For the second straight game, the Harvard men’s soccer team (0-3-0) failed to convert key scoring chances late, ultimately falling, 2-1, to St. John’s (1-3-2) on Saturday. The Crimson has lost its first three games by a combined four goals, allowing six goals on only 13 shots on goal.
As the Crimson is quickly learning, trusting sophomore setter Corrine Bain pays off.
In its second year under coach Pieter Lehrer, the Harvard men’s soccer team (0-3-0) has endured a second rough opening to the season.
The Harvard field hockey team had luck on its side up north this weekend, earning two wins over the University of Maine and the University of Vermont at the Catamount Classic Tournament. The Crimson’s four-game win streak is the team’s best start to the season since 2005, when the squad also started off 4-0.
Harvard turned it around to win both games and emerge with a split 2-2 record for the tournament.
The Harvard women’s volleyball team got off to a slow start this weekend down in Athens, Ga. at the Benson’s Hospitality Invitational. But after dropping the first game to NC State and the first set of the second game, Harvard was able to capture some momentum and emerged victorious in its last two matches against Georgia and UNC Asheville.
The Crimson was unable to repeat last year’s strong finish, placing sixth at the Doc Gimmler tournament.
Fatigue played a significant role in the final 15 minutes of the contest, costing the Crimson the lead and ultimately the game, as the squad fell to Brown, 25-14, in the first ever varsity Ivy League women's rugby matchup.
Looking to kick off the season with a successful start, the Harvard men’s and women’s cross country teams traveled to New Haven this weekend to compete against Ivy League rivals Yale and Princeton at the H-Y-P meet.
The Crimson (3-2-0) suffered its first defeats of the young season, losing on the road to Boston College (7-1-0) before suffering a narrow defeat at home against Colgate (5-1-1).
The conversation about Ivy League schedule reform has started. Will university administrators and conference officials respond?
Harvard will face three nonconference opponents this weekend at the Benson Hospitality Invite. The Crimson will play North Carolina State on Friday before a Saturday double against Georgia and UNC Ashville.
Recent Harvard men's basketball grad Ugo Okam '14 will use his extra year of NCAA eligibility to play for Bethune-Cookman.
USA Today named the defending Ivy League Player of the Year the 34th-best player in the nation this summer.
Coming off one of the most successful seasons in program history, the Harvard men’s and women’s cross country teams enter a new season with the hopes of improving even further despite the loss of some key runners.
The Harvard coed sailing team begins its year-long season this weekend with four regattas taking place, two of which will take place on home waters.
Although the full Harvard men’s basketball schedule has not yet been released, The Back Page took a look at a variety of sources to try and identify who the team will be playing in 2014-2015.
The last time the Harvard women’s soccer team traveled to University of Rhode Island, the Crimson suffered a 3-2 loss in double overtime in 2011. In a Tuesday night showdown three years later, Harvard (3-0-0) reversed that score, dealing the Rams (4-1-1) their first loss of the season.
In its second season as a varsity sport, the Harvard women’s rugby team has set the goal of firmly establishing itself in both the Harvard athletic and national rugby communities.
The Crimson opened its 2014 season with two games this weekend, emerging victorious against Bryant on Friday night and over Holy Cross on Sunday afternoon at Jordan Field.
Freshman Hannah Wellington burst onto the scene in her first weekend of collegiate play to score two goals in the team’s decisive 4-0 win over Holy Cross.