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.

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Men’s Lacrosse Clinches 11-10 Win Against Brown, Still Falls Short of Postseason

With Princeton clinching victory over the Yale Bulldogs just before the first whistle, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team’s (8-5, 2-4 Ivy) final win of the season, 11-10, against the Brown Bears proved inconsequential for both programs, with the Ivy League Tournament lineup having already been decided. The four teams that will continue into the postseason are No. 8 Cornell, No. 12 Princeton, No. 13 Yale, and No. 16 UPenn.

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Star Freshman Malik Mack Will Transfer To Georgetown in Massive Blow To Harvard

Harvard men’s basketball star freshman point guard Malik Mack will leave transfer to Georgetown next year, a major blow to a Crimson squad for which Mack was one of the sole bright spots last season.  ​​​​​​

Former Harvard Basketball Star McKenzie Forbes ’23 Selected in WNBA Draft

Former Harvard women’s basketball star McKenzie Forbes ’23, who played two seasons for the Crimson before finishing her career at USC, was selected in the third round of the WNBA draft on Tuesday night. Forbes’ selection makes her the third Crimson player in school history to be selected in the draft, joining Temi Fagbenle ’15 and Alison Feaster ’98.

Men’s Lax Rebounds Against Dartmouth 13-7

After a bit of a midseason slump, the No. 16 Harvard men’s lacrosse team (7-3, 1-2 Ivy) bounced back in a home-field victory against Dartmouth, 13-7. Currently ranked fifth in the Ivy League, the game against the Big Green was a must-win matchup in the squad’s quest for a bid in the postseason tournament.

Men’s Tennis Continues Push Towards Ivy Title

The No. 12 Harvard men’s tennis team (17-5, 3-0 Ivy) continued its strong showing in conference play this weekend, besting the No. 72 Yale Bulldogs (10-8, 1-1) on Friday, 5-2, and Brown Bears (5-15, 0-2) on Sunday, in a 7-0 sweep.

Softball Wins Series Against Brown, 2-1

This past weekend, the Harvard softball team (12-12, 3-5 EIVA) traveled to Providence, R.I. to play a three-game road series against Brown. The Crimson swept Saturday’s doubleheader, but then lost on Sunday, finishing the weekend 2-1. The successful trip improved the Crimson’s conference record as it attempted to defend its  2023 Ivy League title.

Dominant Set of Wins for Women's Lacrosse

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team stepped out to dominate on a beautiful Saturday matchup this previous week against Dartmouth. The Crimson were led by a six goal stellar performance from senior captain and attacker Riley Campbell, who was awarded this week’s Ivy League Offensive Player of the Week for her efforts.

Harvard Loses to Boston College, Fails to Advance in Beanpot

The Harvard baseball team’s offense has scored more than eight runs three times this season. Its record in those three games is 0-3. Unfortunately for the Crimson (4-17, 2-4 Ivy), its loss to the Boston College Eagles (16-11, 5-7 ACC) on Tuesday — in the semifinal game of the 33rd Baseball Beanpot — solidified a puzzling trend for the team: when the offense is firing on all cylinders, its hitters seem to playing a constant game of catch-up. This time, the final score was 17-9.

Men's Lacrosse Falls to UVA 13-10

The No. 16 Harvard men’s lacrosse team (6-3, 0-2 Ivy) dropped its second-consecutive game on Jordan Field, 13-10, to No. 2 University of Virginia on Saturday.

Tennis Titans: Harvard Women Outplay UMass in Pre-Ivy Showdown

Returning from a successful 3-0 spring break trip to California, the No. 50 Harvard women’s tennis team (14-2, 0-0 Ivy) defeated the University of Massachusetts (8-6, 0-1 Atlantic 10) 4-1 on Saturday at the Murr Center. The victory in its final non-conference match of the season extended the Crimson's win streak to an astounding 10 games.

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.

Harvard Men's Golf Shines at Cutter Creek Intercollegiate

The Harvard men’s golf team competed in the Cutter Creek Intercollegiate in Snow Hill, North Carolina, placing sixth in a competitive field of 15 teams. With a combined score of 866, shooting two-over-par, the Crimson demonstrated both resilience and skill in its penultimate regular season tournament this spring.

Three Crimson Wrestlers Compete at NCAA Championships in Kansas City

The Harvard wrestling team (4-6) wrapped up its competitive 2023-24 campaign with a strong showing at the NCAA Wrestling Championships in Kansas City, Miss.. Senior captain Phillip Conigliaro, junior Diego Sotelo, and sophomore Jack Crook represented the Crimson in the 174, 125, and 149 pound weight classes, respectively. While Sotelo and Conigliaro have qualified for the event before, the 2024 saga marked Crook’s first attempt at clinching an NCAA title.