No. 34 Men’s Tennis Opens West Coast Slate Against Williams

Photo by Zack Williamson
Photo by Zack Williamson

CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—After a brief hiatus, the No. 34 Harvard men's tennis team (8-4, 0-0 Ivy) is back in action, traveling to the West Coast for a neutral site matchup with Williams College on Monday, March 18. The teams are set to square off at 1:45 p.m. PST (4:45 EST) at the San Diego Tennis and Racquet Club.

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What to Know
-Monday's match marks the first time the Crimson and the Ephs have met on the court since 1978, when Harvard took down Williams, 6-3.
-The Crimson holds the advantage over Williams moving into the neutral site dual, going 29-5-1 all-time against the Ephs.
-First-year Steven Sun currently leads Harvard in singles play, maintaining an 11-0 record thus far this spring.
-No. 20 doubles pair Andy Zhou and Logan Weber lead the team, going 7-4 this season in regular season play.
-Last time out, the Crimson downed Memphis, 5-2, registering a program-first victory over the Tigers.  

Up Next
Rounding out its West Coast road trip, Harvard readies for the 2019 San Diego Spring Classic, March 21-23, co-hosted by San Diego and San Diego State.