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Harvard (21-12-3, 11-8-3 ECAC) enters the tournament hot, having gone 6-1 in the ECAC Tournament that spanned the last three weekends. Junior Jimmy Vesey set a tournament record with nine goals in the team’s seven games en route to being named the tourney’s Most Outstanding Player. The Crimson outscored its opponents 25-15 in its run for the team’s first conference championship since 2006.
The former Harvard defenseman, captain, and third-round draft pick was called up from the Charlotte Checkers to play his first NHL game on Thursday night.
With Harvard's NCAA Frozen Four semifinal matchup against crosstown foe Boston College less than a day away, The Back Page presents some of the key quotes from Thursday afternoon's press conference in Minneapolis.
Men’s basketball beat writer David Freed looks at the five things Harvard needs to do to pull off the upset.
In anticipation of the Harvard men’s basketball team’s second-round NCAA Tournament game against North Carolina, The Back Page takes a look at five of the other things to do in Jacksonville while waiting for the Crimson to tip off.
No other team—including all of the 15 and 16 seeds—had two starters ranked among the worst 10.
Before the Crimson kick off its fourth consecutive NCAA Tournament campaign Thursday in Jacksonville, Fla., The Back Page takes a look at what online prediction markets are saying about the Crimson’s chances.
A press release from the Ivy League today announced when the Harvard and Yale men's basketball teams will play for a trip to the NCAA tournament.
While junior Colin Blackwell took Athlete of the Week honors this week, hockey players Sarah Edney, Jimmy Vesey, Miye D'Oench and wrestler David Ng also provided standout performances.
After starting its New York road trip with a loss to Cornell, the Crimson looks to bounce back against Columbia.
The 26-year-old defenseman for the Vancouver Canucks became the 26th Harvard hockey alum to play in the NHL after learning hours before the Canucks’ home contest with the Minnesota Wild that he would make his first career start.
With three straight losses last week, the Harvard men’s ice hockey team is officially on the bubble.
Senior Wesley Saunders dominated on the basketball court, but several other Crimson athletes contributed particularly noteworthy performances this week as well.
Announced Sunday, the 63rd Annual Beanpot will be pushed back a day, now beginning Tuesday instead of Monday.
With the delay of the Beanpot due to winter weather, Harvard can hope the extra time will let injured players like sophomore Sean Malone rest in preparation for this week's competition.