Sports Features

Track and Cross Country

New Track Season Has Thomas Aiming High

Three and a half years ago, high school junior sprinter Gabby Thomas didn’t think she was going to make it as a college athlete. Two wildly successful NCAA seasons and an impressive array of records later, the Thomas now has her sights set on loftier goals: a NCAA national title and the 2020 Olympics.

What a Career
Football

NFL Prospect Watson Readies for Harvard Stadium

Opponents know where the ball is going. They have seen the film. They can strategize for weeks. And still, Watson collects his yards.

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Women's Ice Hockey

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Former Harvard captain Michelle Picard '15-'16 will anchor the Metropolitan Riveters' blueline in her sophomore NWHL season.

D'O goes Pro
Women's Ice Hockey

D'O goes Pro

Miye D'Oench, after leading the team in scoring her senior year, joined the NWHL's Metropolitan Riveters last year.

Stare Down
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Faces Long Road to the Palestra

The Ivy League tournament, which takes place in Philadelphia, has come to define Ancient Eight basketball—especially the way that Harvard coach Tommy Amaker approaches his team.

Young Blood
Men's Ice Hockey

New Year, Same Story: Men's Hockey Faces Roster Turnover

“It’s a new year. We lost a lot of great players, a lot of great leadership.” For the Harvard men’s hockey team, these words from coach Ted Donato ’91 are all too familiar. Each season, and especially the last two, the talent walking the stage in late May seems irreplaceable. And yet, the Crimson is starting to develop a knack for turning over its roster and staying competitive year in and year out.

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Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Feeds Players to the Pros

After decorated Crimson careers, a handful of women's hockey players have caught on with the NWHL and CWHL, two professional leagues.

Golf Feature
Features

Golfers Battle Inclement Weather Throughout Spring Season

With Boston snows hindering the outdoor practices of the golf teams, the group makes use of the school’s indoor facilities to prepare for the upcoming Ivy League Championships.

Hot Shot
Features

Malone Makes NHL Debut; Moy, Esposito Sign Pro Contracts

Less than 48 hours after Harvard bowed out of the Frozen Four, Malone received the opportunity of a lifetime—a chance to suit up for his hometown team, the Buffalo Sabres.

Baseball

A Glimpse at Harvard Baseball Alumni On the Road to the Show

For 10 former Crimson baseball players, life after Harvard has led to the same place—professional baseball. As the alumni take to diamonds around the globe, they are not only bolstering the Crimson name but also following dreams that, for some, date back to early childhood.

Jacks of all Trades
Sports Features

Jacks of all Trades

Basketball head coach Tommy Amaker and other coaches across Harvard athletics rely heavily upon the contributions of team managers, who work tirelessly to streamline team operations.

Jacks of all Trades
Sports Features

Team Managers Form an Indispensable Part of Harvard Athletics

For the Crimson’s baseball, basketball, cross country, squash, women’s tennis, track and field, and water polo teams, student managers are an integral cog in the machine.

Boehm and Company
Women's Basketball

Boehm Goes the Dynamite

Replacing graduated seniors is never an easy task. Filling the shoes of AnnMarie Healy ’16, a first team All-Ivy selection and the leading scorer for last year’s Harvard women’s basketball team, is even tougher.

He's Back, Swishes
Men's Basketball

After a Year-Long Hiatus, Siyani Chambers is Back

Chambers’ absence was felt on and off the court

New in Towns
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball's Best Recruiting Class in Program History Looks to Make Immediate Impact

Somehow though, come Thursday evening when the team tips off against MIT, seven Harvard freshmen—who comprise the 10th-best recruiting class in the nation—will all be wearing Crimson.