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Harvard men's lacrosse celebrates a 19-16 comeback victory over Princeton on April 23. On May 15, the Crimson fell in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the hands of No. 6 Rutgers, 19-9.


Mashownic

Senior attacker Austin Madronic awaits a pass in a 19-16 comeback victory over Princeton on April 23. On May 15, Madronic and the Crimson fell in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the hands of No. 6 Rutgers, 19-9.


No Gaffes-ney

First-year attacker Owen Gaffney scouts downfield as he runs with the ball in a 19-16 comeback victory over Princeton on April 23. On May 15, Gaffney and the Crimson fell in the first round of the NCAA Tournament at the hands of No. 6 Rutgers, 19-9.


Track and Field Claims Ten Titles at Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships, Finishes Second Overall

This past weekend, the Harvard track and field team traveled to New Haven, Conn. to compete in the Ivy League Outdoor Heptagonal Championships for the first time since 2019. With ten individual titles, the men and women both finished second overall, marking a strong end to the team’s season.


Women's Lacrosse Suffers 13-6 Loss in First Round of Ivy League Tournament

The Crimson qualified for the 2022 Ivy League Tournament after wrapping up the regular season with two essential victories. It then suffered a 13-6 first round loss at the hands of the Princeton Tigers to end its season.


"No Lead Was Safe": Men's Lacrosse Loses Overtime Heartbreaker, 17-16, at Yale

Saturday marked the end of a great regular season run for the No. 12 men’s lacrosse team, with a narrow defeat against archrival No. 9 Yale, which won on an overtime score from veteran midfielder Thomas Bragg. Harvard (8-4, 3-3) battled to the very end, ultimately losing, 17-16, on a man-down goal that sealed Yale’s title as Ivy League regular season champions.


Softball Snags Two Wins in Road Series Against Brown to Remain in Conference Title Contention

Harvard softball left Providence, R.I., with a pair of wins under its belt after a three-game clash against Brown this past weekend. The Crimson traveled south to face the Bears after a Covid-19 outbreak resulted in a cancellation of its Cornell series the previous weekend.


No. 12 Men's Lacrosse Set for Suspenseful Final Weekend After 19-16 Comeback over No. 3 Princeton

On Saturday, April 25, Jordan Field was electrified by the presence of over 2,400 fans as the No. 12 men's lacrosse team toppled the No. 3 Princeton Tigers, 19-16. The win catapulted Harvard into a five-way tie with Yale, Brown, Princeton and Cornell for first place in the Ivy League and set the stage for a pivotal game against the Bulldogs this upcoming weekend.


Champions Again: Women's Rugby 7s Wins Ivy 7s Tournament Title

The Harvard women’s rugby 7s won the 2022 Ivy League Tournament this past weekend, going 3-1 on the day and ultimately defeating Dartmouth for the championship at Mignone Field. It was the Crimson’s fourth-ever Ivy 7s championship and its second tournament win of the season. Senior center Sofie Fella led the way for the Crimson, scoring eight tries throughout the tournament to continue her torrid start to the season.


A Tale of Two Halves: Women's Lacrosse Uses Second Half Comeback to Beat Columbia, 14-8

After a rough past couple of games, the women’s lacrosse team got back on track over the weekend. The Crimson (5-6, 3-2 Ivy League) traveled to the Big Apple for a Saturday afternoon showdown with the Columbia Lions (2-10, 0-4 Ivy League). As Harvard left New York City, the team returned to Cambridge with an impressive 14-8 victory.


No. 13 Men's Lacrosse Loses Its Second Consecutive Game, 11-8, Falling to No. 11 Penn

After a hard-fought battle, No. 13 Harvard (7-3, 2-2) succumbed to the No. 11 Penn Quakers in a tight 11-8 loss in Philadelphia. Playing at a much higher caliber than in its April 9 loss to Cornell, the Crimson brought energy and fight.


Boss-Tin

Senior attacker Austin Madronic fires a shot during a 7-6 victory over Colgate on April 2. On Saturday, Madronic's three assists were not enough to secure victory for the Crimson, which fell to Penn, 11-8.


