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Men's Water Polo

No. 14 Men's Water Polo Slots Two Victories in Successful Weekend

​No. 14 men’s water polo went a perfect 2-0 on the weekend, pulling out two victories in two very close games. Saturday afternoon, the Crimson defeated No. 15 Brown 11-10 in overtime. Its success rolled over into the second game of the day, defeating crosstown rival MIT 10-8. Harvard improved its record to 11-4 this season and 3-2 in conference play.

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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.

Notebooks

Notebook: Football Drops Sloppy Contest to Cornell

Cornell sits deep in upstate New York. For miles there is nothing but trees and hills until there is suddenly a tall concrete parking garage. Atop that garage sits the the Big Red’s windy football field.

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.

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Women's Volleyball

Women’s Volleyball Splits Against Princeton, Penn

In the first-to-three points structure that is college volleyball, games can last as short as one hour or as long as three hours. The Harvard women’s volleyball team (9-5, 4-1 Ivy League) saw both extremes this weekend, as it finished as the beneficiaries of a long five-set victory against Penn (7-7, 2-3) while suffering a quick three-set loss against Princeton.

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Women's Rugby

Dartmouth Hands Women’s Rugby First Loss of Season

On a warm Saturday afternoon at Mignone field, the No. 4 Harvard Radcliffe women’s rugby team (3-1-1, 1-1 Ivy) was unable to mount a comeback against the No. 1 Dartmouth College team in a 39-10 loss.

Murphy's Law
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Earns First Ivy League Win Against Cornell

​12 games into the season, the upstart freshman duo of Murphy Agnew and Lauren Raimondo had shown signs of budding chemistry on the front line, but had yet to link up for a goal. That all changed on Saturday, when the Harvard women’s soccer team traveled to Cornell for a conference showdown.

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Triple Team

Senior cornerback Raishaun McGhee, with help from two teammates, attempts to stop a URI player during its Saturday loss.

Rallying
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Rallying

Harvard seen in action during its annual Chowderfest. The Crimson hosted teams from around the Northeast for its season opener.

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Tragic Injury, Offensive Struggles Mar Season Opener

The Crimson came into the season’s inaugural matchup with history on its side. Not only had Harvard never lost to the Rams, but also the Crimson had won the past two matchups by at least 30 points.

Rallying
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Men’s Tennis Has Strong Start to Season at Chowder Fest

This past weekend, the Harvard men’s tennis team opened its fall play with the annual Chowder Fest tournament at home. The Crimson hosted Buffalo, Notre Dame, and Wisconsin at the Beren Tennis Center throughout the three-day tournament.

Ivy League Athletic Revenues
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Ivy League Athletic Revenues