The wrestling team battled in the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association tournament this weekend, earning 16th in the 18-team league.
A packed home crowd watched the Bears top No. 16 Princeton to win their fourth straight game of the season, extending their Ivy record to a perfect 2-0.
A long season for the men’s basketball team culminated in two single-digit losses this weekend.
Despite falling behind early, the men’s lacrosse team salvaged a 13-10 victory Saturday against a struggling Hobart College squad.
An up-and-down season for the men’s hockey team came to a fitting end as the Bears played well, but could not quite do enough to pull out a win.
The Bears finished their season this weekend on the road with a 46-43 win over Dartmouth Friday and an 87-67 loss to Harvard Saturday.
The men’s hockey team saw its season come to an end this weekend after losing twice to St. Lawrence on the road.
One game had a sparse crowd, the other was a packed house. One opponent was the top team in the conference, the other was a bottom dweller.
In its regular-season opener, the men’s baseball team failed to score a run in three losses against the top-ranked University of South Carolina Gamecocks.
The fact that 11 out of 12 players on a playoff roster are averaging more points than they did the previous year is kind of amazing.