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Tetreault’s Five Scores Lead Crimson to Late Victory

In last season’s matchup against Brown, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team fought back from a seven-goal deficit but was unable to finish the comeback, falling, 11-10. This year, Crimson sophomore midfielder Danielle Tetreault made sure that history didn’t repeat itself.

Crimson, Tigers Trade Losses

Battling frigid temperatures and strong winds, the Harvard softball team split its doubleheader with Princeton on Friday at Soldiers Field.

Cao Leads Spring Squad

When women’s tennis junior co-captain Holly Cao went to play in her first-ever tournament, she was a bit underprepared. “I went to the state tournament not really knowing the rules of tennis,” Cao said. “So my opponent had to tell me what to do—like where to stand and where to serve. I had no idea what the scoring system was…and I didn’t know that I was supposed to switch sides after two games.”

Harvard Finishes Fourth in Ivy Test

Dealing with damp spots from the previous day’s precipitation along with strong gusts, the Harvard men’s golf team managed to defeat both Dartmouth and host Yale and will itself to a fourth-place overall finish at the Yale Spring Opener in New Haven, Conn.

Crimson Takes Down Defenseless Bulldogs with Ease

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team executed so well during its 19-3 dismantling of Yale on Saturday afternoon at Harvard Stadium that labeling the game film a highlight reel would be an understatement.

Panel Optimistic for Recovery in Japan

At a Harvard Kennedy School panel on the recent Japanese earthquake and subsequent problems at the Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant last night, panelists were mostly optimistic about Japan’s response in the wake of the disaster.

Faust Receives National Humanities Honor

University President Drew G. Faust has been named the 2011 Jefferson Lecturer in the Humanities by the National Endowment for the Humanities, according to a press release published Monday.