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Two Strong

Football Rolls Over Brown, 45-28, Thanks to Fearsome Defense

Harvard limited the Bears to nine rushing yards in the first half and scored a pick-six.

Bears Oh My

Football to Take on Brown in Home Opener

Last week, the Crimson kicked off the fall with a close loss to non-league opponent URI on the road. The team is already clamoring to get back onto the field to make up for a disappointing start to the season.

Not Cooped Up

Football Drops First Season Opener Since 2011

A year after drubbing Rhode Island, Harvard football fell on Saturday, 17-10, in Kingston, R.I. The Crimson accumulated 144 yards in the fourth quarter but could not score.

Eyes on the Prize

Football Opens 2017 Campaign at Rhode Island

Harvard has never lost to Rhode Island, and on Saturday, the team expects to cruise past the Rams. However, a new offensive line and the demons of the past may haunt the Crimson.

Captain Cha
Women's Soccer

Seniors Provide Lift in Overtime Win for Women's Soccer

Senior midfielder Dani Stollar provided the game-winner, heading in the golden goal in the 95th minute, while senior co-captain Caroline Chagares got the Crimson on the board in the first half. Freshman forward Murphy Agnew had a stellar game as well, chipping in two crosses for her first two career assists.

Flying Dutchwoman
Field Hockey

Field Hockey Falls to No. 2 Connecticut in Home Opener

Returning home after a West Coast trip, the No. 18 Harvard field hockey team faced off against No. 2 Connecticut in the Crimson’s home opener. The Huskies provided a stiff challenge, as Harvard fell 3-1.

Ali is the Greatest
Women's Soccer

Staunch Defense Leads Women's Soccer to Two Wins

“We knew we’d have to play Friday and Sunday, which we haven’t done all year, with one day’s rest,” Crimson coach Chris Hamblin said. “It was a new challenge in multiple ways for us."

Keys to the Kingdom
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Releases 2017-2018 Schedule

Kentucky, St. Mary's, and Minnesota highlight a challenging nonconference slate for Harvard. The Crimson will look to jump Princeton and Yale and secure its first NCAA Tournament berth since 2015.

Get Low
Men's Lacrosse

Men's Lacrosse Stuns League-Leading Yale with Comeback Win

Down 7-3 to a Yale team that hadn't lost in conference play, men's lacrosse ripped off a second-half run to tie. The game-winner came with just under three minutes left.

Back for More

Football Spring Game Previews Dominant Defense

“The big thing is that we have experience this year,” captain Luke Hutton said. “When you have guys that have played 10 games that are coming back, it’s huge for how well you’re going to play.”

Squaring Up
Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis Shares Ivy Championship with Cornell, Dartmouth

With a chance to win the title outright, Harvard fell to Penn, 4-3, on Sunday. The Crimson will share the championship with Cornell and Dartmouth, with the Big Green receiving the conference’s automatic NCAA Tournament bid by virtue of its victory over the Quakers (11-9, 4-3) on Saturday.

Touch 'Em All

Rain Suspends Baseball's Beanpot Championship with Boston College

Rain suspended the Harvard baseball team's Beanpot championship matchup with Boston College. When play is resumed, the Crimson will be trailing the Eagles 3-2 in the bottom of the fifth inning.

The Big McColl Up

Baseball Drops High-Scoring Series to Yale

Harvard baseball saw its four-game set with Yale explode into a veritable hit parade. A relatively mild 4-2 opener gave way to the two teams combining for 75 runs over the last three games—wreaking havoc on ERAs but providing for lively viewing.

Men's Ice Hockey

LIVE: Men's Hockey Battles UMD in NCAA Semis

With a trip to the national championship game on the line, the No. 2 Harvard men's hockey team is up against No. 3 Minnesota-Duluth. Follow the action live with The Crimson.

Harvard Heartbreak
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Drops Frozen Four Heartbreaker to Minnesota-Duluth

The Harvard men’s hockey team’s magical 2016-17 run—one that brought a program-record 16-game winning streak to the Frozen Four—came to an end Thursday night at the hands of Minnesota-Duluth.