Game Stories

Dominant D
Field Hockey

Field Hockey Drops 13-Game Ancient Eight Win Streak

Saturday’s matchup between No. 15 Harvard and No. 14 Princeton likely determined the Ivy League title winner. In the defensive battle, where neither team recorded more than ten shots, the Tigers took the match, 3-0.

Boats and Rows
Men's Crew

Lightweight Crew Teams Medal in Head of the Charles Regatta

Harvard boats posted impressive all-around performances in both the men’s and women’s categories, collectively taking home some bronze medals, along with a fourth place finish.

Ice Ice Haley
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Downs Dartmouth in Season Opener

Four different Harvard skaters scored during the team's 4-1 rout of Dartmouth at its season opener. Power-plays opened up several key opportunities for the Crimson on the night.

Sports Briefs

BRIEF: Women’s Soccer Suffers Worst Conference Loss Since 2006

After a close first half, Harvard fell to Princeton 6-1, resulting in the Crimson’s worst loss since a 7-0 defeat to UCLA in the 2014 NCAA Tournament. In conference play, it is the worst margin the team has suffered since a 5-0 loss to Princeton in 2006.

Men's Soccer

Men’s Soccer Ties Fourth Game of the Season to Princeton

Harvard men’s soccer finished in a 1-1 draw for the second weekend in a row, unable to secure the victory over Princeton. The Tigers got on the board first after 77 minutes of play. Seven minutes later, sophomore forward Philip Hausen found the back of the net to tie it up.

Women's Tennis

Women’s Tennis Competes in the ITA Northeast Regional Championships

The Harvard women’s tennis team competed in the ITA Northeast Regional Championships in Philadelphia, Pa over the weekend. The most impressive play from Crimson team was doubles pair Ringblom and Li, who reached the semifinals.

Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Sweeps Dartmouth

Harvard completed the season sweep over Dartmouth, taking all three sets this weekend against the Big Green on the road. Now tied for second, the win keeps the Crimson in the mix for a piece of the Ivy League title.

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Defeated by Brown, 1-0

Fighting back against a wave of injuries and illnesses, Harvard wasn’t able to shift into the proper offensive gear against Brown.

Back on Track

Notebook: Football Rights the Ship With Trouncing of Lafayette

​After losing to Cornell last week, Harvard football needed to make a statement. Against Lafayette on Saturday, the Crimson did just that.

Men's Crew

Harvard Crew Teams Encouraged by Performance at Season Opener

Making its season debut Saturday at the Head of the Housatonic regatta, the Harvard men’s lightweight crew emerged with some auspicious results.


Women's Tennis Posts Strong Performance at Yale Bulldog Invitational

There was no haven to be found. And yet, they persevered, putting forth strong performances against productive players. Competing against relatively familiar competition at the Yale Bulldog invitational in Brown, Dartmouth, and UMass Amherst, the Harvard women’s tennis team continued to grind its way through the early portion of their fall season.

Line of Attack
Women's Rugby

Line of Attack

Harvard mounts an offensive attack against Dartmouth on Saturday in an attempt to respond to points the Big Green had made.

One on One
Women's Volleyball

One on One

Junior co-captain Christina Cornelius prepares to provide backup as freshman outside hitter Mindie Mabry makes a play against conference rival Cornell during its 3-1 win on Sept. 29. The team has a near perfectIvy League record, with only one loss.The team remains well positionedto claim an Ivy title, there is now less room for error than before.

Earn the Ball
Men's Soccer

Earn the Ball

Freshman defender/forward Rory Conway leaps up to settle a 50/50 ball against an opponent from the University of New Hampshire. The rookie started for the third time this season, and recorded one of the Crimson’s shots on goal.

Earn the Ball
Men's Soccer

Cornell Defeats Men’s Soccer in 1-0 Away Contest

“Past performance is not indicative of future results”: so often seen in the fine print of historical financial data, the phrase applied in Saturday’s soccer game. In its penultimate road match of the season, the Harvard men’s soccer team (2-6-2, 1-1 Ivy League) faced off against a team it had not lost to since 2012, including a 4-0 route in 2016.