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Union Adds to ECAC Lead With 2-1 Win Over No. 2 M. Hockey

In a matchup of the ECAC’s two most prominent contenders, Union scored once in the second and again in the third, pulling out a 2-1 victory that pushes the Dutchmen six points ahead of Harvard in the league standings.

Men's Basketball Holds Off Late Bryant Rally

Despite the suffocating defense late from the hosts, the depth of Tommy Amaker’s squad proved to be the difference as it usually is—four Crimson players would score in double digits while Harvard’s bench outscored Bryant’s 30-5.

Men's Volleyball Starts Play with Losses to Midwestern Competition

The Crimson defeats came at Lewis and Loyola, respectively ranked eighth and ninth in the nation.

Track and Field Places Second at Crimson Multi-Meet

The women's team won the Beantown Challenge thanks to strong performances in pole vault, shot put, and 60-meter dash, among other events.

Men's Swimming and Diving Rolls Over Brown, Penn

Over the weekend in Philadelphia, Harvard blew the doors off the Quakers and Bears for its two largest margins of victory this season. The Crimson medaled in every event of the eight-hour meet, taking multiple spots on the podium in most, en route to a 206-88 victory over Penn (7-3, 4-3) and a 226-74 win over Brown (5-3, 2-3).

Men’s Wrestling Struggles at Pitt Duals Despite Jaffe’s Strong Debut

In its final tune-up before EIWA action begins, Harvard fell to all three opponents it faced in Pittsburgh.

Men’s Squash Backs Up National Ranking with Three Big Wins

Harvard collected three wins over ranked opponents in three consecutive days, as the team’s trio of freshmen has an impressive debut.

Women’s Swimming and Diving Stays Undefeated Against Ivy Foes

Refreshed and recharged after its annual winter training trip, Harvard women’s swimming and diving handled the Quakers and Bears to extend its undefeated start to the season.

Last-Place RPI Blanks No. 2 M. Hockey, 4-0, in ECAC Stunner

Friday night, the Engineers (4-19-1, 2-10-0 ECAC) earned a stunning 4-0 victory over the No. 2/3 Crimson (11-3-1, 7-2-1), a team that had won its last six games and scored at least four times in each one.

Frozen Fenway

In photos: Harvard Women's Hockey takes on Boston College under the lights of Fenway Park.

Nunley's Heroics Carry Women's Basketball to Road Win Over La Salle

Thanks to Nunley’s heroics, which included a team-high 19 points, the Harvard women’s basketball team (13-1) extended its win streak to 13 games and 56 days as it avoided defeat at the hands of an athletic Explorers (9-7) squad. The Texas native sank 9-of-15 field goals and grabbed 12 boards to collect her second double-double of the season.

Amid Adverse Conditions, Women's Ice Hockey Drops Frozen Fenway Game to Boston College

The Crimson's 3-1 loss was played under the lights inside America's favorite ballpark.

Game Stories

McGill Proves to be No Match for Men's Basketball

After shooting 35 percent from the field and going 0-of-6 from deep in that first frame, the Crimson (8-5, 1-0 Ivy League) began the second period on a 13-3 run, building a lead they wouldn’t give up en route to a 70-45 win over McGill (12-8) at Lavietes Pavilion on Tuesday.

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Ties Quinnipiac, Falls to Princeton

Both Princeton and Quinnipiac were familiar foes, having defeated Harvard earlier in the season by scores of 2-1. The Crimson improved slightly on those earlier results. This time Harvard left the back-to-back contests with a tie and a loss.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Beats Dartmouth Despite Defensive Woes

The Big Green (5-9, 0-1 Ivy League) gave the Crimson (12-1, 1-0) all it could handle in the third quarter but the Crimson held on to win by five.

Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming Sweeps Trio in Utah

The Crimson traveled out West for a pair of meets on Friday and Saturday, sweeping aside BYU (1-2) in Provo, Utah, before topping Utah (4-4) and No. 24 Denver (5-3) in Salt Lake City. The wins allowed Harvard (6-0, 3-0 Ivy) to maintain its unblemished record.


Johnson Wins Gold for Wrestling at Franklin and Marshall Open

The Harvard wrestling team traveled to Lancaster, Pa., for the Franklin and Marshall Open and achieved four quarterfinal finishes, including a successful gold medal campaign by junior co-captain Josef Johnson.

Men's Ice Hockey

Power Play Erupts Again as No. 4 Men's Hockey Tops Quinnipiac

Men's Ice Hockey

LIVE: No. 2 Men's Hockey Dances With First-Place Union

Women's Swimming

Women's Swimming and Diving Sinks Lions, Goes West

Men's Basketball

Notebook: Strong Offense, Weak Defense Not Enough as Harvard Falls to Vermont

Men's Basketball

Late Comeback Not Enough as Harvard Falls to Vermont, 82-71

Men's Swimming

Men's Diving Dominates Denver, Utah

Harvard came away with decisive wins against both opponents, taking nine of the possible 12 podium spots and winning all but one event.

Men's Basketball

Notebook: Depth, Defense Key Men's Basketball in Ivy Opener

​Balance—that’s a word Harvard coach Tommy Amaker came back to again and again when describing the Harvard men’s basketball team’s Saturday night win at Dartmouth. In a game full of runs and a late defensive effort from the Crimson, perhaps no word better describes what would to be the key to a 74-58 Crimson victory in its first conference matchup.

Men's Ice Hockey

No. 4 Men's Hockey Staves Off Princeton, Wins Sixth Straight

Co-captain Alexander Kerfoot’s wrister from the center of the point broke a 2-2 tie with 15:48 left to play, and junior goaltender Merrick Madsen subsequently stopped all 11 shots he saw the rest of the way to help Harvard win its sixth straight game.

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Knocks off Dartmouth in Conference Opener, 74-58

In its Ancient Eight opener, the Crimson flashed its defensive prowess with a balanced offensive performance to defeat Dartmouth with a 74-58 victory.

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Gets Set for Ivy Opener at Dartmouth

​A year removed from the first season that saw Harvard fail to win at least a share of the Ivy League title for the first time since 2010, the Crimson enter its conference slate nearly unrecognizable from the squad that went 6-8 in the Ivy League just a year ago.

Men's Ice Hockey

LIVE: RPI Welcomes No. 2 Harvard Men's Hockey to Troy

Men's Basketball

Notebook: Freshmen, Defense Lead Men's Basketball to Win Over Howard

Men's Ice Hockey

In Return From Break, No. 4 Men's Hockey Flattens RPI, 5-1

Men's Basketball

Aiken Leads the Way as Men’s Basketball Closes 2016 With Win Over Howard, 67-46

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Topples Unbeaten Buffalo for Tourney Title, 11th Straight Win