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Yale Smothers Football, 24-3, for First Outright Title in 37 Years

The Bulldogs held the Crimson to 26 rushing yards and scored touchdowns on all three red-zone trips. That performance gave Yale an unshared crown for the first time in 37 years.

Men's Hockey Falls Twice to Minnesota in Second Straight Winless Weekend

This weekend, all eyes turned to New Haven, Conn., as Harvard football clashed with Yale in “The Game”. While classmates were enjoying the annual festivities, however, the Harvard men’s hockey team was up north battling Minnesota in back-to-back contests.

Women's Ice Hockey Prepares for Holy Cross Weekend Series

For the first time in program history, Harvard women’s hockey will take on non-conference competition Holy Cross—not once, but twice. This will be this first time since the October 2006 match against Rensselaer that Harvard women’s hockey faces a completely unknown team.

Women's Hockey Earns Three of Four Possible Points Against Ivy Rivals

​In its first home double-header of the season, the Harvard women’s hockey team faced off against Ivy League opponents Brown and Yale. The Crimson came off a two-week break ready to jump further into Ivy play and looked to gain a foothold in the ECAC against two sub-.500 teams.

Tweets of the Week

Here's all the best from your favorite Harvard athletes this past week, the week of November 6th.

Women's Ice Hockey Overcomes Laing Injury, Beats Brown

In its first home double-header of the season, the Harvard women’s hockey team faced off against Ivy League opponents Brown and Yale. The Crimson came off a two-week break ready to jump further into Ivy play and looked to gain a foothold in the ECAC against two sub-.500 teams.

Harvard Columnist: Yale Wins Come Just Once in a Decade

The Bulldogs have at least two storied traditions. One is losing to Harvard football. The other is staying off the crime-ridden New Haven streets.

Men's Swimming Seeks to Further Strong Start in Battle of Unbeatens

After two resounding victories last weekend to open its 2017-2018 campaign, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team will make the 200-mile trek to take on the Lions in its first away meet of the year.

After a Strong Season Last Year, Women's Basketball Looks to Carry On Success

Harvard will look to rebound to the ways of last year when the team lost just 2 games at home. The Crimson hopes to improve on this home record in the newly-renovated Lavietes Pavilion. Construction finished in September, just in time for the new season.

Yale Columnist: Great Meaning Lies in The Game

But on Saturday, we all have no excuses: Thanksgiving break begins the day before the game. With nothing to do, and (hopefully) no assignments hanging over our heads, all of campus will take to the tailgates. In this sense, the freedom we all have to go to the game is quite unusual.

Men's Basketball Falls to Holy Cross in Sloppy Outing

The Harvard men’s basketball team turned in an anomalous performance in its first road matchup of the season on Thursday night, falling to Holy Cross, 73-69, at the Hart Center in Worcester, Mass.

Shinny in Minny: Previewing Men's Hockey's Trip Up To Minnesota for a Weekend Back-to-Back

​The last time the Harvard men’s hockey team played at the University of Minnesota, Jimmy Vesey ’16 hadn’t won his Hobey Baker yet. Now, the No. 13/11 Crimson will need some heroics to get past the No. 7/6 Gophers this weekend. In 69 years and 29 games of series history, Harvard has never beaten Minnesota on the road in regulation.


The Game 2017: Underdog Football Visits Yale

This year, the Crimson travels to New Haven to play an unfamiliar role: spoiler. While the Bulldogs have already clinched a share of the Ivy League title, Harvard aims to prevent Yale from earning an outright crown.


Underdog Football Seeks to Upset Yale

This year, the tables have turned. After years of dominance, Harvard—which has experienced great triumphs and trials in 2017—will enter The Game in an unfamiliar position: as the underdog.


True Believers Mourn the Impending End of Watson Era

Besides sending off Penn legend Justin Watson, Ivy League fans can look forward to three games with title implications, including Harvard-Yale.


Texas Players are Used to Bright Lights

With 14 members of the football team hailing from the state of Texas, big games, warm weather, and grit characterize their transition into the Harvard football program.


Football Relies on Kickers in Tight Spots

Football kickers can be an enigmatic group, often coming from a soccer background and practicing at the periphery. However, despite their behind-the-scenes role, Harvard's kickers are crucial to both the team’s success and its camaraderie year after year.


Penn Rushers, Turnovers Send Football to 23-6 Loss

Men's Soccer

Penn Buries Men's Soccer, 3-0, in Second-Half Flurry

Track and Cross Country

Milner, Gillespie Lead Cross Country at NCAA Regionals

Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming and Diving Opens Season with Dominating Dual Meet Performance


Grabbing the Gold: Star Fencer Eli Dershwitz Finds International Success Representing Team USA


Defensive Coordinator Larkee Brings Family Approach to Football

At home, Larkee looks after six children. On the field, the former linebacker ministers to 50-plus defensive players. He has served as defensive coordinator for nine years.


Football Players Work to 'Conquer Adversity'

"The more we have in life, the less opportunity we necessarily get to build up that resilience," head coach Tim Murphy said. "When you don't have a lot, you have to find a way."

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Beats Siena, Records First Win

Despite an early 14-point deficit, Harvard women's basketball notched a come-from-behind victory over Siena. Sophomore guard Katie Benzan paced the team with 22 points.


Penn Serves as Kryptonite for Football

Since 1992, Harvard has outmatched every single Ivy League opponent in series records save one—Penn. The Quakers have won 17 of the last 26.

Men's Basketball

Notebook: Aiken Wills Men's Basketball, Haskett Carves Out Role

Aiken’s resounding shot certainly overshadowed the performance of another critical contributor to the Crimson victory, freshman guard Rio Haskett. Despite not scoring a single bucket in the contest, Haskett displayed extreme acuity on the defensive end, particularly in guarding Pipkins.

Women's Swimming

Women's Swimming and Diving Races to Comfortable Win Against Cornell

Women's Volleyball

Celebrating Seniors, Women's Volleyball Closes Season with Weekend Split

Men's Crew

Men's and Women's Crew End Season at Foot of the Charles Regatta

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Drops Two to Open Season


Women's Ice Hockey Readies to Clash with ECAC Foes