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Record Breaker Deuel
Men's Crew

Rookie Rower Deuel Breaks the Lightweight Erg Half Marathon World Record

Drake Deuel broke the lightweight world record in the half-marathon on the erg, a 13.1 mile, or 21,097 meter, feat of fitness that bested the previous time by almost an entire minute.

Not Wasting Their Shot
Club Sports

Club Futsal Creates a Unique Space for Soccer Enthusiasts

Because futsal is open to anyone and allows everyone to play, it creates a pick-up style, recreational environment compared to the organized practices and drills of club sports. The structure also means that the people who take time out of their week to go play club futsal also happen to be extremely passionate about the sport.

The Good and the Bad Times
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey 2017-2018 Season Recap

“The season was basically characterized by learning curves,” said tri-captain forward Jake Horton. “It gave a lot of guys...that didn’t necessarily get those experiences over the past few years...the experience that they’re going to need to be great [next] season.”

Seniors, Take a Bow
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Seniors: Where Are They Headed?

Here’s a glimpse at what each member of the class of 2018 is doing in his life beyond Harvard hockey.

Quinn Peaks
Baseball

Golden State Mentality

The team is lined from top to bottom with Californians, 11 in fact. Meanwhile Yale and Princeton both claim only two players from the Golden State. The Crimson has built this this new-look baseball team on the grounds of ambitious recruiting, a newfound chemistry, and the adoption of new playing styles.

Final Four for Matty Fresh
Men's Basketball

Matt Fraschilla '17 Launches Coaching Career at Villanova

For a first-year graduate assistant coach like Fraschilla, the experience of making the Final Four has been, in his words, simply “unbelievable”.

Next Level, No Problem
Men's Ice Hockey

Ryan Donato's First Day as a Boston Bruin

In his NHL debut, the former Crimson iceman shone in front of family, friends, and hometown fans, registering a goal and two assists in the Bruins' 5-4 overtime loss.

That's a Wrap
Men's Ice Hockey

In Photos: Men's Hockey's 2017-2018 Regular Season

Relive the team's pre-playoff campaign with this chronological series of photos detailing Harvard's season thus far.

Coachin' Em Up
Softball

No Grit, No Glory

During the lengthy time Allard has spent at the helm, one will notice grit is one of the team’s ever-present themes, from preseason practices in the bubble, to the grind of the regular season, to postseason play.

Gathering Place
Baseball

Pitch Perfect

It’s hard to say that the Crimson has sky-high expectations for this spring, but it’s also hard to say that the team doesn’t expect to build upon the upwards trajectory that has been years in the making.

Cohesion
Softball

Redemption Tour

Despite earning second in the preseason poll and finishing as the Ivy League runner-up in consecutive years, Harvard has its sights set on an Ivy League Championship Series victory by season's end.

Dropping The Oars
Men's Crew

Oar d'Oeurves

After competing in several regattas in the fall, Harvard, a national force in crew, sets its sights on a successful dual meet and championship season in the spring.

En Garde!
Fencing

Target Touch

Since a loss at the hands of NYU in December, the Crimson has only continued to grow, defeating all teams that cross its path. Since that loss, the team has registered two major wins, one at the Beanpot, and the other at the Ivy League Championship.

Ready, Set, Go!
Track and Cross Country

Fresh Kicks

The days are getting longer and the sun is finally out. For most Harvard students, this means spring break is just around the corner. For the Crimson track and field teams however, this means that the covered domes and bubbles are being replaced with the open stadiums of the outdoor season.

Slotting it in
Men's Lacrosse

Cradling the Future

​Heading into the 2018 season, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team returns the bulk of its squad from last year, having graduated only five seniors. With a mix of strong leadership and talented underclassmen, the Crimson hopes to secure its first winning record since 2014.

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