NEW HAVEN, Conn. - Coming off a weekend sweep of Columbia and Cornell to move to 3-0 in Ivy League play, the Yale women's tennis team will hit the road and head to Cambridge to take on Harvard before returning home for a Sunday matinee against Dartmouth to honor their seniors.
The Crimson have had a stellar season to date, coming in at 14-6 on the season and 2-1 in Ivy League play. One of those six losses was in New Haven, a 4-3 thriller that saw Yale come out on top thanks to a 3-1 comeback. Since then, Harvard has been one of the hottest teams in the nation, having won seven consecutive matches before a 4-3 loss to a ranked Princeton team. The Crimson are coached by Traci Green.
Dartmouth comes into the weekend seeking their first Ivy League win, currently standing at 3-14 overall and 0-3 in Ivy League play. The previous match between the two teams also ended in the Bulldogs favor; Yale won 4-1 to take 5th place in the ECAC Indoor Championships in early February. The Big Green are coached by Bob Dallis.
Sunday will also be the last home match of the season for the Bulldogs and the last ever home match for seniors Caroline Amos and Amy Yang. Both will be honored prior to Sunday's match for their accomplishments and contributions to the team over the past four seasons.
Play begins at 3:00 PM on Friday and 1:00 PM on Sunday.