In its final tune-up before EIWA action begins, Harvard fell to all three opponents it faced in Pittsburgh.
The Crimson faced a challenge holding their own against some of the nation’s top ranked competitors.
The Crimson’s rookie wrestlers continued to make their presence known this weekend as the team took the mats at the Keystone Invitational.
Four Crimson athletes made it to the semifinal round of this weekend's invite.
With the end of their seasons on the line, three Crimson athletes managed to extend competition another two weeks at the EIWA Championships. In addition, senior Devon Gobbo captured an EIWA title at 165 lbs., becoming the 22nd Harvard wrestler to complete the feat.
The Crimson handled Hofstra (5-12) in commanding fashion, registering a 34-15 win over the Pride.
The Crimson bounced back from two tough losses last weekend to restart its winning streak, topping Brown and Roger Williams, 25-10 and 38-3, respectively, on the Bears’ home turf.
Harvard wrestling was unable to extend its win streak this weekend at home, dropping back to back contests to Ivy League foes Princeton and Penn at the Malkin Athletic Center.
With a winning streak, and a chance at redemption on the line, the Crimson brought the heat into the Lions’ den to notch the victory, 22-14.
The Harvard wrestling team took on the odds at Las Vegas’s Cliff Keen Invitational this weekend, with three members of the squad, Todd Preston, Nick Gajdzik, and Devon Gobbo, cashing out their chips for top-10 finishes.
Harvard wrestling returned to action for its second tournament of the season on Sunday at the Keystone Classic, where Todd Preston, Josef Johnson, and Nick Gajdsik all earned top-three individual finishes.
It was a disappointing Friday night for Harvard wrestling, as the squad dropped its final home meet of the season to Columbia at the Malkin Athletic Center, 27-12. With this loss, the Crimson moves on to a 3-8 overall record on the year.
The Crimson (3-7, 1-6 EIWA) notched consecutive wins over Brown and Johnson and Wales, nabbing its first conference victory in the process.
Harvard wrestling saw a tough road trip this past weekend, as the squad fell to Lehigh as well as Ivy League foes Princeton and Penn. Injuries continue to plague the Crimson as it goes into its last leg of dual-meet season.
For the Harvard wrestling team, injuries proved to be too much of an obstacle in its match against Bucknell at the Malkin Athletic Center Sunday, as the Bison, who are undefeated in the EIWA, stampeded past Harvard, 26-9.
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