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Photos and Video from the 132nd playing of The Game in New Haven, Connecticut.
Behind a stifling defense that shut out Yale for 42 straight minutes after an opening Bulldogs touchdown, the Crimson (9-1, 6-1 Ivy) cruised to a 38-19 victory over Yale (6-4, 3-4) in the 132nd edition of The Game.
Harvard’s loss to Penn in the penultimate game of the season opened the door for other Ivy contenders, but the Crimson has one last shot to earn a share of the Ivy crown. But in the 132nd edition of The Game, Yale would like nothing more than to play spoiler.
In a battle of previous unbeatens, No. 4/3 Quinnipiac handed the No. 7/6 Crimson its first loss of the year by a score of 4-1 Friday night in Hamden, Conn.
Needing a victory to secure a share of its third straight Ivy League championship, Harvard came up short in a football game for the first time since 2013, falling to Penn by a score of 35-25.
Harvard football experienced a scare from an unlikely opponent and received salvation from an unlikely source. The Crimson survived a late surge from Columbia to pull out a 24-16 victory, its 22nd straight win.
Yale freshman Joe Snively scored his second goal of the night with 35.8 seconds left in regulation to steal a 2-2 tie for the Bulldogs before a sellout crowd of 3,095 at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center on Friday.
Heading into the 2015-2016 campaign, the men's and women's ice hockey teams will look to repeat as ECAC tournament champions, while the men's and women's basketball teams aim to fill significant voids left by their departing stars.
Harvard completed a comeback from a 13-point fourth-quarter deficit to eke out a one-point victory over Dartmouth. With the win, the Crimson takes sole possession of first place in the Ivy League.
Two balloons—one orange, one black—escaped from a child’s hands in the Princeton stands and drifted up, up, and away.
The Crimson finished with 647 yards of total offense, scored at least 40 points for the sixth time in a row, and notched the program’s 20th consecutive victory.
The Crimson has taken the field five times in 2015. All five games have been Harvard routs, with an average margin of victory of 36 points. Halfway through its season, the undefeated Crimson hasn’t faced an opponent that can compete with the team for one quarter—let alone an entire game.
With thousands of fans on hand for the Head of the Charles regatta, the Harvard crew program will have the chance to showcase old and new talent over the weekend spectacle.
Forcing four turnovers, the Crimson rode a dominant defensive performance to a 40-3 victory over Cornell on Saturday.