Throughout a difficult winter recess in which the No. 4/4 Crimson struggled with injuries, Vesey was a beacon of consistency.
In addition to her record-matching performance in the 60-meter dash, Barbian ran for a personal best 24.46 seconds in the 200-meter race, .28 seconds faster than her previous best. The senior’s performance in the 200 ranks fourth all-time in Harvard history.
Some skeptics still hesitate to place the Crimson among the elite teams in the conference just yet. But Harvard is here to stay.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team finished out the weekend at home with a split after losing to No. 11 IPFW in straight sets Saturday at the MAC.
For the third week in a row, the No. 4/4 Harvard men’s hockey team remained steady in both the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine rankings.
The Harvard men’s tennis team split its weekend matches on its West Coast swing, winning one of two against highly ranked squads as part of ITA Kick-Off Weekend.
Another race, another top-10 finish for the Harvard skiing team, which placed ninth out of 16 teams with 284 points.
The Crimson split its matches over the weekend, defeating No. 45 DePaul but falling to No. 12 Vanderbilt at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend in Nashville, TN.
For the Harvard wrestling team, injuries proved to be too much of an obstacle in its match against Bucknell at the Malkin Athletic Center Sunday, as the Bison, who are undefeated in the EIWA, stampeded past Harvard, 26-9.
The Crimson athletes showed they could compete with talent located outside the boundaries of the Northeast, as seniors Danielle Barbian and Ben Glauser, along with sophomore Nikki Okwelogu won their respective events.
Four hours after the Big Green men’s basketball squad lived out this narrative en route to a come-from-behind victory in Cambridge, Mass., the Crimson women’s squad achieved the same feat, clawing back for a 75-69 win over Dartmouth.
With 2,028 fans on hand at its annual White the Bright event, the No. 5/5 Crimson beat the No. 9/10 Big Red, 3-0, in a game full of last-minute goals.
In its first win of the winter season, the Crimson defeated No. 14 Ball State in a sweep at its home opener at the MAC on Friday.
Dealing with personnel losses and a losing streak, the Crimson scored six unanswered goals to beat Colgate, 6-1.
A trey ball from senior wing Wesley Saunders with 13 minutes remaining was the last highlight reel-type moment of the afternoon for the Crimson, as its highest high led to a series of lows, culminating in Dartmouth’s 26-2 run minutes later.
Powered by a 26-2 second half run, the Dartmouth men's basketball team snapped an 11-game losing streak to the Crimson Saturday afternoon at Lavietes Pavilion.
In a road tilt that saw Harvard lose two key players due to injury in the opening period, the Crimson lost a nail-biter to its most storied rival, 3-2.
Trailing Quinnipiac by four points for the ECAC lead, the Crimson will need to rediscover its scoring touch this weekend if it wants to keep pace with the Bobcats. But standing in Harvard’s way is a longtime rival and yet another nationally ranked opponent.
The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on as Harvard looks to maintain its perfect home record against Dartmouth.
Playing at home for the first time in over two months, the Harvard women’s tennis team opened its spring season with a bang Monday, picking up a shutout victory against the University of Rhode Island.
After a sloppy loss to Boston College the week prior, the men's basketball team overcame some early weak shooting and rode strong defense to a win over Bryant.
Putting together three separate streaks of eight or more unanswered points, the Harvard men’s basketball team used a balanced scoring attack to put away Bryant late for a 66-57 victory on Tuesday.
The Harvard men’s tennis team returned to action by dispatching Dartmouth in an exhibition match at the Murr Center.
Four days after a dispiriting loss to Boston College, the Harvard men’s basketball team scored what may have been its biggest win of the season Sunday afternoon with a commitment from Chris Lewis of Milton High School.
Harvard will take the road again in its final nonconference matchup of the season Tuesday night against Bryant. The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on.