This weekend at the Ivy Plus Tournament, the strategy for the Harvard men’s tennis team was to divide and conquer. With players taking on seven matches throughout the three-day event, the team had several standout performances in the first Ivy League play of the season.
This weekend, the No. 48 Harvard men’s tennis team extended its winning streak to four, hosting Yale on Friday and traveling to Brown on Sunday. With its 4-2 in-conference record, the Crimson ranks fourth in the Ivy League.
For a chance at redemption against the Lions and to start its conference season on a strong note, Harvard will need to learn from its otherwise rocky season and harness the momentum from its past three victories.
After a three-week break, the No. 49 Harvard men’s tennis team (10-8) returned to the courts this past weekend in San Diego, CA., for the Hilton San Diego Mission Valley Spring Classic. Harvard ended the weekend with two losses and a decisive victory on Sunday against San Diego State.
For its last race of the regular season, the Harvard Alpine and Nordic ski team traveled to Middlebury, Vt., to compete in the NCAA Regional Championships this weekend. Racing against a competitive field of US Ski Team and World Cup racers, the Crimson capped off its regular season several season-best performances with its sixth consecutive top-10 finish.
This past weekend, the No. 32 Harvard men’s tennis team hosted St. John’s, No.15 Northwestern, and Bryant. After suffering a close loss to St. John’s on Friday, the Crimson fell 7-0 to Northwestern before sweeping Bryant, 7-0, to end the weekend with a win.
After dropping its first match of the weekend to No. 37 Memphis 6-1 on Friday, No. 32 Harvard men’s tennis team returned to the courts with a vengeance on Sunday to take on No. 27 Vanderbilt in Nashville, Tenn.