Women’s Tennis Returns to Action with Harvard Invitational

Infographic for the Harvard Invitational which will feature Syracuse, Cornell, Georgetown and Boston University at the Murr Center on November 1-3.
The Harvard Invitational will feature student-athletes from Boston University, Syracuse, Georgetown and Cornell

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. – Harvard Women's Tennis wraps up its fall season this weekend as it hosts the Harvard Invitational. The Crimson welcomes student-athletes from Boston University, Cornell, Georgetown and Syracuse to Cambridge for the tournament. All matches will be played indoors at the Murr Center Tennis Courts.

LINK to draws and match assignments 

Where: The Murr Center, 65 N Harvard St, Boston, MA 02163
When: Nov. 1-3

  • Friday: 10 a.m. start. Doubles with singles following 
  • Saturday: 10:30 a.m. start. Doubles with singles following 
  • Sunday: 9 a.m. start. Main draw finals, concillation singles finals and extra matches 

Follow: Twitter - @HarvardWTennis | Instagram - @HarvardWomensTennis
Watch: ESPN3

Friday:
Morning: Court 1 | Court 2 | Court 3 | Court 4 | Court 5 | Court 6
Afternoon: Court 1 | Court 2 | Court 3| Court 4 | Court 5 | Court 6

Saturday:
Morning: Court 1 | Court 2 | Court 3 | Court 4 | Court 5 | Court 6
Afternoon: Court 1 | Court 2 | Court 3 | Court 4 | Court 5 | Court 6

Sunday:
Morning:  Court 1 | Court 2 | Court 3 | Court 4 | Court 5 | Court 6


What to Know

  • First-year Mihaela Marculescu leads the team with six wins this fall. Sophomore Rachel Eason, meanwhile, is 5-1 in tournament action.  
  • Senior Natasha Gonzalez and sophomore Rachel Lim are coming off a top-eight finish in the doubles draw at the ITA Northeast Regionals.
  • Jenna Friedel and Lim remain perfect on the doubles court together, posting a 3-0 record in two tournaments this fall.
  • First-years Sophia Ho and Demi Snyder have impressed in their first collegiate season, holding 4-2 and 3-2 records, respectively.

Leading the Way
Traci Green, the Sheila Kelly Palandjian Head Coach for Harvard Women's Tennis, begins her 13th season at the helm of the Crimson. Green returns a veteran team that played a pivotal role in helping Harvard  to a 17-win season and a second-place finish in the Ivy League a season ago. Currently at 140 wins in her career, Green has the second most wins in team history for a head coach.

Next Up
The Crimson will have a few months to prepare for their spring slate, which will be announced later this winter.