Looking to end a 23-year drought, Harvard will face off against BC in a clash of ranked teams in the first round of the Beanpot.
Heading into its first Ivy League back-to-back of the year, the Harvard men’s basketball team finds itself in a familiar place.
The Crimson will look to keep its offensive attack in tune in its Friday matchup against Princeton.
In what could end up being a season-defining slate of games, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team will welcome ECAC leaders No.4/4 Quinnipiac and No.9/9 Princeton to the Bright-Landry Hockey Center this weekend, looking to reassert itself as one of the dominant teams in the ECAC and the nation.
A little less than a year ago, the Crimson’s perfect season was dashed when the team fell to Princeton in the Tigers’ home pool to end up second at the 2015 Ivy League Championships. This weekend, Harvard will seek to erase the memory of last year’s disappointing finish when it returns to DeNunzio to take on Princeton and Yale in its final meet of the regular season.
After winning just its second true road game of the year, the Harvard men’s basketball team (9-8, 1-0 Ivy) will put its three-game winning streak on the line when it travels to Hanover to take on Dartmouth (6-9, 0-1) in the second half of its conference-opening home-and-home with the Big Green. Beat writer David Freed lists three things to watch.
In one of the most critical games of its season, the No. RV/9 Harvard women’s ice hockey squad (10-6-1, 7-5-1 ECAC) plays hosts to No. 1/1 Boston College (23-0-0, 16-0-0 Hockey East) at Bright-Landry, looking to break the Eagles prolific winning streak as well as its own two game losing streak.
The Harvard men’s basketball team (8-8) will try to make its way above .500 for the first time since the season’s first game Saturday against Howard (8-9). Beat writer David Freed highlights three things to watch as the Crimson go for its second road win of the season.
Fresh off two heartbreaking losses, the No. 7/8 Harvard men’s hockey team will take the ice against No 18/- St. Lawrence and Clarkson at home this weekend. Beat writer Kurt Bullard has three things to watch for.
With first-place Quinnipiac playing nonconference games this weekend, the No. 8/9 Crimson will look to pull closer to the top spot in the ECAC on the road against St. Lawrence and No. 5/5 Clarkson.
After winning its Ivy League opener, the Harvard men’s basketball team (7-8, 1-0) looks to get back to .500 in the final contest of its five-game homestand against Ryerson (7:00 EST). Beat writer David Freed has three things to watch for in the Crimson’s penultimate non-conference game of the year.
The Crimson will return to the Bright-Landry Hockey Center for the first time in two months for a clash with No. 11 Boston University Thursday night.
Men’s Basketball beat writer David Freed highlights three things to watch ahead of Harvard’s matinee with Vermont (2:00 PM EST). The Crimson (6-7) looks to get to .500 on the season after winning four of its last five games.
Up against Minnesota in the Gophers' home arena, the No. 7 Crimson seeks its first Mariucci Classic championship in school history tonight at 8 p.m. EST.
Following a dominant 69-51 victory over Auburn in the semifinals of the Hawaiian Airlines Diamond Head Classic, Harvard (5-6) will turn its attention to No. 3/2 Oklahoma (10-0) in the tournament championship game on Friday night (8:30 p.m., ESPN2). Men’s basketball beat writer Stephen Gleason analyzes the individual matchups in what may be the Crimson’s toughest game of the season.