Despite a streaking hot start in the ECAC Championships and a series tie against Penn in the final, Harvard failed to win their final match.
As Harvard men’s and women’s tennis teams kick off the latter half of their respective seasons, here is a brief recap of their seasons to date.
A late-regulation comeback and 27-point effort by junior guard Katie Benzan wasn’t quite enough for Harvard’s women’s basketball (4-4) Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion, who dropped 72-67 to Quinnipiac (4-3) in a double-overtime thriller to open its four-game homestand.
“We’d especially been working on scoring in practice and getting pucks to the net, and tonight was a really good example of all the hard work we’ve put in,” Hughes noted. “Being back in a game setting, everyone was really excited, and things were just working our way.”
Wesley Saunders, Brandyn Curry, and Siyani Chambers, all of whom played under Amaker during Harvard’s 2014 March Madness run into the third round, are working towards replicating their success overseas.
For years, the men’s soccer team would walk back to the locker room to see the jersey of one of its legends, Mike Fucito ’08, hanging up on the wall.
Not once this season has a Harvard field hockey opponent scored at the team’s home turf, Berylson Field. That didn’t change this weekend, as the hosts downed Bryant, 2-0, in front of a friendly crowd.
The men’s team submitted a strong performance at the Chowder Fest tournament, while the women’s team traveled to the Dartmouth and Columbia Invitationals, finishing with winning records at both.
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