions, Harvard was swept by Penn, 7-0 and 8-5, on Sunday.
Despite being first to light up the scoreboard in five of its last six matchups, the Crimson failed to pick up its second win of the year in the latter two-thirds of its spring-break road trip.
After going 9-36 on the 2011 season, 5-15 in the Ivy League, and 1-10 in its first two weeks of play last year, the Crimson has nowhere to go but up. But according to the squad’s veteran coach of 16 years, that isn’t much of a concern.
After suffering its first loss of the season to George Mason on Friday, the Harvard men’s volleyball team got back on track Saturday afternoon, defeating Princeton in a three-game sweep that was much more contentious than the final score might suggest. The Tigers (2-3, 1-1 EIVA) gave the home team a run for its money at the end of every game, but Harvard (6-1, 1-1) came away with the 3-0 win at the Malkin Athletic Center.
There’s something to be said about a conference of well-matched opponents.