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From Way Down Town
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Men's Basketball Opens Season at Home Against MIT, UMass

Come Friday, the Crimson begins its trek to redemption at Lavietes against MIT. While Harvard’s starting lineup is still anyone’s guess, one thing is for certain: the Crimson’s sophomore class will be at the center of the team’s success.

Executing the Draw
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Football Prepares for Penn in Must-Win Home Finale

Harvard finds itself in a spot few thought that it would be after the first few games of the season: vying for the division's top spot.

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Women's Ice Hockey Readies to Clash with ECAC Foes

After downing Dartmouth and Princeton earlier this season, Harvard takes on Brown and Yale this weekend.

Road Warriors
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Road Warriors

Harvard will kick off the road portion of its schedule with a weekend trip to upstate New York. Saturday's showdown with Cornell marks the start of the Crimson's most challenging stretch of games all season.

Mob Mentality
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Mob Mentality

Like last year (pictured here), Harvard expects to see a ferocious crowd at Lynah Rink on Saturday.

Road Warriors
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Preview: Men's Hockey Prepares for Stingy Goaltending, Intense Atmospheres, and Flying Fish in First Road Weekend of Season

If you want to hang with the best teams, you have to be able to play in their rinks. The Harvard men’s hockey team certainly considers itself among the NCAA’s elite—so does the USCHO poll, in which the Crimson ranks fifth this week. And now, Harvard will have a chance to justify this ranking as it takes to the road for a program-record nine straight contests. The new-look 2017-2018 squad will visit Colgate and No. 14/12 Cornell in a pair of conference matchups.

Keep the Goals Comin'
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Keep the Goals Comin'

The Crimson hopes to be celebrating just this like all season. While on the road, Harvard will rely on its dynamic offensive talent, headed by junior Ryan Donato (#16), to carry its scoring in hostile away rinks.

Down the Line
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Down the Line

Harvard will savor its final pair of games at home before hitting the road for nine straight. The Bright-Landry Hockey Center was kind to the Crimson last year, as the senior-led squad boasted a 13-0-2 record there.

Philip Him the Bird
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Men's Soccer Looks to Play Spoiler in New York

Effectively removed from Ivy League title contention, the men’s soccer team will travel on Sunday to No. 25 Columbia in search of its second conference win in its final road match up.

Taylor Made
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Football's Division Title Hopes on the Line Against Columbia

Last week, the football team extended a long winning streak against a conference opponent. This Saturday, the Crimson must do the same against Columbia to remain relevant in this year's edition of the Ivy League title race.

Lew for Two
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Lew for Two

Sophomore forward Chris Lewis will anchor the Crimson frontcourt this season, alongside fellow second-years Henry Welsh, Robert Baker, and captain Chris Egi.

Taking Him to Towns
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Taking Him to Towns

The talented sophomore class is spearheaded by offensive weapons Bryce Aiken and Seth Towns (pictured above), the two leading returning scorers for the Crimson.

Taking Him to Towns
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Talented Sophomores Lead Men's Basketball with 'Ton of Vengeance'

Eight months after falling to Yale in the Ivy League tournament, the Crimson is hungry. Sophomores Bryce Aiken and Seth Towns return as major scoring threats.

Down the Line
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Men's Hockey's Braces for Historic Road Stretch

In 62 seasons at Bright-Landry, never once has the Crimson ventured away from its home ice for more than eight consecutive contests—until now. This season, Harvard’s slate includes a nine-game streak of away contests.

Team Sport
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Women's Ice Hockey Starts Strong in Rebound Season

Coming off an atrocious 5-19-5 campaign, Harvard has racked up two wins already thanks to new leaders and a batch of skilled youngsters.