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Women's Lacrosse

New W. Lax Coach Replaces Mentor

The recent selection of Sarah Nelson ’94 as the Harvard women’s lacrosse coach brings a personal touch to a tradition

Women's Tennis

W. Tennis is Sweet Sixteen

Don’t fault Harvard sophomore Courtney Bergman if she felt a little stressed down the stretch of the women’s tennis team’s

W. Tennis Set For Tourney

Three of the nation’s top 64 women’s tennis programs will descend upon Cambridge this weekend to join Harvard in the


W. Crews Outrace BU, MIT

Solidifying its claim as the Charles River’s most dominant crew, the Radcliffe heavyweight women’s team beat crosstown rivals BU and


W. Tennis Tames Princeton

The No. 18 Harvard women’s tennis team entered the weekend undefeated in Ivy play with only two matches remaining. On

W. Lacrosse Snaps Losing Streak With Big Victory

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team sizzled under the scorching spring sun, trouncing New Hampshire 10-4 to snap a six-game losing

Women’s Tennis Sweeps Road Trip to Cornell and Columbia

The Harvard women’s tennis team was perfect in its weekend swing through New York State, defeating Columbia and Cornell. On

Newcomers Answer Ivy Champs' Call to Arms

A mere 60 feet and six inches stand between the Harvard pitcher and his adversary in the batter’s box. The

Racket-ing in the Wins

Captain Sanja Bajin knows what it feels like to be on top. After her first two years of Crimson tennis,


W. Tennis Sweeps Ivy Openers Against Brown and Dartmouth

The Harvard women’s tennis team opened its Ivy League season in dominant fashion this weekend as it notched decisive wins


W. Tennis Beats No. 17 Fresno St. on Road Trip

The Harvard women’s tennis team may not have tamed the West over spring break, but it did come home plus

W. Tennis Dominates Cowgirls

Oklahoma State traveled over 2000 miles to the Murr Center courts—but couldn’t muster a point. The No. 24 Harvard women’s


In Spite of Injuries, Women's Tennis Still Glides Past BC

Despite playing without two of its top four seeds, the No. 26 Harvard women’s tennis team cruised to a 5-2

W. Hoops Squeaks By Yale

On Friday night, the Harvard women’s basketball team encountered a challenge to its perfect Ivy record from an unlikely opponent—Yale.

Athletes Criticize Diversity Training

A required diversity training session at the Malkin Athletic Center Tuesday night left some Harvard athletes feeling disgruntled, claiming that