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Three Things to Watch For in Sunday's Men's Lacrosse Final

With its upset win over Brown on Friday night, the men's lacrosse team sets out to match up against Yale on Sunday in the Ivy League Tournament Final.

Countering Fire
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Men's Volleyball Eyes Playoff Berth Ahead of Final Weekend

With matchups against Princeton and NJIT on tap this weekend, the Crimson could clinch an EIVA playoff spot or see its season end in disappointing fashion on its home court.

Ivy Tilt
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Men's Lacrosse Seeks First Win at Penn Since 2006

After earning an important 12-8 win over Cornell last weekend in Ithaca, N.Y., the Harvard men’s lacrosse team will stay on the road as it travels to Philadelphia for a Saturday afternoon showdown with Penn.

Dominating Dwyer
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Men's Lacrosse Looks to Rebound Against Cornell On the Road

In a game that went down to the wire last Wednesday night, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team (5-5, 1-1 Ivy League) ultimately fell to Albany by a final score of 10-9. This Saturday, after a weekend off, the Crimson looks to rebound from the narrow defeat as it faces off against Ancient Eight foe, Cornell (4-4, 1-2), on Schoellkopf Field in Ithaca, N.Y.

Up Against Bears and Lions
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Men's Tennis Looks to Pick Up Conference Victories

For a chance at redemption against the Lions and to start its conference season on a strong note, Harvard will need to learn from its otherwise rocky season and harness the momentum from its past three victories.

Battle For the Ivy League
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Women's Lacrosse to Take on Dartmouth at Home

Last weekend, a disallowed goal in the last minute of a close game handed the Harvard women’s lacrosse team a one-point loss against No. 10/11 Princeton. This Saturday, the Crimson looks to rebound as it faces Ivy League rival Dartmouth at Harvard Stadium.

Let's Dance
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Harvard, Boston College Set for First NCAA Tournament Clash

First-Round Preview: The Harvard men's hockey team's Friday night date with Boston College at Worcester’s DCU Center will be the programs’ 124th meeting since 1919 but just their first in an NCAA tournament.

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Men's Hockey To Face No. 2 Quinnipiac in ECAC Finals

Harvard and Quinnipiac will square off for the ECAC championship tonight in Lake Placid.

Semis Preview
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Harvard, St. Lawrence To Meet in ECAC Men's Hockey Semis

Preview: Tonight in Lake Placid, Harvard and St. Lawrence will fight for a spot in the ECAC championship game.

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Women's Basketball Travels to Hofstra for WNIT First Round Matchup

The Crimson has been invited to the WNIT for the sixth time in program history. No Harvard team, however, has ever progressed beyond the second round of any postseason competition.

This For Four
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Postseason Comes to Cambridge as Men's Hockey Hosts RPI

Since leagues award automatic bids to their tournament champions—teams that might not be ranked among the top 16—Harvard has little margin for error. A series loss this weekend would immediately place the Crimson’s season on life support.

Tongue and Cheek
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Men's Lacrosse Hoping to Bounce Back Against Penn State

This Saturday, the No. 7 Harvard men’s lacrosse team (4-1) looks to rebound as it faces off against Penn State (4-2) at Penn State Lacrosse Field. The last time the two teams faced off, the Crimson squad earned an early lead against the Nittany Lions, maintaining a close lead throughout most of the game before finally widening the margin at the end of the third quarter, resulting in an overall 12-9 victory.

Pipe City Pipeline
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Senior Standouts Look To Lead Men's Lacrosse to Bounce-Back Year

Now, the members of the senior class have set their sights on redemption, and ending their collegiate careers with another Ivy League regular season championship. If accomplished, it would make this class the first ever in school history to graduate with multiple conference titles.

Dethroning the Lions
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Men's Volleyball Seeks To Dethrone Penn State, Claim NCAA Berth

At 8-6 overall and 5-2 in conference play, Harvard stands at second in the EIVA. The Crimson has beaten St. Francis (then ranked No. 15 in the nation), Princeton (the only other Ivy school with a program), and George Mason (the squad that ended Harvard’s 2015 season).

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Old Faces, New Season

The Crimson enters 2016 with an experienced roster—an unusual asset for the program.