Harvard (21-20-1 overall) finished the Ivy season with the league’s best record, 14-6, winning the tough Red Rolfe division by one game over Dartmouth. Gehrig division winner Princeton brought an 11-9 record (and 1-7 mark against Rolfe opponents) to the Ivy Championship series, but nonetheless upset Harvard there, 9-3 and 8-2. The past 11 Ivy titles have gone to either Harvard or Princeton, with the Tigers now leading that skein, 6-5.
The softballers had a 20-24 overall record and a 6-8 mark in Ivy contests, good for fifth place in the league. Pitcher Amanda Watkins ’08 was a second team all-Ivy selection, with catcher Erin Halpenny ’06 and third baseman Rachel Murray ’06 earning honorable mentions.
You might also like
Genetic analysis reveals a culture enriched from both sides of the Danube.
Harvard researchers illuminate a longstanding epidemiological connection.
Harvard’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences broaches two tough topics.
Brief life of a formidable anthropologist: 1903-1991
First-years Ngozi Musa and Gabby Thomas help set the pace for track and field.
A negative investment return and annual spending reduce the endowment’s value 5.1 percent.
More to explore
Expect massive job losses in industries associated with fossil fuels. The time to get ready is now.
A third-generation French baker on legacy loaves and the "magic" of baking
Generative AI can enhance teaching and learning but augurs a shift to oral forms of student assessment.