Junior Ryan Donato of the Harvard men’s hockey team will be leaving Harvard early to join the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League.
The Crimson (18-11, 10-4 Ivy) entered the evening hoping to extend its postseason, but left Rose Hill Gymnasium rueing what could have been, suffering a season-ending 65-47 loss to Fordham in a game that left head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith nothing short of perplexed.
A season removed from capturing the Ivy League North Division title, Harvard softball got off to a strong start in conference play against divisional opponent Yale in New Haven, Conn.
After a 2-6 start to the season, the Harvard baseball team climbed briefly back to .500. Down in Clinton, S.C., the Crimson swept a four-game series at Presbyterian, with two of its victories coming in extra innings.
At this year’s NCAA Championships, two members of the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team brought their talents to the national stage. Sophomore Miki Dahlke and senior Jing Leung competed in the meet in Columbus, Ohio, which stretched for four days starting on March 14.
Harvard women's tennis had a busy spring break, playing four matches across eight days. Ultimately, the Crimson won two matches at home and then traveled to California, where it split a pair of contests.
While this weekend marked the official end of the wrestling season with the NCAA championships last weekend, it also marked the end of a distinguished career for one of Harvard’s very own, Josef Johnson.
At some point the reader of might be led to believe that there was no unimportant moment in the span of two hours at the Palestra. Perhaps they’d be right.
“[Clarkson] kept coming, so we give them a lot of credit,” Harvard coach Ted Donato ’91 said. “I’m real proud of [our players], they gave their heart and soul."
A late string of steals was not enough for Harvard men’s basketball to complete a comeback against Marquette, as the Crimson (18-14, 12-2 Ivy) ends its season in the first round of the NIT.
The Crimson skated by Dartmouth, 4-2, in game three of the ECAC quarterfinals thanks to a hat trick from junior forward Ryan Donato. The team moves on to face No. 10/8 Clarkson in the semifinal round, hosted in Lake Placid, N.Y.
On Friday night, the No. 4 seed Crimson will battle No. 3 seed Clarkson for a spot in the conference final the following evening. To punch its ticket to the 16-team nationwide tournament for a fourth straight season, Harvard all but needs an ECAC crown.
With a 2-1 victory over St. Lawrence in Sunday’s matinee, Dartmouth advanced to the quarterfinals of the ECAC Championship where it will clash with the Crimson in a best-of-three series for a spot in Lake Placid's semifinals.
The first-round NIT matchup between Harvard and Marquette will be the first time Amaker and Wojciechowski, two former Duke point guards, meet as opposing coaches.
Two last second three-point attempts came up short as the Harvard men’s basketball team fell to second-seeded Penn, 68-65, in Sunday’s Ivy League Tournament championship game.
Bolstered by 24 points from sophomore forward Seth Towns on Saturday, the Crimson earned a spot in the championship game of the Ivy League Tournament.
Four Ivy League men’s basketball teams—Harvard, Yale, Cornell, and host Penn—will descend on The Palestra in Philadelphia, Pa., this weekend. By Sunday afternoon, only one program will remain as the Ancient Eight’s sole representative in the NCAA Tournament.
After a sluggish start to the season, Harvard rallied for four wins in six games in the first portion of its spring break slate. Junior shortstop Rhianna Rich was named Ivy League Player of the Week.
Relive the team's pre-playoff campaign with this chronological series of photos detailing Harvard's season thus far.
On Saturday night, junior co-captain Gabby Thomas claimed a national title, clocked an indoor national collegiate record, an Ivy League record, and a program record—all in a single race.
On Saturday night, someone quite new to the historic Harvard-Yale rivalry helped define its latest chapter. Freshman forward Kevin O’Neil potted both goals for the Bulldogs, powering his Elis to a 2-1 victory.
Most pundits would agree that neither Penn nor Harvard would be described as great, but neither ball club deserves a 16-seed next week. Hopefully, the committee will be tuned into ESPN2 on Sunday afternoon.