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Weather Worn

Hitting Season: Spring Sports Preview

The fall has Harvard-Yale. The winter culminates in the madness of March. While the spring lacks a signature event, this 2017 season brings four teams with compelling storylines. Follow softball, baseball, men's lacrosse, and women's lacrosse as the teams vie for Ivy success and individual glory.

Get Out of Town
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Holds Off Columbia, 78-72

Harvard is coming off of a weekend sweep of Brown and Yale on the road last week, with freshman guard Bryce Aiken leading the way with 50 points over the weekend. Columbia, on the other hand has won one of its last four.

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Men's Ice Hockey

Harvard Men's Hockey Wins First Beanpot Since 1993

For the first time in 24 years, the Beanpot belongs to the Harvard Crimson.

The Path Through BU
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey to Battle Boston University for Beanpot Crown

The Harvard men’s hockey team stands 60 minutes from a Beanpot trophy for the first time in almost a decade. Meeting the Crimson in its long-awaited return to the finals, however, is 30-time champion Boston University.

Bye Bye Eli
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Hands Yale Its First Home Loss Since 2015

The Bulldogs (14-7, 6-2 Ivy League) came within four after rattling off six uncontested points, but Chambers and Aiken closed out the game at the line to give Harvard (14-7, 6-2) the 75-67 win in New Haven.

One of Four
Men's Ice Hockey

Donato's Four Goals Propel No. 4 Men's Hockey Past No. 6 Union, Into First Place

The Crimson scored four times in the first period and a half, chasing sophomore Jake Kupsky from his goal en route to a 6-2 victory that moves Harvard into first place in the ECAC.

Hopes Squashed
Men's Squash

Men's Squash Drops Close Match, Records First Loss

With the first and second teams in the nation facing off against one another at the Murr Center on Wednesday, expectations of a hard-fought battle arose. The No. 1 Crimson and No. 2 Trinity delivered that much and more.

Men's Ice Hockey

LIVE: M. Hockey Dances With Northeastern in Beanpot Semis

Harvard 4, Northeastern 3.

Clay Scores
Men's Ice Hockey

One Down: Men's Hockey Advances to Beanpot Final With 4-3 Win Over Northeastern

Harvard's four goals—scored exclusively by a senior class stuck playing in its seventh straight Beanpot matinee—proved to be enough. Enough to hold off the pesky Huskies. Enough to erase a nine-year championship game drought. And enough to put the Crimson in position to claim its first Beanpot trophy in 24 years next Monday.

Green Line Rivalry
Men's Ice Hockey

Scouting Harvard's Beanpot Competition

With four of the nation’s most storied hockey programs in action this week, including three top-10 powerhouses, there will be no shortage of elite talent on display at this year's Beanpot.

Splitting the D
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Collapses Down Stretch, Falls to Princeton

Despite going up by four with just over a minute left on the clock, a late layup off an offensive rebound gave Princeton the win Saturday night at Lavietes Pavilion.

Jumpin' Johnson
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Pulls Away from Penn

A Corey Johnson three with just over two minutes to play capped off a 13-2 Crimson run and proved to be the final nail in Penn’s coffin as the Harvard men’s basketball team pulled out a 69-59 win on Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion.

Big Man in Town
Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Hosts Historically Dominant Princeton, Penn

To say that Harvard does not have the basketball history that Princeton does is like Emperor Hirohito saying that World War II did not develop in Japan’s favor after he surrendered to the U.S.

Back For Beans

Men's Hockey Seeks Spot in First Beanpot Title Game Since 2008

The point is, it’s been a while. And Harvard knows it.

Ice Cold
Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Pushes Streak to 16 Against Columbia

The Harvard women’s basketball team has become the team to beat in the Ivy League.