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Women’s Lacrosse Loses 16-8 Against Rival No. 10 Yale

This past Saturday, the No. 22 Harvard women's lacrosse team (9-3, 3-2 Ivy) traveled to New Haven to face off against the No. 10 Yale Bulldogs. The Crimson looked to continue its winning momentum after decisively defeating Cornell last week. However, Harvard could not withstand the pressure of Yale’s aggressive and speedy defense, falling 16-8 to its Ivy League rival.

Women’s Lacrosse Drops Contest Against No. 15 UPenn 18-8 on Sunday

The No. 21 Harvard women's lacrosse team (5-2, 1-1 Ivy) fell to No. 15 UPenn (7-1, 2-0 Ivy) on Ace Adams Field in Philadelphia on Sunday. The Crimson’s defeat marks its second loss of the  season and its first in competitive Ivy League play.

Women’s Lacrosse Sees Tight Loss to Duke, 15-13, Bounces Back Against High Point, 22-5

The Harvard women's lacrosse team (5-1, 1-0 Ivy) competed in two away games this past week. Despite the team’s first loss of the season, 15-13 to the Duke Blue Devils (4-3), the Crimson returned from North Carolina after an explosive 22-5 win against the High Point Panthers (4-3) in the two teams’ first ever matchup.

Women's Lacrosse Topples Colgate 21-6

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team charged into the 2024 season with an emphatic 21-6 victory over the Colgate Raiders. The win on Jordan field was quarterbacked by last season’s leading scorer, senior attacker Callie Hem. The attacker posted an astounding seven goal, career high, game.

Women’s Lacrosse Looks to Start Hot at the Frosty Face Off

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team approaches the 2024 season looking to build on its solid performance last season, which saw the squad finish third place in the Ivy League. With strong performances against Yale, Columbia, and Dartmouth, and two near losses to the Ivy League 2023 Tournament Champions, the Penn Quakers, the Crimson is set to return for the 2024 season with a hunger to improve upon last year’s success.

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.