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In a final stop before the first round of the Beanpot Monday, the Harvard men’s ice hockey team (12-4-2, 8-3-2 ECAC) will host defending NCAA champion Union (12-10-2, 4-7-1) at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
The Crimson looks to bounce back from a devastating loss to Dartmouth at Lavietes by sweeping the Killer P's, Princeton, and Penn on the road this weekend.
Trailing Quinnipiac by four points for the ECAC lead, the Crimson will need to rediscover its scoring touch this weekend if it wants to keep pace with the Bobcats. But standing in Harvard’s way is a longtime rival and yet another nationally ranked opponent.
The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on as Harvard looks to maintain its perfect home record against Dartmouth.
Harvard will take the road again in its final nonconference matchup of the season Tuesday night against Bryant. The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on.
While Harvard sits in second place in the ECAC, the Crimson has its work cut out for it this weekend against Clarkson and St. Lawrence, who lurk closely behind, as both squads are tied for fourth place in the conference.
The 2014 season was full of major accomplishments for the Crimson. But this year, with an abundance of new faces, Harvard looks to do something it could not do last season—return to the EIVA finals.
The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on as Harvard, winners of three straight following back-to-back road losses, takes on its crosstown rival in its penultimate non-conference matchup.
The Harvard men’s basketball team (9-3) righted the ship Monday with a 46-point thrashing of Saint Rose—the team’s largest-ever victory under coach Tommy Amaker—but faces a bigger challenge in Hanover, NH as it starts conference play Saturday against Dartmouth.
Looking to improve on a seven-game winning streak, the No. 3/3 Harvard men’s hockey team will trade the confines of its Allston home for Madison Square Garden on Saturday night, when the Crimson faces No. 19/- Yale in the second edition of the Rivalry On Ice game.
The Back Page takes a look at the three main things to keep your eye on as Harvard aims to kick off 2015 with a victory over Saint Rose, a team that has never faced a Division I opponent in regular season competition.
With the Crimson struggling offensively, the team will look to co-captain Steve Moundou-Missi to lead its defense against Grand Canyon.
The Harvard men's hockey team will try to do something it hasn't done since March 2004 on Tuesday.