Riding a five-game winning streak entering this past weekend, the Harvard women’s volleyball team continued rolling against Ivy League competition as it overcame Cornell on Friday night and Columbia on Saturday in front of two capacity crowds at the Malkin Athletic Center.
The Crimson’s five-person team placed seventh out of a field of 14 teams, shooting 35 over par across three rounds in two days. The Crimson rounded out the top half of the leaderboard, finishing two strokes behind sixth-place Seton Hall and 11 strokes up on eighth-place Yale.
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