The Harvard men’s hockey team has yet to string together two wins in a row this season. The Crimson looks to change that trend and return to .500 this weekend when it faces conference rivals Brown and No. 8 Yale on Friday and Saturday night in its last conference matches of 2013.
In a sea of fans dressed in white, the Crimson women’s hockey team will hope to stand out against fellow Boston foe Boston College (12-4-1, 7-1 WHEA). Coming off several convincing wins, Harvard is looking to continue its winning ways in front of a large home crowd as it heads into the winter break.
After St. John’s snapped its six-game winning streak in a loss last weekend, the Harvard women’s basketball team will have motivation to make a strong showing at the Arizona State Classic in Phoenix, Ariz., this weekend.
After traveling over 4,500 miles to play its last game, the Harvard men’s basketball team’s (7-1) Wednesday tilt against Northeastern (2-5) will provide a change of pace.
On Wednesday evening, former Bruin and NHL legend Bobby Orr will be in Cambridge to sign copies of his achievement-filled autobiography. Merely a short walk across the river on that same night, the Harvard men’s ice hockey team and the Boston College Eagles will vie for achievements of their own in the crosstown matchup.
After outscoring their first three opponents by an average of 28 points, the Harvard men’s basketball team (3-0) shouldn’t see much standing in the way of another victory in Wednesday’s home game against Bryant (2-1), except a transfer from the Ivy League.
The Crimson (2-0) will take on the Bison (2-1) at Lavietes Pavilion. Starting off the season in undefeated fashion, Harvard is looking to continue its recent hot play.
Harvard welcomes Boston University to Lavietes Pavilion for its home opener on Wednesday evening.
After opening its season victorious under the bright lights of TD Garden, the Harvard men’s basketball team will return home to Lavietes Pavillion on Tuesday night.
Last week, the Harvard football team suffered its first defeat of the season at the hands of Princeton in triple overtime. It may not get much easier for the Crimson this Saturday when Dartmouth comes to town.
Coming off of a vital weekend triumph over Ivy opponent Brown, the Harvard men’s soccer team will look for its third consecutive win on Tuesday. The Crimson (3-6-2, 2-1-0 Ivy) will take on cross-town rival Boston College (5-5-2, 3-4-1 ACC) in what could be Harvard’s first victory against the Eagles since 2009.
Since 2002, the Harvard football team has gone 9-1 against Lafayette. In the two teams’ most recent meeting, the Crimson only surrendered a field goal.
“Three-peat.” That is the word that the Harvard men’s lightweight crew team has carried with it since the close of last year’s season.
Both teams will now compete in the famed Head of the Charles Regatta this weekend. This regatta will pit them against some of the toughest competition of the fall racing season and provide a barometer of their prospects for the longer spring season.
The Harvard women’s soccer team will look to do something that no other team has been able to do thus far this season: score against Boston University at Nickerson Field. The Crimson (6-3-1, 2-0-0 Ivy) will face perhaps its toughest opponent on Tuesday night, as it heads across the river to play the Terriers (8-3-1, 3-1-0 Patriot) in its final non-conference match-up.