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The Case for Attending Harvard Sporting Events

October 14, 2016

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For as long as I can remember, sports have been an integral part of my life. I was, and still am, the kid that obsessively played, watched, and read about every event or sport from basketball to tennis to football to the king of all, futbol.

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Firkser Continues Harvard’s Tight End Dominance

September 22, 2016

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If someone were to tell you that three out of the last four starting tight ends for a college went on to play in the NFL, there’d probably be a few schools that pop up in your head such as USC, Alabama, Notre Dame, etc. But what about Harvard?

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Gold Medal Game Sees Women's Hockey's Ex-Captains Go Head to Head

April 06, 2016

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Monday night, I couldn’t take my eyes off my laptop. Not because I had an essay due, but because there was a tense, back-and-forth championship game coming down to the wire. I’m talking, of course, about the epic Nova-UNC game (shout-out to Kris Jenkins for finishing off the most memorable college game I’ve ever seen).

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Women's Hockey Finds Itself Down, but Definitely Not Out

February 10, 2016

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If someone were to ask for a one-word description for the 2014-2015 Harvard women’s hockey team, there would likely be a common adjective: surprising.

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Men's Soccer Demonstrates Tenacity To Overcome Setbacks, Challenges

December 02, 2015

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As my co-writer and I walked down to the sideline of Jordan Field this past Halloween, I could not help but notice how eerily quiet the Harvard men’s soccer bench, one that had been yelling at both players and refs alike all night, had gotten.

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