The women’s tennis program won the first Ivy Championship in program history.
Ike Clemente Kitman
After Columbia clinched the Lou Gehrig Division last week, Dartmouth secured the Red Rolfe Division over the weekend. Additionally, Yale and Princeton swept Brown and Cornell, respectively.
Performing well overall, the Lions did not come back empty-handed from competitions on the road.
The Big Green and Big Red were the winners of last weekend's Ivy League series.
With a 6-1 record in the Ancient Eight, the Light Blue is assured at least a share of the championship.
The odds of winning the Ivy crown are slim, but the Lions will need two wins this weekend to make it happen.
On Tuesday, the Lions, who won two of their four games against Cornell last weekend, will face the Red Foxes, who also split their back-to-back doubleheaders last weekend.
Despite a strong showing against Brown, the Lions ceded the first-place position to Yale.
The Lions will face the Bears who are in last place, but the Bulldogs pose a threat for the Lions who are solid contenders for an Ivy title.
Two years ago, the women’s tennis team finished another winless Ivy season—its third in four years. But with strong recruiting and hard work, the Light Blue sits tied in first place with Yale.
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