Sports Front Feature
Harvard's 10-year wait for an Ivy League title will continue at least a little longer, as Yale knocked off the Crimson, 2-1, in a physical battle at Ingalls Rink on Saturday.
The words Latino and Harvard are not immediately thought to be synonymous with football, let alone the crown jewel of the NFL season. But in its 50th rendition, the Super Bowl will have a healthy dose of both thanks to Alvaro Martin ’84.
Facing the top-ranked Eagles, it took just over four minutes for the Crimson to find itself down on the scoreboard. It was the beginning of a slippery slope for Harvard.
Sophomore goaltender Merrick Madsen stopped 30 of the 33 shots he faced, but it was ultimately not enough as Harvard fell to BC, 3-2, in a Beanpot semifinal.
In recent years, a trip to the Beanpot final has been ever so elusive for the No. 7/7 Harvard men’s hockey team. This February proved no different.
Looking to end a 23-year drought, Harvard will face off against BC in a clash of ranked teams in the first round of the Beanpot.
After wasting a 20-point lead at home Saturday night, the five-time defending champions are now three games back of undefeated Yale and Columbia.
Despite coming back from a 15-point deficit at halftime and a 24-point effort by junior forward Zena Edosomwan, the Harvard men’s basketball team dropped its second consecutive conference matchup to Cornell Friday night, 77-65.
A year away has turned the five-time defending champion into the hunted and not the Ivy favorite—a title shared by school rivals Princeton and Yale.
With a goal and three assists over the weekend, senior forward Colin Blackwell earned his first four-point weekend since 2012, when he logged four assists in the ECAC tournament semifinals against none other than the rival Big Red.
In the latest installment of college hockey's most historic rivalry, No. 9/8 Harvard upended No. 10/10 Cornell, 6-2, in front of a capacity crowd at Lynah Rink on Saturday.
Each member of the Crimson first line found the back of the net Friday night, lifting No. 9/8 Harvard to a 4-2 win over Colgate in Hamilton, N.Y.
The Harvard men's basketball team (9-8) won for just the second time in seven road games.
Ray Leone has resigned from his position as the Branca Family Head Coach for Harvard Women’s Soccer to accept a job as head coach of the University of Maryland women’s soccer team.
Behind three goals in less than five minutes from co-captain Jimmy Vesey, the No. 7/8 Crimson came from behind to beat No. 18/- St. Lawrence on Friday by a score of 3-2.