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Either the Crimson or the Big Green could clinch the North Division title this weekend.
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In conference play, Harvard will need more clutch hitting, especially if it hopes to overtake Dartmouth and Penn in the Ivy League standings.
Although the Harvard baseball team heads into Ivy League play with a losing record, the Crimson has clinched more victories in fewer games this season as compared to this time last year.
For Harvard, a clean slate will begin on Friday, as the Crimson travels to Princeton to take on the Tigers in a doubleheader.
After a wild 20-19 game last season, the two teams begin their Ivy League seasons in a Saturday doubleheader at Princeton’s Clarke Field.
Harvard will face Iona College, a team it has not played for 20 years, on Thursday night. The trip to New Rochelle, N.Y. marks the third consecutive season that the Crimson has advanced to the WNIT.
While many of their classmates will head home to relax over spring break, the Harvard women’s water polo players will travel across the country to California for 11 games, all of which will be against schools from the Golden State.
After a fast start, Harvard softball coach Jenny Allard’s squad will look to continue to breakthrough during spring break in the final leg of its opening nonconference stretch.
For both the Harvard and Brown men's lacrosse teams, this Saturday’s game carries the same weight as the teams' contest did a year ago: beat a conference rival, set the tone in the Ivy League, and get in position for a postseason run.
The Harvard men's basketball team can clinch its third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament with a win in New Haven or Providence this weekend.
The Harvard rugby team (6-2, 5-1 Ivy) has accomplished a lot in the past year. But it doesn’t plan on stopping anytime soon. The No. 11 Crimson will continue its inaugural varsity season outside the Ancient Eight this spring
For senior Kyle Casey and co-captain Brandyn Curry, this Friday’s Senior Night against Cornell might mean a little bit more.
Last season, the Penn-Princeton road weekend nearly derailed the Harvard men’s basketball team’s entire season. This season, the stakes are still high.