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The Harvard men's ice hockey team will open its 115th season against a familiar foe on Saturday.
A disappointing campaign has left the Crimson hungry to return to its winning ways.
After successfully fighting through last season with a shoestring roster, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team enters the new year with the highest of goals.
The Harvard and Dartmouth football teams carry undefeated conference records into their Saturday clash in Hanover.
If Harvard beats undefeated Brown on Saturday, the team will face the winner of the Dartmouth-Princeton semifinal on Sunday.
The Crimson has won its last five non-conference games by a combined 11-goal margin.
Running back Paul Stanton and the Harvard ground game will face one of the country's most successful rush defenses at Princeton on Saturday.
Coming off successful 2013-2014 campaigns, the men’s heavyweight and lightweight crew teams are aiming to make big splashes this season. Their opportunity to do so begins at the Head of the Charles Regatta.
For the third straight year under coach Tim Murphy, the Harvard football team finds itself undefeated entering the fourth week of the season.
On Friday and Saturday, the Crimson will face off against two conference opponents in Ithaca and New York City.
Over its past 220 minutes of play, the defense of the Harvard women’s soccer team has done just about everything that a coach could ask for.
This Saturday, the Crimson faces a new challenge in Georgetown (2-3, 0-1 Patriot), an opponent Harvard has never played in its 141-year history.
After opening its conference season with a victory over Penn, the Crimson will host Yale at Soldiers Field on Saturday.
After defeating Yale for the first time since 2004 last season, Harvard looks to notch its first Ivy League win of the season Friday night against the Bulldogs.