It has been a privilege and an honor to be an athlete at Harvard these past four years. When I compare my athletic experience to those of my friends playing at other schools and other leagues, I feel even more fortunate that I was able to continue to play the sport that I love at a school that valued both my desire to play on a highly competitive team, with fine coaches, access to amazing facilities and resources, all while being able to take the classes that I wanted to take, and to be part of the larger Harvard community.
Closing the season against its Ancient Eight rivals, Harvard men’s golf placed sixth at the 2019 Ivy League Championship, held at Hidden Creek Golf Club. The Crimson finished 38 strokes over par, 15 shots off the lead.
Attempting to win its third Ancient Eight title in the past four years, Harvard men’s golf will compete at the 2019 Ivy League Championship April 19-21 at Hidden Creek Golf Club in Egg Harbor Township, New Jersey.
Teeing off for the second weekend in a row, Harvard men’s golf will head to the Yale Spring Invitational on Saturday, April 13 At the Course at Yale. The Crimson will face off against Brown, Bucknell, Fairfield, Fordham, Hartford, Penn, Siena, St. Bonaventure, St. John’s and the host Bulldogs.
Back in action following a four-week break, Harvard men’s golf will head to Springdale Golf Club for the Princeton Invitational April 6-7. The Crimson will be joined by 12 teams in the field: Brown, Columbia, Cornell, Georgetown, Loyola (Md.), Penn, Princeton, Rider, Saint Joseph's, Seton Hall, Temple and Yale.
The Harvard men’s golf team closes out its fall season this Saturday with a 36-hole, H-Y-P match play at Rockaway Hunt Club on Long Island. Seven golfers from Harvard and Princeton along with eight players from Yale will compete in a series of four-ball, foursome, and singles matches this weekend.
For the fourth consecutive year, the Harvard men’s golf team begins the year with at The Doc Gimmler hosted by St. John’s on Sept. 8-9. The two-day, 54-hole, 14-team tournament will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Bethpage State Park Red Course in Farmingdale, N.Y.
In the spring, the Ivy League and ESPN agreed to a long-term relationship to showcase Ivy League events through a variety of ESPN platforms. This includes coverage for all 42 Harvard varsity programs on ESPN linear networks and ESPN+.