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Men's Tennis Sweeps BU, Michigan State to Advance to Sweet 16

No. 12 seed Harvard men’s tennis (22-6, 6-1 Ivy) opened up play in the NCAA tournament with two dominant wins on its homecourt, packed with energized fans on chilly afternoons. After beating Boston University’s team, the Crimson wasted no time in punching its ticket to the top-16 the next day against No. 21 Michigan State. The Crimson, advancing to 15-0 on home court, looked poised and collected while dropping no courts throughout the weekend.


‘Boom’: Harvard Captures Second Straight Series Win Against Dartmouth

Harvard blasted five home runs to take two-of-three from Dartmouth and put itself back in Ivy League contention. After narrowly dropping the middle game last Sunday 6-5, the Crimson rallied back to take the decider 13-5, the team’s second consecutive series victory after dropping its first seven.


Harvard Claims First Ivy Series Win Against Princeton

With the Ivy League tournament only a few weeks away, the Harvard baseball team (8-20, 5-7 Ivy) traveled to New Jersey for a critical series against the Princeton Tigers (10-19, 6-6). With its sights set on its first Ivy League series win of the season, the team split the Saturday doubleheader and then blew out the Tigers in the decider, taking two of three on the weekend.


Baseball Drops First Home Series to Brown

After dropping its Ivy League opener on the road at Columbia, the Harvard baseball team (4-16, 2-4 Ivy) returned to Massachusetts to face off against Brown (7-14, 2-4 Ivy) in the Crimson’s home opener last weekend. The team’s doubleheader on Saturday was moved to Boston College’s Pellagrini Diamond, where it took one-of-two, due to improper field conditions at Harvard’s O’Donnell Field. The Crimson returned to O’Donnell on Sunday for its official home opener and lost the rubber match to drop the series.


Baseball Kicks Off Ivy League Play at Columbia, Wins One of Three

Coming off of a tough spring break trip, the Harvard baseball team (3-13, 1-2 Ivy) kicked off Ivy League play against Columbia (6-12, 2-1 Ivy). The Crimson, who swept the Lions in 2023, looked to start off on a strong note in conference play. The teams started off the series with a doubleheader on Friday, winning one of two before dropping the matinee on Sunday.


Harvard Baseball Is Swept By Troy, Starts the Season 0-3

Harvard baseball traveled down to Alabama to battle against the Troy Trojans, but the result was the same as its last trip to the Crimson Tide state in 2020: a three-game skid to start the season.


Men's Tennis Clinches Victories against No. 11 Michigan, Northwestern, and UCLA

No. 12 Harvard men’s tennis (5-1) continued its hot start to the season with two decisive wins against UCLA (2-2) and Northwestern (1-5). Building on its momentum, the Crimson squad continued its dominance this past Friday, posting a decisive 6-1 victory against No. 11 Michigan (3-2).


No. 19 Harvard Defeats Penn in Triple Overtime to Clinch Share of 2023 Ivy League Title

No. 19 Harvard football (8-1, 5-1) hosted Penn (6-3, 3-3) at home for a dramatic competition between two contenders for the 2023 Ivy League Championship. The Senior Day competition proved to be a close one through and through, with both the Crimson and the Quakers keeping a close score throughout the game. After three overtimes, Harvard was able to clinch at least a share of the Ivy League title with a score of 25-23.


No. 19 Harvard Beats Columbia 38-24 to Win 900th game in Program History

No. 19 Harvard Football (7-1, 4-1) traveled to New York to take on Ivy League competitor Columbia (2-6, 0-5) and came out victorious. The Crimson defeated the Lions 38-24 to give the Harvard football program a 900th game win in its history.