Women's Tennis

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.

Harvard Women’s Tennis Continues Rolling, Wins Two More at Home

The Harvard women's tennis team (10-2, 0-0) kicked off March with impressive home victories against Boston University and Army, displaying dominant results which saw the Crimson down their opponents in two decisive 4-0 victories.

Harvard Women's Tennis Roars Back: Dominant Sweeps and Redemption at 2024 ECAC Championship

Returning to its home courts this weekend for the first time since the season opener, Harvard women’s tennis (8-2) hosted the 2024 ECAC Championship at the Murr Center, hosting Ivy League foes Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Dartmouth, Penn, Princeton, and Yale. Over the three day tournament, the Crimson fell to Yale, but delivered decisive sweeps against both Cornell and Dartmouth the following days.

Harvard Women’s Tennis Continues Winning Streak with Back-to-Back Victories in Doubleheader

This weekend, the Crimson women’s tennis team returned home on an extended three-match winning streak, as it prevailed with resilient wins over the DePaul University Blue Demons and the University of Nebraska Cornhuskers in two decisive away match-ups.

After the First Half of the Spring Season, Harvard Women’s Tennis Sits at No. 60 in the Country

Close to the halfway mark of its 2022-23 season, Harvard’s women’s tennis team looks to continue improving. With a 6-5 start already, the Crimson is gearing up for its Ivy League season in April, undeterred by any previous setbacks, and dedicating itself to success.

Harvard Women's Tennis Wraps Up Fall Season With Strong Performances at Harvard Invitational

In its final competition of the fall season, Harvard’s women’s tennis team faced off against Boston College and Boston University at home for the Harvard Invitational. Throughout the short fall season, the Crimson saw action at the ITA Super Regionals, Brown Quad Invite, and Harvard Fall Classic, with overall positive results. The Harvard Invitational gave players a chance to compete in a dual-match format, the predominant format for the spring season.

Swing into Spring

A Harvard women's tennis player hits a backhand return during a match against Boston College on Nov. 8, 2021. Nearly a year later, the Crimson continued its success against the Eagles, claiming all but one of its singles matches.

Conference Win Streak Comes to Close After Princeton and Penn Defeats

The Harvard women’s tennis team entered the Cordish Family Pavilion and Lenz Tennis Center in Princeton, N.J. ready to fight, quickly securing the doubles point. Despite the team’s initial momentum, the No. 72 Crimson lost each singles match to No. 50 Princeton and finished the overall match 1-4.

Men’s and Women’s Tennis Complete Successful Weekend with Wins Over Columbia, Cornell

“One thing that our team has really come a long way in this semester is with our confidence and belief in ourselves,” said first-year Holly Fischer. “So I think that even though we were down, everyone who was playing was fighting so hard and really leaving everything out on the court.”

Women's Tennis Wraps Up Non-Conference Play with Back-to-Back Victories

The No. 71 Crimson is heating up just in time for Ivy League action after it closed out non-conference play with two home wins over the weekend with a close 4-3 victory over the University of Massachusetts Amherst and a dominant 7-0 performance over Hofstra University. Harvard has now won three straight matches and remains a perfect 5-0 at home.

Ready at Net

Senior Rachel Lim goes for a volley during a match against Boston College last November.

Women’s Tennis Suffers Back-to-Back Defeats in Illinois

Harvard fell in two tough matches in Evanston, Ill. over the weekend, with Northwestern delivering a swift 7-0 defeat, and Miami University edging out the Crimson 4-3. The matches bring Harvard’s overall record to 5-4.

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