Freshmen Bryce Aiken and Seth Towns and senior center Zena Edosomwan led the Crimson to a 46-point second half. The season sweep over the Bulldogs was Harvard’s first since the 2012-2013 campaign.
One year after Clarkson swept Harvard in the schools’ two-game season series, the Crimson set the record straight Friday night with its second win of the season over the Green and Gold—a 4-1 triumph at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
In its final two games of the 2016-17 season, Harvard women's ice hockey bested Yale but fell to Brown, finishing with a record of 5-19-5 overall.
With losses to Princeton and Penn, the men's tennis team failed to repeat last year's 3rd place finish in the ECAC Division I Indoor Championships.
The Harvard skiing team ended its regular season this weekend at the Middlebury Winter Carnival, where conditions at the Rikert Nordic Center in Ripton, Vermont were ideal Friday after a week of snow, and warm temperatures on Saturday brought out a sizeable crowd to watch the races.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team finished this weekend’s road trip in Pennsylvania with split results, winning a close match at St. Francis following a shutout loss to No. 13 Penn St. the night before.
The Harvard men's squash team lost a close match to No.1 Trinity, claiming silver in the National Championship after a 8-1 victory over Yale and 5-4 win against Columbia.
The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team finished second overall in the 2017 Ancient Eight title-deciding meet, capping a weekend in which the Crimson women broke a couple of records and won several individual titles.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Playing inside the Bears’ den, Harvard skated circles around the overmatched hosts. The Crimson’s eighth consecutive victory closes out an 8-1-1 run through the Ivy League—Harvard’s best league mark since the 1993-1994 campaign.
NEW HAVEN, Conn. — With a 4-2 victory at Yale—its first road win over the Bulldogs since 2005, Harvard secured the outright Ivy League championship for the first time since the 2005-2006 season.
The Bulldogs (14-7, 6-2 Ivy League) came within four after rattling off six uncontested points, but Chambers and Aiken closed out the game at the line to give Harvard (14-7, 6-2) the 75-67 win in New Haven.
The Crimson scored four times in the first period and a half, chasing sophomore Jake Kupsky from his goal en route to a 6-2 victory that moves Harvard into first place in the ECAC.
Harvard's two leading scorers took charge for the Crimson and gave Harvard an 87-74 win as freshmen Bryce Aiken and Seth Towns had 23 and 17 points, respectively.