Men’s hockey standout forward Jimmy Vesey, a Nashville Predators prospect, announced his intent to return to Harvard for his senior season on Tuesday.
In its home opener, the Harvard softball team mercy-ruled Rhode Island (1-20) in back-to-back games on Tuesday afternoon at Soldiers Field.
The Crimson has a strong foundation of underclassmen on its side— led by sophomore Brian Yeung and freshman Grant Solomon—who helped carry the team to victory in its matches on Saturday.
The Lions and Quakers, whom are considered by many as the favorites for the Ivy League title, swept the Crimson in each of its two-game series. Harvard (10-12, 0-4 Ivy) lost the four games by a total of five runs, with three of the four losses coming on walk-off singles. The Lions (11-10, 3-1) and Quakers (7-9, 3-1) outscored the Crimson by 18 runs last season.
The Harvard men’s golf team took fifth place in the Seahawk Intercollegiate Tournament hosted by University of North Carolina Wilmington to open up the spring slate of competition for the Crimson.
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.
The Harvard men’s tennis team returned home this weekend to wrap up nonconference play before kicking off its Ivy League schedule next week against Cornell and Columbia.
The Harvard women’s tennis team wrapped up its nonconference schedule with a 4-3 victory over Boston University on Saturday afternoon at the Murr Center.
A bit of bad weather was not enough to get in the way of the start of the Ivy League softball season for the Harvard softball team. After Saturday’s games were moved to Sunday due to unplayable conditions, the team wrapped up its first conference weekend 1-3, travelling to Columbia and Penn.
Despite a big start to the second half, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team (3-4, 1-1 Ivy) dropped a game to a visiting Stanford squad (5-1) on Friday night.
After enjoying the uncharacteristic luxury of air travel en route to an EIVA matchup against George Mason in Washington, DC, the Harvard men’s volleyball team dominated from the moment that it stepped on the tarmac. By holding the Patriots to a .047 hitting efficiency, the Crimson earned a 3-1 victory and kept pace with second-place Princeton.
The men’s swimming and diving team’s season came to an end this weekend as two final competitors participated in the NCAA Championships in Iowa.
As it enters the outdoor portion of the spring season, the Harvard track and field team competed in three different meets over the weekend. Led by senior Danielle Barbian, who set two conference records at the Texas relays, the squad performed well at all three meets.
Saturday night’s Midwest regional semifinal matchup between the Harvard and Nebraska-Omaha men’s ice hockey teams proved to be a game of inches, a game of seconds—one that brought the Crimson’s season to a close by the slimmest of margins.
On Saturday afternoon, snow flurries may have delayed the start of the Crimson Sevens women’s rugby tournament, but the wintry weather couldn’t keep the host team from lighting up the scoreboard beneath the bubble of Harvard Stadium.
The Harvard men's ice hockey team saw its season come to a close in South Bend, Ind. on Saturday after dropping its NCAA tournament opener to Nebraska-Omaha, 4-1.
The Omaha Mavericks enter the 2015 NCAA tournament against Harvard after a first-round exit in the NCHC playoffs. Omaha coach Dean Blais and Crimson coach Ted Donato '91 share Olympic experience.
Senior wing Wesley Saunders had North Carolina on its heels for much of Thursday's game, but Harvard fell just short, 67-65.
Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo, along with fourth-years Colin Blackwell and Patrick McNally, who returned from injuries suffered earlier in the season, helped lead Harvard to its first ECAC title since 2006.
When it comes to the Crimson’s scoring depth, the conversation has to start with sophomore center Tyler Moy—one of the most unconventional members of the Harvard men's ice hockey team.
For the third time in 11 years, the Minnesota women's ice hockey team denied Harvard the NCAA title, defeating the Crimson, 4-1.
The Crimson travels to South Bend to take on No. 9/9 Nebraska-Omaha in the first round of the NCAA Tournament on Saturday night. The winner will take on either No. 2/2 Minnesota St. Mankato or the Rochester Institute of Technology on Sunday for a chance to advance to the Frozen Four in Boston.
Amidst the dramatic backdrop of rain and hail, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team got into a frantic, back-and-forth shootout against the No. 10/9 University of Albany.
Unlike last year's dramatic three-game series with the Bulldogs, the Crimson swiftly took down Yale in consecutive contests to advance to the ECAC semifinals.
Entering a losing locker room in the NCAA Tournament feels like walking into a painting. Players known for their movement are deathly still. A team that has learned to communicate so well is absolutely silent. It feels like the kind of place where the word somber was invented.