Three years ago the Harvard men's hockey team faced crises on the ice and off as they limped to consecutive 10-win seasons and lost players to a campus-wide cheating scandal. Now they've returned to the NCAA Tournament in consecutive seasons, anchored by the best player in college hockey. Here’s how it happened.
With the deadline approaching, men’s basketball beat writer David Freed takes a look at how Mason compares to previous NBA draft prospects.
After a long search, graduating senior Patrick Steeves will extend his playing career for at least one more year at George Washington University.
Men’s basketball beat writer David Freed takes a look at how Steeves will fit in for the 2015-2016 NIT champions, who finished fourth in the Atlantic 10 a year ago.
With nearly six months to go until the season starts, the pundits have already begun to line up behind the Harvard men’s basketball team.
Men's hockey senior forward Jimmy Vesey was dubbed the top collegiate hockey player in the nation as the recipient of the 2016 Hobey Baker Award, capping a decorated career with the Crimson.
For such an athlete-heavy student population, athletics is a small part of Harvard’s culture
I decided that wherever I ended up, I would try to go to as many football games as possible.
My Crimson experience was inseparably intertwined with my sister’s rise to the top of her sport. As I watched her smash world records and rack up wins, she not only inspired me as her number one fan but also placed in perspective the stories I’ve had the chance to tell in these pages.
In a comeback game for the ages, the Harvard football team took sole possession of the Ivy League title with a momentous fourth-quarter offensive rally.
Kevin Rhoads, who serves as both the men's and woman's golf coach at Harvard, guided both his teams to Ivy League Championships this year.
In the fall of 2012, Devin Dwyer began his collegiate career as one of the highest-rated recruits ever to put on a Harvard jersey. Four years later Dwyer has completed his transformation from one of the Crimson’s most highly touted recruits to one of its most successful and high-achieving players.
With times surpassing many of the older members of the team and an Olympic trial qualifying time from Thomas, these two freshmen assure the future of Harvard's women's track and field team is bright.
As she has progressed through her years at Harvard, Okwelogu has set and broken many of her own records in shot put, placing her among the top competitors in the nation.
Coming back from injury to play one of her first healthy seasons with the team, senior Kit Metoyer established herself as a force to be reckoned with in the Ivy League.
After being one of the most sought after recruits in history for the Crimson, Edosomwan put up less than impressive numbers his first two years with the team, though he turned his game around this season and averaged 13.1 points a game.
By the time the rain had stopped on the damp Friday night showdown at Stevenson-Pincince Field, in Providence, R.I., it was Harvard who had emerged with a nailbiting, 13-12 victory.
Sitting out due to injury his first three years on the team, Steeves roared back senior year, becoming a leader on the court and averaged over 12 points and three rebounds a game.
In a career that was plagued with injuries, Tummala bounced back her senior year and became one of the Crimson's largest threats from beyond the arc.
The most prolific head coach in collegiate women's hockey, Harvard coach Katey Stone has greatly influenced and built both the Crimson program and the sport in general in her 21 years in Cambridge.
Over the course of her four years on the women's ice hockey team, Canadian standout Emerance Maschmeyer has been a staple in the net for the Crimson, breaking multiple records and also providing the leadership her team needed.
Throughout his career, and most prominently in the two years he served as captain, Kyle Criscuolo also spearheaded the men's hockey team’s contribution on the ice as well as throughout the community.