CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Senior Grant Solomon of the Harvard men's tennis team has received a first-place award for the Susan Anthony Potter Prize in Spanish Literature of the Golden Age, awarded by the Department of Romance Languages and Literatures and announced by the University today.
Solomon earned the first-place prize for submitting the best essay on a subject related to Spanish literature of the Golden Age. Graduating from Harvard this year with a concentration in Romance Languages and Literatures: Latin American, Solomon will pursue further education next year at Georgetown Law School.
The Dallas, Texas native finished the 2017-18 season with a 20-14 overall record and 11-11 mark in dual action. In doubles, Solomon teamed with Christopher Morrow in the No. 3 spot for a 9-6 overall record this season. Appearing in the NCAA Tournament for the second time in his career, Solomon helped Harvard earn a 4-2 first round upset victory over No. 17 Oklahoma State with a 6-1, 4-6, 6-3 win at No. 5 singles.