CAMBRIDGE, Mass.—Looking to extend its winning streak, the No. 37 Harvard men's tennis team readies for a pair of Ivy League matches this weekend, traveling to Yale on April 12 before hosting Brown on April 14. Friday's match against the Bulldogs will be played at 2 p.m., while Sunday's bout against the Bears will kick off at 1 p.m. Match location for Sunday to be determined pending the weather.
What to Know
-Harvard enters the weekend on a five-match winning streak, with wins over Boston College, Quinnipiac, Penn and two over Princeton.
-The Crimson currently holds the advantage in the series over Yale, going 72-26 all-time against its Ancient Eight rival.
-Harvard currently boasts a 2-0 record against conference opponents, tying it for first alongside No. 16 Columbia and Cornell.
-This Sunday marks the second time this season Harvard has met Brown on the court. Previously, the Crimson took down the Bears, 4-2, at the ECAC Championships to improve to 82-7 all-time against Brown.
-First-years currently lead Harvard in singles play this spring, with Harris Walker and Steven Sun at the top of the pack with records of 15-4 and 15-2, respectively.
Harvard hosts its final set of matches next weekend when the team welcomes Cornell and No. 16 Columbia to Cambridge. Both matches are set to begin at 1 p.m.