Crimson staff writer
J. Kevin Qualey
The Harvard baseball team came into its weekend series with Yale with high hopes for a four-game sweep. But after dropping its final two games on Sunday, the Crimson was eliminated from Ivy League Championship contention.
Brown, Cornell, Dartmouth, Harvard, Princeton and Yale will compete for the title in a round-robin style tournament. Having won the fall season of rugby 15s and performing well so far in sevens play, the Brown Bears enter the competition as the team to beat.
The Harvard women’s lacrosse team (4-4, 2-1 Ivy) could finally take a much-needed sigh of relief after junior co-captain goaltender Kelly Weis thwarted the final attempt of a frantic comeback by the Big Green (0-9, 0-3).
In its Wednesday return after an 11-day break, the Harvard men's volleyball team got back to its winning ways in a 3-1 victory over Springfield.
Entering Tuesday’s contest against Trinity, the Harvard men’s squash team looked to carry the momentum of an undisputed Ivy League championship, secured last weekend with victories over Brown and archrival Yale, into another big win.