Staying hot in Ivy League contests, Harvard women’s tennis finished off the weekend with two wins to stay undefeated in league play. The Crimson took care of business against its conference rivals Yale and Brown.
Harvard reclaimed a .500 overall record in its final tuneup before the start of Ivy League competition next Saturday against Dartmouth.
Harvard is set to host Marist and Providence on Saturday. Coming off consecutive 6-1 losses, the team looks to get back on track near the midpoint of its spring season.
All weekend, the Crimson saw a lot of its success in doubles play. Harvard was able to pick up the doubles point against both Yale and Penn.
Despite promising results from captain Annika Ringblom and sophomores Jenna Friedel and Irene Lu, the Crimson dropped two out of three matches in Washington, D.C.
With a win at the Harvard Invitational, the rookie finished the fall with an 11-0 record, a rare occurrence for a freshman.
The Harvard women’s tennis team competed in the ITA Northeast Regional Championships in Philadelphia, Pa over the weekend. The most impressive play from Crimson team was doubles pair Ringblom and Li, who reached the semifinals.