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Alli All In
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Women's Soccer to Open Ivy League Play Against Visiting Quakers

Harvard begins its defense of the Ivy League championship title as it takes on visiting Penn on Saturday afternoon.

Bears Oh My
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Football to Take on Brown in Home Opener

Last week, the Crimson kicked off the fall with a close loss to non-league opponent URI on the road. The team is already clamoring to get back onto the field to make up for a disappointing start to the season.

Eyes on the Prize
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Football Opens 2017 Campaign at Rhode Island

Harvard has never lost to Rhode Island, and on Saturday, the team expects to cruise past the Rams. However, a new offensive line and the demons of the past may haunt the Crimson.

Force Up Front
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Force Up Front

Now-junior forward Alli Wiggins looks to play the ball through mid-field in last October’s match versus Yale. The Methuen, Mass., product started 10 games for the Crimson last season, helping her team finish at 10-4-3 before bowing out of the NCAA tournament to No. 22 Rutgers.

Sailing at Full Mast
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Sailing at Full Mast

The Harvard sailing team will brave the cold on the Charles once again this year, getting its sea legs down for the fall season. The Crimson is confident in its incoming talent this season, as it looks to piece together individual performance and string it into wins.

Sailing at Full Mast
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Sailing Looks to Individual Performance for Team Success

​Collegiate sailing is an elusive sport. While water polo and swimming find comfort in a heated pool, the Harvard sailing team braves the cold and unforgiving outdoor waters. The team must embrace the elements, for the wind and water determine whether they will succeed—or fail.

Force Up Front
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Women’s Soccer Prepares For Grueling Week Ahead

The next five days for the Harvard women’s soccer team will perhaps be a test of two things: endurance and the ability to fine-tune. Can the Crimson squad, sitting on a 4-2 record for the year, pull through a grueling stretch of three games in five days while continuing to dutifully prepare for the quickly-approaching Ivy League conference play?

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Field Hockey Confident, Not Complacent in Defending Ivy Title

“I think that the success from last year gave us the confidence to know that we are good enough to compete very strongly in the Ivy League, and even nationally,” co-captain Ellie Cookson said. “However, we are not going to become complacent."

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Men's Soccer to Travel to Rhode Island to Take On Providence

The third time might be the charm for the Harvard men’s soccer team (0-2, 0-0 Ivy League), which is still on the hunt for its first win of the season after being shut out twice during its opening weekend.

Home Opener
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BRIEF: Men's Soccer Set to Begin Season Against Xavier

This non-conference match will be the first test of strength and a time to work out any kinks for the Crimson, which will be led by co-captains and defenders Eric Gylling and Justin Crichlow.

To the Frozen Four
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Harvard, Minnesota-Duluth to Meet at Frozen Four in Chicago

A spring spotlight has been cast in the direction of Cambridge because for the first time in decades, the Harvard men’s hockey team has a game to play in the month of April—perhaps even two.

Gaze of Glory
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Men’s Hockey Seeks First NCAA Tournament Win in 23 Years

In order to share any pedestals with the boys of ’89, No. 2 Harvard (26-5-2, 16-4-2 ECAC) first must do something it has accomplished just once since its national championship run: win an NCAA tournament game.

Aiming For Viktory
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Providence Awaits Men’s Hockey in NCAA Opener

Now, for the third straight year and the fifth time under coach Ted Donato ’91, it’s NCAA tournament time for the Crimson with the ultimate prize on the line—a national championship. But just 60 minutes of hockey could put an abrupt end to Harvard’s memorable ride.

Eliminating the Elis
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Inaugural Ivy Tournament Pits Men's Basketball Against Yale in First Round Game

​Harvard. Yale. The Palestra. Coach Tommy Amaker has been there before--playing a do-or-die game against the Bulldogs in a playoff scenario. Though this year represents the inaugural Ivy League Tournament, the Crimson’s first round matchup mimics a 2015 playoff scenario where Harvard and the Elis played a one-game playoff in order to determine who would take the league’s automatic bid to the NCAA Tournament.

On Your Mark!
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Preview: Four Harvard Athletes to Compete at NCAA Championships

Following an historic Ivy League Heptagonal Championship, the Harvard women’s track and field team will travel to College Station as Texas A&M hosts the NCAA Indoor Championships this Friday. Representing the Crimson in the two-day event will be senior Nikki Okwelogu, sophomore Gabby Thomas, and freshmen Zoe Hughes and Judy Pendergast.