Max Everson and the Harvard men's hockey team are approaching the final weekend of the regular season with a playoff mentality.
A season filled with long trips, various records, and hours of hard work comes to fruition this weekend as the Harvard men’s and women’s track and field teams host the Ivy League Indoor Heptagonal Championships.
Last weekend brought some more clarity to the Ivy League title picture. Now, David Freed breaks down this weekend's games.
After erasing a late deficit to beat UMass in its weekend opener, the Harvard men's lacrosse team will travel to Durham, N.C. to face the defending national champions.
Harvard coach Tommy Amaker's squad is in a much different place than it was a month ago.
After a career at Penn that left him with the second most wins and conference titles in Ivy League history, football coach Al Bagnoli now has a new postition—head coach of the Columbia football team.
After its thrilling come-from-behind win against Princeton, the Harvard men’s basketball team (19-5, 9-1 Ivy) stands alone atop the Ancient Eight. Here’s what other outlets have been saying about the Ancient Eight race as it heads towards its conclusion:
Facing off against Yale in a best-of-three playoff series, the No. 4/4 Crimson looks to build off a successful regular season and move further into the postseason.
This past weekend, Harvard freshman Geordie Enoch entered the pool with just six collegiate swim meets under her belt and exited an Ancient Eight champion.
Harvard took the ice on Monday having brought up the rear in 11 of the 20 latest iterations of the annual tournament. In the consolation game of a Beanpot that has been anything but traditional, history held serve, as the No. 9/10 Eagles skated away with a 3-2 come-from-behind victory at TD Garden.
In a showdown between Ancient Eight teams, the Crimson won the consolation game to bring home third place.
It was a disappointing Friday night for Harvard wrestling, as the squad dropped its final home meet of the season to Columbia at the Malkin Athletic Center, 27-12. With this loss, the Crimson moves on to a 3-8 overall record on the year.
The Harvard softball team opened its 2015 season this weekend in Madeira Beach, Fla., with a slate of five games over the course of three days. The Crimson went 2-3 at the EMU Madeira Beach Spring Invitational.
In its season opener, the women's lacrosse team put together an offensive effort good enough to tally its first win of the season.
Behind four unanswered goals in the final six minutes, the Crimson earned its first victory on Opening Day since 2012, storming back to defeat UMass at a snowy Soldiers Field, 14-13.
Looking to repeat its 2014 national championship, the men's squash team came in third in this year's competition.
After coming off an ECAC title win, the men's tennis team hosted three teams at home this weekend, going 2-1 in the contests.
Entering the weekend as the reigning title holder, the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team ended its season Saturday at Blodgett Pool, adding on to its undefeated run through conference play with a second place finish at the Ivy League Championships.
This weekend in the nation's capital, the women's tennis team was able to split its contests, with the No. 46 Crimson falling to No. 67 Maryland, 5-2, in College Park on Saturday before beating George Washington on Sunday.
The Harvard men's volleyball team stepped up its play this week, putting together a showing that won the 2015 Hall of Fame Morgan Classic in Springfield, Mass.
Despite entering the weekend with a three-point lead atop the ECAC leaderboard, the Crimson had to settle for a share of first place following a tie and a loss to St. Lawrence and Clarkson.
Going on the road against the top two teams in the conference, one of which is making a strong case for being among the best Ivy League women’s basketball teams ever, is never an easy task.
Junior forward Jimmy Vesey scored his 20th goal of the season as the Crimson rebounded from a blowout on the road.
Despite trailing by as many as 12 points early on, the Crimson stormed back to beat Princeton on Friday, 63-55, to take command of the Ancient Eight standings.
St. Lawrence captain Gunnar Hughes, a Harvard legacy, scored two goals and an assist to lead the Saints over the Crimson in Canton, N.Y.