Zack Hodges Signing

Undrafted Free Agents Hodges, Easton Sign With NFL Squads

Over a decade after battling homelessness on the streets of Charlotte, N.C., Harvard defensive end Zack Hodges ascended to the highest level of football this Saturday, negotiating a free agent contract with the Indianapolis Colts. Elsewhere in the NFL, the Baltimore Ravens signed Crimson offensive lineman Nick Easton on Saturday as well.

Men's and Women's Crew Teams Wrap Up Season with Wins

The women's heavyweight and women's lightweight teams dominated the Cooper River, with both taking first place at the Eastern Sprints, while the men's heavyweight squad also topped Northeastern for the 18th straight year.

Women's Rugby Sees Season End in Semifinals of ACRA 7's

While the Crimson earned a spot in the final-four playoff, Harvard ended the weekend with a pair of losses to finish fourth.

Track and Field Athletes Reach for Athletic Glory Beyond Harvard

For three Harvard track and field athletes—one recent graduate and two current undergraduates—athletic glory does not stop at the Ivy League or even NCAA level. These three competitors, who are no strangers to competing for the Crimson, now have their sights set on gold.

BRIEF: Women's Lacrosse Finishes Season with Loss to No. 11 Princeton

Despite keeping the game knotted up at four after the first half, the Crimson ended up falling by a score of 15-8 at in Princeton, N.J., concluding Harvard's season. On the flip side, Princeton went on to defeat Penn in the Ivy League final two days later.

Men's Volleyball Season Ends Against George Mason

After falling in the fourth set by one point, the second seeded Crimson lost to George Mason, 3-1, and was eliminated from the EIVA tournament. Harvard was without co-captain Caleb Zimmick in the contest.

Men's Tennis Drops Final Conference Match to Dartmouth

On paper it seemed like Dartmouth (14-10, 5-2) had pulled off a major upset against the Harvard (19-7, 5-2) men’s tennis team. The No. 45 Big Green beat the No. 34 Crimson, 4-3, at the Boss Tennis Center at Dartmouth, leaving both schools tied for second place in the Ivy League behind champion Columbia.

Women's Lightweight Crew Wins Beanpot

The lightweight team won the Beanpot over No. 4 BU and No. 8 MIT, while the heavyweight team fell to Yale.

Athlete of the Week Runners Up: Week of 4/20

As classes wind down and students prepare for final exams, the women’s golf team found success at a final of their own. After leading their team to an Ivy League Championship, junior Courtney Hooten and sophomore Anne Cheng earned this weeks Athlete of the Week honors. However, there were a few other Crimson athletes who had strong performances this week.

Pursuing Ice Time After Harvard

For Harvard men's hockey players, continuing a career in hockey after graduation can be a tough road.

Men's Golf Takes Third at Ivy Championships

In its final conference competition of the season, the Harvard men's golf team fell behind Princeton and UPenn to take home third at the Ivy League Championships.

Women's Golf Captures Fourth Straight Ivy Title by a Stroke

The Harvard women's golf team secured its fourth conference title and a spot in the NCAA Regionals with a one-stroke win over Yale at the Ivy League Championships in Bethlehem, Pa.

Men's Heavyweight Crew Captures Adams Cup

The Harvard men’s crew teams were both on the road this weekend, where the heavyweight team captured the Adams and Clothier Trophies against Navy and Penn.

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Men's Lacrosse Tops Yale To Wrap Up Season

In the Harvard men’s lacrosse team’s final game of the season against rival Yale on Saturday, the Crimson stormed out to a second-quarter lead and withstood a late comeback attempt to finish off its season on a high note and without a losing record.

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Sailing Competes In Four Regattas

This weekend, the Harvard sailing team took to rivers and oceans alike, competing in regattas both inside and outside of Massachusetts.

Massachusetts Hall
FAS

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office
College

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard

Men's Volleyball

Men's Volleyball Tops Sacred Heart in Five Sets, Earning Second Seed in Playoffs

Despite holding 1-0 and 2-1 leads, Harvard needed a fifth set to beat the Pioneers and secure a first-round matchup with George Mason on Wednesday.

Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis Falls Short on Senior Day

The Harvard women’s tennis team was unable to pick up its first Ivy League win of the season in its final opportunity Saturday against Dartmouth.

Women's Water Polo

Women's Water Polo's Season Ends at CWPA Championships

The Harvard women's water polo team fell in the first round Friday before splitting its games in the consolation bracket.

Softball

Softball Caps Season With Series Split Against Dartmouth

With a trip to the Ivy League Championship Series at stake on the season’s final weekend, the Harvard softball team matched up against Dartmouth for a home-and-home series.

Baseball

Dartmouth Sweeps Baseball on Season's Final Weekend

Dartmouth capped off its eighth consecutive Red Rolfe Division championship-winning season with a four-game sweep of Harvard this weekend, picking up two wins in Hanover on Saturday and two more in Cambridge on Sunday.

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Men's Golf

Golf Teams Travel to Bethlehem Seeking Titles

Women's Lacrosse

Women's Lacrosse Blows Out UMass, 12-1

Men's Golf

Weekend Preview: April 24-26

Softball

Offense Sparks Softball to Nonconference Home Victory Over Bryant

Baseball

Athlete of the Week: Timoney Tosses Gem to Lead Harvard to Series Split Against Yale

College

God of the Playing Field

For many of Harvard's athletes of faith, religion is a strong component of their identity both on and off the field. However, balancing that identity with the demands of a varsity sport is anything but easy.

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Men's Basketball

NCAA Tournament Central 2015

After earning a spot in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2006, the Harvard men's ice hockey team heads to South Bend, Ind., where it will take on Nebraska-Omaha in the opening round. The start of the tournament comes on the heels of the end of the NCAA Women's Frozen Four, which saw the Crimson reach the national championship game before falling to Minnesota. The Harvard men's basketball team also made the tournament but fell to fourth-seeded North Carolina, 67-65, when senior wing Wesley Saunder's three-pointer clanged off the backboard and rim as time expired.

Sports Blog

Tweets of the Week

As we get closer to closing the books on another semester, Harvard athletes are also finishing up the spring sports season, with most teams completing regular season play this weekend. With some free time on their hands as practices and p-sets come to an end, the Crimson’s best athletes took to Twitter this week to discuss everything from walruses to the Game of Thrones season premier.

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Polo

A Sport Unlike Any Other

Although not an official varsity sport, the Harvard Polo Club represents one of the few of its kind and, for its thirty-odd members, the defining feature of their Harvard experiences.

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Baseball

Baseball Falls to Northeastern in Beanpot Consolation Game

Senior second baseman Jake McGuiggan and freshman right fielder Conor Quinn both hit two-run home runs over the Green Monster at legendary Fenway Park, but the four runs proved not to be enough as the Crimson fell to Northeastern, 7-6.

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Baseball

Spring Sports Supplement

Men's Lacrosse

Men's Lacrosse Falls Short in Comeback Attempt at Princeton

Men's Crew

Men's and Women's Crew Among Top Finishers in Weekend Races

Women's Water Polo

Women's Water Polo Splits Weekend Series

Baseball

Yale Eliminates Baseball From Ivy League Playoff Contention