Harvard finished third in the annual H-Y-P match.
The Crimson will look to build on a seventh-place finish while it rehabilitates from injuries.
The women’s golf team often was not able to practice outdoors this spring due to weather conditions, but that didn’t stop the group from putting in a strong showing at the Ivy League Championships, where it finished second.
In New Jersey, the No. 6 Radcliffe lightweight crew faced tough competition from other top teams in the Knecht Cup.
After two big wins this past weekend, the Crimson are now 8-2 in the friendly confines of the Malkin Athletic Center. For comparison, the team is 3-7 on the road and 0-2 in neutral site contests.
Sophomore southpaw JT Bernard looks for a sign from his catcher as he prepares to uncork a heater against Boston College in last year's Beanpot.
Senior Garrett Rupp delivers a pitch during last season's rain-shortened Beanpot.
Pictured throwing prior to last season's beanpot, sophomore Chad Minato—also a California native—hails from Huntington Beach.
Last season, infielder John Fallon hit three home runs with a .787 OPS.
Harvard recorded its largest margin of victory of the season on Wednesday night, prevailing by eight runs over Holy Cross.
Harvard kicked off their season in South Carolina over the weekend at the Clemson Invitational.
The Harvard men’s golf team flew south to greener pastures to kick off their Spring 2018 season.
Co-captain Maddy Kaplan, pictured here last year against Princeton, is hitting .467 on the season (28-for-60).
Junior shortstop Rhianna Rich, shown here last year against Princeton, is this week's Ivy League Player of the Week.
Harvard women's tennis sits at 4-7 this spring. The team has won two of its five home matches.