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The Crimson’s ranking in the USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine poll is the team’s highest recorded in the USCHO's online records.
After a closer-than-expected win over MIT to start the season and an unexpected loss against Holy Cross, it is safe to say that the Harvard men’s basketball team has righted the ship.
The Crimson will look to continue protecting home-court advantage when it takes on Houston Tuesday night at Lavietes Pavilion.
Four days after a 58-57 loss to Holy Cross knocked the Harvard men’s basketball team (1-1) out of the Top 25, the Crimson will retake the court against the Florida Atlantic Owls Thursday night (8:00 P.M., Lavietes Pavilion).
A day after learning that ESPN’s College GameDay would set up shop in Cambridge for the annual Harvard-Yale game, the Crimson was promoted to No. 14 in the FCS Coaches’ Poll.
Break out your paint, markers, colored pencils, and posters. College GameDay is coming to The Game.
After the Harvard men’s basketball team (1-0) opened its season with a 21-point win over Cambridge neighbor MIT, it faces a stiffer challenge Sunday against Holy Cross in the Coaches v. Cancer tripleheader.
While Corinne Bain’s performance this weekend was impressive, several other Crimson athletes contributed in major ways to victories this past week:
As the fall semester and the NFL season approach their midway points and the NHL and NBA regular seasons begin, it’s time to check up on three Harvard alums playing professionally.
Both the event’s theatrics and personalities were out in full force, with a dose of basketball thrown in among the assorted skill contests for good measure.
Members of the United States men’s national soccer team practiced at Ohiri Field on Monday in the first of three days of training at Harvard’s facilities.