Ready to pick up where it left off after defeating Dartmouth, 17-9, last weekend, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team secured its second Ivy League victory in a row with an 8-2 win over Brown on Saturday at Harvard Stadium.
Last weekend, a disallowed goal in the last minute of a close game handed the Harvard women’s lacrosse team a one-point loss against No. 10/11 Princeton. This Saturday, the Crimson looks to rebound as it faces Ivy League rival Dartmouth at Harvard Stadium.
Harvard (5-5, 1-1 Ivy) falls back to .500 with four games to go this season, all in conference. The Wednesday night matchup against Albany marks its final midweek tilt. Albany (6-2, 2-0 America East), meanwhile, was able to extend Its winning streak to three with the victory over the Crimson.
Wrapping up its first month of spring competition, the Harvard sailing team competed in three regattas over the weekend–two local races, the NEISA/MAISA Team Race at Boston College and the BU Team Race Invitational, as well as the Friis Trophy Team Race in Connecticut.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team welcomed the Holy Names Hawks from Oakland, California to the Malkin Athletic Center for the first ever meeting on Friday evening. Despite comfortable wins in the first two sets, a nail-biter third set was necessary for Harvard to take down the Hawks, 3-0.