Game Stories

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Draws With Brown, 1-1

Playing in the first of three consecutive weekend away games against Ivy league opponents, the Harvard women’s soccer team found itself locked in a tight battle with Brown on Saturday afternoon in Providence, R.I.

Field Hockey

Field Hockey Tops Cornell, Tying Program Record With Sixth Straight Win

​Five goals and two broken records complimented the Harvard field hockey team’s 5-0 victory over Cornell on Saturday, as the Crimson extended its winning streak to six games—the team’s longest such streak since 1990.

Women's Rugby

Rugby Routs Cornell, 91-0

Since its only loss of the season on Oct. 1, the Harvard women’s rugby team has scored 149 points. As a comparison, its opponents in those same two games have mustered up five points against the Crimson defense.

Track and Cross Country

Smith Claims Sixth in Deep Wisconsin Field to Lead Cross Country

Racing in multiple timezones over the course of two days, the Harvard cross country women and men separated to race in the Nuttycombe Wisconsin Invitational, the 2016 Pre-National Invitational, hosted by Indiana State, and the Princeton Invitational.

Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Outlasts Brown 1-0

The Crimson stayed undefeated in Ivy League play with its win this Friday.


Sailing Struggles Across Multiple Competitions

This weekend, across the table, ended in disappointment as the Crimson was in the back of the pack in three regattas, only salvaging a decent third place performance at the New England Match Race Championship.

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Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Downs BC, Maintains Streak

Last night the Crimson earned a hard-fought 2-0 win at Newton Campus Field thanks to early goals from freshman midfielder Taner Dogan and junior forward Tyler Savitsky.

Track and Cross Country

Shwayder Leads Women's Cross Country to Second in NEICAAA Cross Country Championships

​Back on the East Coast and racing in Boston, the Harvard women’s cross country team battled to an impressive second place finish in a competition that brought together 35 of the top teams from the New England area.


Sailing Takes Home Nicholas Barnett Trophy for Second Win of Year

​The Harvard sailing team demonstrated its resilience this weekend, fighting through difficult conditions to secure another set of strong results at two regattas. Despite facing heavy rain and challenging, variable wind, the Crimson was able to collect a pair of top-ten finishes, including its second victory of the year.

Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Dominates Cornell at Home

With three goals in the first 35 minutes of play, the Crimson's offense picked apart the Big Red defense during Saturday's game.

Women's Rugby

BRIEF: Women's Rugby Puts Away Princeton Early

After falling to Dartmouth last weekend, the Crimson offense dominated the Tigers.

Women's Crew

Radcliffe Rowing Opens Fall Season at Head of the Housatonic

Throughout the day, the conditions were ideal for rowing—overcast, light breezes, and calm waters. In the women’s eight event, Radcliffe fielded seven boats, both lightweights and heavyweights. In this first event, three of Radcliffe’s crews finished in top ten positions with the varsity eight securing a fourth place finish in a time of 14:09 behind Brown and two Yale boats.

Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Beaten In Weekend Games At Penn, Princeton

­Over the past two years, the Harvard women’s volleyball team has dug itself into early-season holes, only to go on to win a share of the Ivy League championship both times.

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Clinches Late Victory Against Yale

​A light rain during Saturday night’s game at Jordan field gave way in the second half to a rousing comeback for the Harvard women’s soccer team.


Harvard Sailing Posts Strong Weekend Results

It was a busy weekend for the Harvard sailing team, with Crimson sailors competing at six regattas over two days.