CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – After winning the 2018 Ivy League Championship title last spring, the Harvard softball team was presented with its conference championship rings for its successful outing last Sunday, Nov. 18.
During Sunday's ring ceremony, Harvard celebrated and honored the members and staff of the championship team. Joined by family, staff and supporters during the program, the Crimson was presented with its championship rings.
The Crimson captured its seventh Ivy League title after sweeping the championship series against Dartmouth back in May. Taking game one of the series after rallying back from a three-run deficit in the seventh inning to top the Big Green, 6-4, Harvard claimed the championship with a 4-1 victory in game two. The Crimson finished its season during its seventh outing in program history at NCAA Regionals in Athens, Georgia with a 23-18 record.
The longest tenured coach in the Ivy League, head coach Jenny Allard and the rest of the coaching staff were proud to honor the 2018 Ivy Championship Harvard Crimson squad at the ring ceremony. "We enjoyed celebrating the season and giving the team their championship rings, said Allard. "The team persevered amidst numerous challenges to sweep Dartmouth in the championship series and claim the program's seventh Ivy League title."