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Donato at Union
Men's Ice Hockey

LIVE: M. Hockey Attempts to End Losing Skid Against Brown

After dropping three consecutive road games, the No. 6 Harvard men's hockey team returns home to the Bright-Landry Hockey Center to take on Brown. Follow the action live with The Crimson.

Dartmouth Goal
Men's Ice Hockey

Eight-Goal Explosion Helps Dartmouth Deal Men's Hockey Third Straight Loss

HANOVER, N.H. — Dartmouth could have won a batting title for its offensive efficiency against No. 6 Harvard, exploding for eight goals on just 24 shots to hand the stumbling Crimson yet another stunning defeat—this one by a final score of 8-4.

Men's Ice Hockey

LIVE: Men's Hockey Aims to Rebound at Dartmouth

Dartmouth 8, Harvard 4.​

Use The Force
Men's Ice Hockey

Union Adds to ECAC Lead With 2-1 Win Over No. 2 M. Hockey

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — In a matchup of the ECAC’s two most prominent contenders, Union scored once in the second and again in the third, pulling out a 2-1 victory that pushes the Dutchmen six points ahead of Harvard in the league standings.

Frozen Fenway
Women's Ice Hockey

Frozen Fenway

In photos: Harvard Women's Hockey takes on Boston College under the lights of Fenway Park.

Freezing Rain, Frozen Fenway
Women's Ice Hockey

Amid Adverse Conditions, Women's Ice Hockey Drops Frozen Fenway Game to Boston College

The Crimson's 3-1 loss was played under the lights inside America's favorite ballpark.

Taking the Leede
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Knocks off Dartmouth in Conference Opener, 74-58

In its Ancient Eight opener, the Crimson flashed its defensive prowess with a balanced offensive performance to defeat Dartmouth with a 74-58 victory.

Emperor Krusko
Men's Ice Hockey

Power Play Erupts Again as No. 4 Men's Hockey Tops Quinnipiac

In the second period, the Crimson man advantage struck three times in 44 seconds, including twice on consecutive 5-on-3s, breaking open a one-all game and providing enough cushion for the hosts to skate to a 5-2 victory—their first against the Bobcats since the 2015 postseason.

Rise and Fire
Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Topples Unbeaten Buffalo for Tourney Title, 11th Straight Win

Harvard will head into conference play in 2017 following one of the best starts in recent program history.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Pushes Win Streak to 10

​In the team’s second appearance in the Fordham Holiday Classic, the Harvard women’s basketball team has again advanced to the championship game with its 79-61 victory over UNC Asheville at the Rose Hill Gymnasium in The Bronx, N.Y.

ECAC Opportunities

After 23-Year Dry Spell, Harvard Hockey Will Finally Top ECAC

Quinnipiac's stranglehold on the ECAC has all but evaporated, which means one thing. For the first time in 23 years, Harvard is going to retrieve its crown as regular season champion.

No. 179
Men's Basketball

Tommy Amaker Becomes Winningest Coach in Harvard Men's Basketball History With 74-66 Win Over BC

On Wednesday night at Conte Forum, Amaker added another notch on his belt as a 74-66 win over the Eagles gave the 10th-year head coach the most victories in program history with 179. Amaker passed his predecessor, Frank Sullivan, who led Harvard to 178 victories over 16 seasons in Cambridge.

Run This Town(s)
Men's Basketball

Towns Scores 24 as Men's Hoops Holds Off Northeastern, 86-80

Freshman forward Seth Towns’s name may be splashed across the box score from Tuesday night’s 86-80 victory over Northeastern for the Harvard men’s basketball team, but the win actually showed how dangerous Harvard’s depth can be.

Oh Moy
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Makes Statement in North Country, Halting Two Streaking Contenders

In upstate New York, the eighth-ranked Crimson delivered two powerful punches this weekend, snapping nine- and eight-game unbeaten streaks belonging to No. 19 St. Lawrence and Clarkson, respectively.

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Drops Third Straight Contest Against George Washington

One of Harvard coach Tommy Amaker’s mantras is to focus on the first and last four minutes of each half. By winning those four four-minute segments of the game, the team can gain and carry momentum. On Tuesday night against George Washington, however, one particular four-minute segment put the Crimson in a hole it could not climb out of.