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On a chilly Sunday afternoon, the Radcliffe crew team rowed to a runner-up finish and three additional top-10 finishes.
Two big plays from junior receiver Andrew Fischer and one from junior running back Paul Stanton have the Harvard football team up 17-0 over Lafayette at halftime.
When longtime freshman men’s lightweight crew coach Linda Muri left her position to lead the Dartmouth women’s squad, volunteer assistant coach Ian Accomando stepped up.
Jacob D.H. Feldman can't write a good sports story.
Buoyed by strong defensive play all game long that held the Big Red scoreless for 56 minutes, Harvard ultimately had enough to overcome its early struggles and earn its second conference victory of the season.
Jacob Feldman previews this week's games and explains why Cornell doesn't belong in the Ivy League.
The United States Men's National Soccer Team practiced at Harvard's Ohiri Field. We asked head coach Jurgen Klinsmann a few questions about Harvard's facilities, the squad's matchup with Ecuador, and Landon Donovan's sendoff.
With the Harvard men’s soccer team going for its seventh straight win this Saturday, perhaps it’s time for some perspective.
Over its past 220 minutes of play, the defense of the Harvard women’s soccer team has done just about everything that a coach could ask for.
In the Crimson’s first-ever matchup against Georgetown, Harvard got on the board early and never let up.
This Saturday, the Crimson faces a new challenge in Georgetown (2-3, 0-1 Patriot), an opponent Harvard has never played in its 141-year history.
Harvard appears to be hitting its stride, and the Crimson is ready to take on Yale after losing to its rival, 2-1, last season.
After the Crimson fell behind by eight early in the second half, junior quarterback Scott Hosch, filling in for injured starter Conner Hempel, led the squad to a comeback victory over the Bears, 22-14.
The Harvard women’s volleyball team (7-2) wrapped up its non-conference schedule with a win at Lundholm Gymnasium against the New Hampshire Wildcats (6-10).
Down a starting running back, wideout, and kicker—as well as a starting quarterback for the majority of the first half—the Harvard football team still managed to dispatch Holy Cross, 41-18.