Young Volleyball Squad Steps Up

Published by Martin Kessler on February 11, 2011 at 10:11PM

After losing three of its top players from a team that finished the 2009-10 season 5-16, few could have expected the Harvard men’s volleyball team to have much success this season.

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Weekend Preview: Rivalry Weekend

Published by Steven T. A. Roach on February 11, 2011 at 10:11PM

Time for the weekend preview once again! Let’s get things started off with the most exciting action of the weekend!

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Harvard Women's Squash to be Tested

Published by Molly E. Kelly on February 11, 2011 at 10:11PM

The Harvard squash program certainly has its work cut out for it this weekend.

Tomorrow, the No. 2 Yale program will take to the courts for the Crimson men and women’s final home match of the regular season.

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Ivy Opponents to Test Women's Basketball

Published by Brian A. Campos on February 10, 2011 at 10:11PM

By the end of this weekend, the Harvard women’s basketball team will have played every Ivy League opponent once. The question is: will it remain undefeated in league play?

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Around the Water Cooler: Speedy Princeton and Perfect Crimson

Published by Catherine E. Coppinger on February 10, 2011 at 10:11PM

 

Super Bowl Sunday is always a day of mixed emotions. Naturally, when the Packers took home the title last weekend, some rejoiced, some broke down in tears, and still others conveniently ‘don’t remember’ what happened. For delusional Pats fans like myself still dwelling on games past, it was a pretty disappointing occasion. But not to worry, there’s always next year. Besides, in the far-off land of Ivy League sports, there is a lot to celebrate this week. Harvard and Princeton take home league and national honors, and the Ancient Eight celebrates Black History Month. So join in the party and gather Around the Water Cooler. We all know you’re thirsty.

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