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The Crimson bounced back from a close loss to archrival Yale over the weekend to emerge victorious in Thompson Arena, 2-0.
Competing on the Thames River this past weekend, Harvard finished with an 11th place result.
With 4.8 seconds left Tuesday night, Harvard had one final chance to finish off Boston University. But the horn sounded without the Crimson getting a shot off.
The Harvard women's basketball team won its sixth straight home opener, defeating the Colgate Raiders, 68-53.
Leading the Crimson with an 18th place finish at the NCAA Northeast Regionals this weekend, junior Tom Purnell was awarded an at-large individual bid from the NCAA committee.
Kicking off a five-game road stint, the Crimson couldn’t finish off a win in a pair of overtime contests, settling for a tie on Friday against Clarkson and dropping a 5-4 decision against St. Lawrence the following evening.
The Crimson claimed victory in its first meet of the season, earning nine first-place finishes to top the Big Red, 169-131, and the Big Green, 246-54, at Blodgett Pool.
The Crimson dropped only one set on the weekend to clinch a share of the Ancient Eight title, finishing off Columbia in straight sets on Friday and ending the regular season with a 3-1 win against Cornell on Saturday.
The Yale men's ice hockey team broke a scoreless stalemate after 46 minutes and held on to give Harvard its first loss of the season.
Penn didn’t make it easy for the Crimson on Saturday, but running back Paul Stanton came through time and time again for the visitors, and Harvard left Franklin Field with a 34-24 win and its own Ancient Eight crown.
With 10.9 seconds left in the game, the ball was right where coach Tommy Amaker wanted it. It was in senior wing Wesley Saunders’s hands, with Harvard down one to local foe Holy Cross.
Two goals apiece from sophomore Tyler Moy and junior Brian Hart propelled the Harvard men's ice hockey team to a 6-2 win at home.
A late first half surge helped the Harvard men's basketball team cruise to a win in its season opener.
Sophomore forward Alex Kerfoot scored three goals as the Crimson (2-0-2, 1-0-2 ECAC) defeated No. 8 Boston College, 6-3, at Conte Forum.