International recruits Paolo Belloni-Urso and Cornelius Bencsik have played fewer than 10 games, but they've made a lasting impression.
In rainy and slightly colder than normal temperatures, the Harvard men’s and women’s heavyweight and lightweight crew teams got back to work for the spring season, hitting the water for early morning races this past Saturday.
As the saying goes, all good things must come to an end. The Harvard women’s squash team sent five players to Stamford, Conn., over the weekend to compete in the CSA Individual Championships this pas weekend. The team, which had had a dominant, undefeated season, came away with neither the Ramsay Cup nor the Holleran Cup.
Not only did the Crimson finish the season as the only team in the nation to boast an undefeated record, it also brought home the Howe Cup for the second consecutive season after triumphs over three of the nation’s top programs.
The No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team brought the excitement and energy to the Murr Center in its season opener, defeating No. 9 Stanford, 8-1, for the 11th-straight time at the Boston Round-Robins.
The Harvard men’s lightweight team brought the holiday spirit to Lake Carnegie, where it looked to improve on its strong performance in the Head of the Charles. The team traveled to Princeton, N.J., to avenge its loss to Princeton in the Princeton 3-Mile Chase
No. 3 Harvard women's squash extended their four game winning streak by upsetting previously undefeated No.1 Trinity.
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