Loss of captains didn't stop Harvard's 3-peat
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- Harvard coach Tommy Amaker knew it would be difficult to repeat as Ivy League champions, especially since it took the school more than 50 years to win the conference just once.
Then things got a whole lot harder.
The team's senior co-captains withdrew from school in the wake of an academic cheating scandal, and suddenly Amaker was plugging untested players into new roles. So when the Crimson managed to clinch their third consecutive Ivy title, it was that much ...
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