There's a good chance the Harvard football team continues on the tried-and-true road of dominance through the Ivy League en route to another Ancient Eight title. But there's also a chance the Crimson falls off its beaten path.
Teams have played only three Ivy League games, meaning that more than half the schedule remains. That’s right, Cornell. There’s still hope.
The Harvard men’s soccer team has emerged victorious against Ivy League rival Dartmouth just once in the past six seasons.
Coming off their biggest win of the season at Princeton, Harvard field hockey will now face one of their toughest opponents in No. 12 Boston College.
Behind junior defenseman Eric Gylling’s double-overtime winner Tuesday night, the Crimson outlasted New Hampshire, 2-1, extending its current unbeaten streak to eight games.
The victory was neither dominant nor pretty. But as much as any win in 2016, this one was gritty.
Athlete of the Week: Kathleen Young's Two Goals Leads Field Hockey to First Win Over Princeton in 22 Years
The Crimson knew that someone needed to step up in a big way for the team to overcome such a challenge and stay atop the Ancient Eight table. It turns out that sophomore forward Kathleen Young was that someone.
In the 52nd iteration of the Head of the Charles Regatta, the black and white of Radcliffe Crew topped previous performances facing some of the toughest conditions in regatta history. With tens of thousands of spectators weathering the elements, the crews benefitted strongly from the home field advantage.
The wet conditions played a role in keeping the game low-scoring, but the performances of the two goalkeepers were more responsible for the tight affair. A 4th minute goal from senior forward Karly Zlatic after a scramble in the box proved to be the difference, as the contest ended 1-0 in favor of the Crimson.
A third place finish in the New England Match Race Championships propelled the Harvard sailing team into a four regatta weekend. This, in addition to the team’s rise to national prominence as women’s and coed teams were ranked 15th and 20th, respectively in the Sailing World Magazine’s latest poll, contributed to a successful weekend, despite the weather.
After a tough five-set loss at the hands of Cornell capped last weekend’s slate of Ivy League competition, the Harvard women’s volleyball team got right back on track on Friday night. The Crimson dropped the first set to Dartmouth in the Malkin Athletic Center, but responded by taking the next three to send the Big Green back to Hanover winless.
Harvard came from behind against Princeton on Saturday to bring home another win, and extend its win streak to seven game
Wrapping up the autumn portion of its schedule, the Harvard women’s golf team traveled to the Mid-Atlantic to take part in the University of Delaware Lady Blue Hen Invitational. After three rounds of play, the Crimson secured a first-place finish, bookending the fall slate with a pair of championships.
Following a successful showing at the Harvard Invitational last weekend, where the team swept all four of its games, the Harvard men’s water polo team (18-5, 3-2 CWPA) traveled to the west for the Rodeo Tournament in Southern California.
After the first 20 minutes went scoreless, a flurry of goals went in favor of Harvard as they went on to beat Dartmouth , 5-1.
After shooting to a 14-0 lead in the first half, Harvard fended off a furious rally from Princeton to claim an overtime win. The victory kept the Crimson in first place in the Ivy League.
With the eyes of the rowing world honed in on Cambridge, the Harvard and Radcliffe crew programs look to leave their mark on the 52nd rendition of the Head of the Charles Regatta.
Vince’s path to the Olympics began in 8th grade, when he picked up the sport of rowing to satisfy his school’s athletic requirement. Despite his family history in water sports, in particular swimming and water polo, Breet decided his abilities were best suited for an on-the-surface activity.
Harvard is coming off of a loss this week, defeated by Holy Cross 27-17 last weekend in Worcester, Mass. However, the Crimson is still atop the Ivy League standings at 4-1, going 2-0 in league play so far. Sitting with the team, though, are the Princeton Tigers.
After losing its lone exhibition game at home, 3-0, to a McGill squad that tied against the Big Green just a couple of days later, however, the team heads into its first matchup of the season with more questions than answers.
This Saturday’s men’s senior masters singles race will mark Alvaro Rodriguez Arregui's sixth consecutive Head of the Charles race and the 12th of his career.
Coaching was never the plan for Jesse Foglia. Initially the job was just a step towards his ultimate goal: becoming an educator. Over 10 years after starting as a coach, Foglia has found his classroom in the boathouse.