Harvard men's tennis faces No. 30 Cornell and No. 10 Columbia this weekend in a top-three league battle, with Harvard leading the Ivy standings at 3-0. The team holds a 17-5 overall record and has two players in the national singles rankings. Harvard will return home to play No. 59 Penn and No. 24 Princeton after the New York matches.

By the Numbers
  • Harvard men's tennis is ranked No. 13 nationally.
  • The team has won 10 of its last 11 matches.
  • Daniel Milavsky leads the team with a 17-7 overall singles record.
State of Play
  • Harvard is currently leading the Ivy League standings with a 3-0 record.
  • The team has won the last three meetings against Cornell and five out of the last six meetings against Columbia.
What's Next

Harvard will host No. 59 Penn and No. 24 Princeton in its final two regular-season matches after the New York games.

Bottom Line

Harvard men's tennis heads into crucial matches against ranked opponents in New York, looking to maintain its lead in the Ivy League standings before returning home for important upcoming games.