Game Stories

Backhanded Compliment
Men's Tennis

BRIEF: Men's Tennis Captures Silver at ECAC Championships

Entering the tournament seeded No. 2, Harvard fit the bill and placed second following a weekend of tennis. With easy wins against Brown and Cornell, it was only in the championship match that the Crimson faltered to Dartmouth.


Skiing Posts Strong Results at Williams Carnival

Among the field of competitive teams comprising the EISA circuit, the Crimson improved upon its own previous performances to score 273 points across both genders and disciplines.

Four More Years
Women's Squash

Women's Squash Wins Fourth Consecutive National Championship

“The win this year was more about backing up what we had already achieved,” sophomore Gina Kennedy said.

Head Above Water
Women's Swimming

Swimming and Diving Reclaims Frank Keefe Trophy

At the Ancient Eight championships over the weekend, Harvard women’s swimming and diving team took their third Ivy Crown in five years, accumulating 1616 points and beating the rest of the field by 125.5 points.

On Top

Wrestling Defeats Columbia and Hofstra

Taking to New York, the Crimson claimed two wins on the weekend—one against the Lions and one against Hofstra—with two weeks between the team and the EIWA Championships.

Walking On
Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Takes Down Brown, Falls to Yale

Harvard women’s basketball recorded its first road win in conference play, but came up a rebound and a basket short of recording its first road sweep and practically guaranteeing its chances of making the Ivy League tournament.

Block Party
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Tops St. Lawrence, Falls to Clarkson

Harvard split their road trip this weekend against two ranked opponents, going 1-1 in the last two matches of the 2017-2018 regular season. The Crimson took down No. 8/8 St. Lawrence on Friday night in before falling to ECAC-leaders, No. 2/2 Clarkson by a score of 3-1 on Saturday evening.

Lewis Cannot be Stopped
Men's Basketball

Strong First Half Wills Men's Basketball Past Yale

A 17-0 run in the first half propelled Harvard to a 15-point win over Yale on Saturday night. The victory also clinched the Crimson a spot in the Ivy League Tournament.

Going to Towns
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Pushes Win Streak to Four, Tops Brown

A late offensive spurt from sophomore forwards Seth Towns and Chris Lewis closed out a foul-heavy Friday night as the Harvard men’s basketball team edged Brown, 65-58, at Lavietes Pavilion.

TPB at 1C
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Clinches ECAC Tournament Bye After Taking Down No. 7 Clarkson, 5-2, on Senior Night

On Saturday, the Harvard men’s hockey team honored its seven seniors for their contributions to the program over the last four years. But in the Crimson’s 5-2 victory over No. 7/3 Clarkson, it was the underclassmen who carried the way.

Gilmore Girl
Women's Ice Hockey

Late Comeback Pushes Women's Hockey past Northeastern in Beanpot Consolation

In the Beanpot consolation game, the Crimson overcame a 3-1 deficit thanks to a pair of goals by freshaman forward Becca Gilmore to defeat Northeastern, 4-3.

Squashing Opponents
Women's Squash

Women's Squash defeats Yale and Brown to Claim Ivy League Title

In straight sweeps of No. 5 Yale and No. 10 Brown, Harvard increased its undefeated streak to 50 matches—spanning more than three years—and claimed its third straight outright Ivy League title.

Up in the Air
Men's Squash

BRIEF: No. 3 Men's Squash Wins Twice but Loses out on Ivy Title

Harvard took care of business this weekend, but second-ranked Columbia controlled its own destiny and likewise won twice, capturing the Ivy League crown in the process.

Oosterhout Returns with Confidence
Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis Earns Consolation Victory Against Yale at ECAC Championships

All weekend, the Crimson saw a lot of its success in doubles play. Harvard was able to pick up the doubles point against both Yale and Penn.

Skinner Time
Women's Basketball

BRIEF: Penn, Princeton Shatter Win-Streak for Women's Basketball

​In its first Ivy League road trip of the conference schedule, the Killer P's—Penn and Princeton—proved too much for the women’s basketball team. The Crimson’s win streak was snapped at six with the pair of losses.