Harvard's 10-year wait for an Ivy League title will continue at least a little longer, as Yale knocked off the Crimson, 2-1, in a physical battle at Ingalls Rink on Saturday.
After jumping out to a 7-0 lead in the first two minutes, the Crimson (9-13, 1-5 Ivy League) couldn’t maintain its level of play, falling to Penn (8-11, 2-3), 67-57. The game was Harvard’s fifth consecutive Ivy loss, and the fourth time the team has fallen by a double-digit margin since beginning conference play.
Two goals from junior forward Sydney Daniels sent the Harvard women’s hockey team to a 3-3 stalemate against ECAC bottom feeder Brown.
In it's final home game of the season, the Crimson women's ice hockey team welcomes rival Yale to Bright-Landry Hockey Center for Senior Night.
Playing without star forward Zena Edosomwan, the Harvard men’s basketball team dropped to 1-4 in Ivy League play with an 83-62 loss to Princeton at Jadwin Gymnasium.
A 13-0 Princeton run took just under two minutes and sealed an 83-62 victory that appeared to put the final nail in the coffin for Harvard’s Ivy League hopes. The Tigers (13-5, 3-1 Ivy League) sent Harvard (9-12, 1-4) to its fourth straight Ivy League loss for the first time in nine years.
The No. 7/7 Crimson avoided falling victim to the post-Beanpot blues on Friday, kicking off the weekend with a 3-2 win over Brown thanks to a late power-play goal from Kyle Criscuolo.
The Crimson will look to bounce back after dropping back-to-back home contests against Ivy opponents for the first time since 2009.
Harvard may be coming off two straight losses, but a new class of Ivy League heavyweights is emerging.
Two wins this weekend would see Harvard climb past Penn, currently top of the conference, and into first place.
As of a few weeks ago, the Cleveland Browns have emerged as a possible darling of the student body, filling their front office with a selection of Harvard graduates.
Upon trying out for and joining the freshmen “Yardlings” football team, McInally immediately established himself as a player to watch on the gridiron.
The words Latino and Harvard are not immediately thought to be synonymous with football, let alone the crown jewel of the NFL season. But in its 50th rendition, the Super Bowl will have a healthy dose of both thanks to Alvaro Martin ’84.
Top-ranked Boston College scored five times in the opening period en route to a completely one-sided 8-0 victory in the Beanpot semifinals.
Co-captain AnnMarie Healy shot 13-of-14 from the field against Columbia on Saturday, finishing with 27 points and six rebounds in what amounted to a 69-66 win over the Lions.
Facing the top-ranked Eagles, it took just over four minutes for the Crimson to find itself down on the scoreboard. It was the beginning of a slippery slope for Harvard.
The 2016 rendition of the annual face-off between Harvard, Boston University, Boston College, and Northeastern is set to face off today at 5 p.m. at the Walter Brown Arena on BU’s campus.
Propelled by two unanswered power-play goals midway through the second period on Monday, No. 4/4 BC marched onto next week’s championship game against Boston University, knocking off the No. 7/7 Crimson by a score of 3-2.
In recent years, a trip to the Beanpot final has been ever so elusive for the No. 7/7 Harvard men’s hockey team. This February proved no different.
Despite decisively besting Yale (8-3, 4-3 Ivy League), 263-90, Harvard (9-1, 6-1) fell to Princeton (6-0, 6-0), 224.5-126.5, this Friday and Saturday in Princeton, N.J.
The Harvard women's ice hockey team beat its first ranked opponent in three weeks with its 4-1 win over the Tigers.
Looking to end a 23-year drought, Harvard will face off against BC in a clash of ranked teams in the first round of the Beanpot.