The London-based club, one of the world’s most popular teams, spent two days training on Harvard’s campus in preparation for a friendly match on Wednesday at Gillette Stadium. The match will see them take on the New England Revolution, in Chelsea’s first friendly of the summer.
Both the men’s and women’s tennis teams both went 1-1 over the weekend, with both programs picking up wins versus the Big Red on Saturday before falling to the Lions on Sunday.
Harvard went 3-1 at the Ivy 7's Championship over the weekend, winning the tournament for the first time since 2015-16.
Men's and Women's Tennis both march on with positive performances this season.
The No. 44 Harvard Men’s Tennis team finds itself in good form entering Ivy League play this weekend at Penn.
Harvard is one of twenty four teams sending skiers to Stowe, VT to compete in the national championships, but it occupies a fairly unique place on this list. While most schools come from areas known for skiing — such as Colorado, Utah, Vermont, and Maine — Harvard is uniquely urban, with the closest mountains fit for skiing being one state over.
Harvard sophomore Matt Freese has chosen to forego his further two years of NCAA eligibility, as he signed for the Philadelphia Union on Friday. Freese spent time in the Union Academy before coming to Harvard, and will now join six other homegrown players on the Union roster.
The Big Green defeated the Crimson by a score of 2-0 in Hanover, N.H., on Saturday. Men’s soccer was one of six Crimson teams to make the trip up to New Hampshire to face its Ivy League rival in rainy conditions over the weekend.
Harvard has dominated Yale in recent years, and the trend did not abate on Saturday. The Crimson prevailed, 1-0, for its fifth consecutive win over the Bulldogs.
Harvard dealt with some extreme weather this week, as it defeated Providence on Monday in 92-degree heat and lost to No. 22 UMass Lowell last night after a thunderstorm delayed kickoff.
Freshman Becca Gilmore Finished the season with a women's ice hockey team best in points, goals and assists.
The Harvard women’s hockey team saw its season come to an end versus No. 4 Colgate in the ECAC Quarterfinals on Saturday, dropping the first and second games of the best-of-three series.
Harvard split their road trip this weekend against two ranked opponents, going 1-1 in the last two matches of the 2017-2018 regular season. The Crimson took down No. 8/8 St. Lawrence on Friday night in before falling to ECAC-leaders, No. 2/2 Clarkson by a score of 3-1 on Saturday evening.
In the Beanpot consolation game, the Crimson overcame a 3-1 deficit thanks to a pair of goals by freshaman forward Becca Gilmore to defeat Northeastern, 4-3.
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