With a third of the roster sidelined in total, the Crimson tripped to Farmingdale, New York, and teed off at the annual Doc Gimmler tournament. Able to field just four players instead of the typical five, the team would limp to a 10th-place finish in its first competitive tournament this year.
This weekend appeared to be a golden opportunity for a three-peat, as the team was tied for first entering the final day of play, but it was not to be. Harvard slipped to a third place finish after a difficult final round.
After a difficult start to the spring season at the Furman Invitational two weeks back, the Harvard Men’s golf swapped South Carolina for New Jersey, stumbling to a seventh-place finish at the Princeton Invitational.
The men’s golf team started its spring season off at the Furman Intercollegiate Tournament in Greensboro, S.C., finishing 15th out of 21 teams. Fellow Ivy competitors Dartmouth and Yale both finished above the Crimson.
In its second competition of the fall season, the Harvard men’s golf team finished third at the Quechee Club Collegiate Chall with strong performances from multiple players. The current Ivy League champions finished with 586 points, behind rivals Princeton (571 points), and winners Drexel (570) – hosts Dartmouth finished 8th out of 14.
The men's golf team defended its title as Ivy League champions by topping the seven other Ancient Eight squads over the three-day tournament in Greenwich, Conn.
After finishing 6th out of 21 teams at the Furman Invitational last week with a score of two under par, the Harvard nen’s Golf team ended this weekend in second place at the Princeton Invitational, beating out all Ivy League competition and only falling behind a strong Seton Hall squad.
Taking on No. 2 Lynn University over the break, the Harvard men's golf team fell to their opponent 4.5 to 3.5 in the first match up of the season.
The No. 58 Harvard women’s tennis team finished the weekend with a win and then a loss against Ancient Eight opponents No. 69 Yale and No. 72 Brown, respectively.
After recovering from a loss on Saturday to Penn (7-5, 2-2 Ivy League), the No. 63 Harvard women’s tennis team (11-9, 1-3) came back with a thrilling win against No. 61 Princeton, 4-3.
The Harvard women’s tennis team ended its spring break in Los Angeles with a win over a ranked opponent to cap off an impressive run. The Crimson swept its three games this weekend to remain undefeated in March, extending its win streak to five games.
The Harvard women’s tennis team enjoyed a successful weekend against Providence and Rhode Island, claiming 7-0 wins in both contests.
The Harvard Women’s tennis team dropped both matches this weekend against William and Mary and Old Dominion. After last weekend’s sweep of BU, Maryland, and Marist, the Crimson stumbled to two loses in two days down in Virginia: 5-2 against the Tribe, and 4-2 against the Blue.
The Crimson swept Boston University, Maryland, and Marist at home this weekend.
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