The Harvard women’s golf team looked on as the men’s team dominated the field at the Ryan T. Lee Memorial to open the season. One week later, the women teed off at the Dartmouth Invitational to start their own campaign. The result: even more Crimson dominance.
This past weekend the Harvard men’s golf team opened up its campaign in spectacular fashion at the Ryan T. Lee Memorial in Simsbury, Conn. Even though it was the group’s inaugural appearance at the event, it dominated the field en route to its first tournament win since the 2017 Ivy League Championship.
Wang’s 72.92 stroke average through 13 rounds of golf led the way for Harvard. She also was the only one in the group to card two scores in the 60’s.
Women's Golf will head to NCAA Regionals after capturing the Ivy League Title.
In a busy weekend for Harvard golf, the women’s team continued its recent dominance of the Ivy League. The group captured its sixth Ivy League Championship in the last eight years, bringing the program’s tally to eight titles overall.
The 2019 Masters Tournament was one that will go down in history. This past weekend the world’s best golfers convened on Augusta, Ga. for arguably the sport’s biggest event.
The men’s and women’s teams both traveled to Princeton, N.J. for the Princeton Invitational and Matchplay Madness events, respectively.
The Harvard women’s golf team had a strong showing at the Harvard Invitational in Winter Garden, Fla. to open up its 2019 spring season.
Golf played its first match of the spring season over the weekend, with this year's season starting two weeks prior to the traditional season opener.
The Men's and Women's Golf teams look to improve on impressive showings in 2018.
Ngozi Musa, a senior from Seattle, Wash., captains the women’s track and field team and competes in the sprints. This weekend we received an in-depth look at her routine as she prepared for the Penn Dual Meet at Gordon Indoor Track on Sunday.
On Friday night, Zerter-Gossage’s assist and goal helped the Crimson secure a 4-1 victory.
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The Crimson always seemed to be one step ahead of La Salle on Wednesday night, trouncing the Explorers, 86-43, at Lavietes Pavilion.
In late August, the Harvard field hockey team was gearing up to open its season against the University of New Hampshire. At that time, the squad had no way of knowing that it was about to embark on what would be one of the most successful campaigns in program history.
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