Women's Golf Places 2nd at Hoya Invitational; Men Suffer Setback at Princeton

Harvard golf had a busy weekend, with the men going to Princeton, N.J. to compete in the Princeton Invitational, and the women traveling to Rockville, Md. to compete in the Hoya Invitational.  The men’s team had some trouble getting into the swing of things, placing 13th out of 15 competitors at 31 over par. Meanwhile, the women came in second.


Men's Lacrosse Unable to Stop the Bleeding Against Big Red, Falling 17-9

The men’s lacrosse team’s six-game winning streak was brought to a halt by Cornell on Saturday, when the Crimson lost to the Big Red 17-9. The game was marked by a 9-0 Cornell run in the second quarter that ultimately proved to be the difference.


Track and Field Opens Spring Season With Strong Performances

Over the past two weeks, Harvard track and field has kicked off its spring season with four school records, a strong performance at the Duke Invitational, and a sweep of Yale in their dual meet. The early-season success sets a strong tone for the rest of the campaign.


Softball Sweeps Columbia on the Road, Moves into Second in Conference Standings

Despite a sluggish start against out-of-conference opponents, Harvard softball (12-15, 6-3 Ivy) remains in the hunt for the 2022 Ivy League Championship this spring. The team is heating up, most recently with its three-game sweep over Columbia this past weekend, which moved it to second place in the conference standings.


In First Spring Action Since 2019, Crew Teams See Mixed Results

In the first spring competition since 2019, the Radcliffe lightweights went 2-2 and the heavyweights suffered a loss to Brown. Meanwhile, men's lightweight struggled in New Jersey and men's heavyweight emerged with a victory against Cornell.


In Up and Down Weekend, Women's Water Polo Claims Narrow Victory Over Princeton and Suffers Narrow Defeat to Michigan

This past weekend, Harvard women’s water polo competed in an exciting double header against a pair of conference opponents on Saturday, with a narrow two-point loss to No. 7 Michigan, 12-10, and an equally hard-fought two-point victory over No. 19 Princeton, 10-8.


Men's Lacrosse Continues its Sterling Start with 19-10 Win Over Dartmouth

On Saturday, the No.10 men’s lacrosse team (6-1, 2-0 Ivy League) secured its fifth straight victory with a 19-10 win against the Dartmouth Big Green, bumping its record in conference play to 2-0. Harvard played to honor the memory of Yeardley Love by partnering with organization One Love for the contest.


Men's Ice Hockey Sent Home in First Round of NCAA Tournament, Falling 4-3 to Minnesota State

Despite engineering late comebacks and surprising upsets throughout its run to the NCAA tournament, the No.15 Harvard men’s ice hockey team’s season came to an end in the first round of the NCAA Tournament Regionals Thursday afternoon, as it was unable to erase a three-goal deficit in an eventual 4-3 loss to the No.1 Minnesota State Mavericks. The game was played at MVP Arena in Albany, N.Y.


Women's Basketball Season Ends in Heartbreak as it Falls to Princeton in Ivy Madness, 72-67

For the third time this season, Harvard (13-14, 7-7) fell to No. 24 Princeton (25-5, 14-0). Unlike the two previous contests, this Ivy Madness matchup was a barn burner, with both offenses excelling in the clutch. The Crimson rallied late but ran out of gas, losing by a score of 72-67 in its final game of head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith's remarkable career.


Individual Brilliance: Squash's Crouin and Moataz Shine Bright in CSA Individual Nationals

With two new College Squash Association (CSA) team national championships already in the trophy case, the Harvard squash program set out this weekend to give players their chances to shine at the CSA Individual Nationals. Victor Crouin ended up winning the Pool Trophy, while Hana Moataz came in second in the Ramsay Cup.


A Touch of Grace

Then first-year midfielder Grace Hulslander prepares to shoot in an 18-8 victory over Yale on March 24, 2019. Nearly three years later, Hulslander helped the Crimson claim a 9-8 victory over Penn in its Ivy League opener.


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