Sports Wrap


The softballers (31-15, 15-6 Ivy) won the league championship, with Ivy Pitcher of the Year Shelly Madick ’08 (16-6) tossing a no-hitter against Penn in the playoff. Hofstra and Albany both edged the Crimson, 3-2 and 1-0, in the NCAAs. Freshman Lauren Murphy, the Ivy Rookie of the Year, set a Harvard home-run record, clouting 18 dingers.

Men's Heavyweight Crew

Harvard won the Eastern Sprints and finished second (tied with Stanford) to Washington at the IRA national championship regatta. Yale upset Harvard in their annual four-mile race, breaking a seven-year Crimson win streak.

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