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A barrage of three-pointers late in the first half by the Houston Cougars (2-0) has been the equalizer through 20 minutes at Lavietes Pavilion.
From championship implications to a late comeback to dramatic, pressure-packed moments, the 31,062 fans that crammed into Harvard Stadium on Saturday afternoon were treated to a historic affair.
Harvard finishes undefeated for third time in century.
With a share of the Ivy League title already on lock, the Harvard football team will play Yale for sole possession of the conference crown and the elusive 10-0 perfect record. On Saturday at Harvard Stadium, it will be a battle of the Crimson's stalwart defense against a tough Bulldogs offense at the 2014 edition of The Game.
With 10.9 seconds left in the game, the ball was right where coach Tommy Amaker wanted it. It was in senior wing Wesley Saunders’s hands, with Harvard down one to local foe Holy Cross.
The question is not has Harvard arrived, but where does it sit? With conference realignment and an ever-changing landscape; it is no longer ridiculous to ask the once-unthinkable question: Is Harvard now the country’s best mid-major?
After dancing with the best in last year's NCAA Tournament, the Harvard men's basketball team enters this season with a brighter spotlight on it than ever before. Meanwhile, the women's squad will look to rise new leadership to an Ivy League crown.
A late first half surge helped the Harvard men's basketball team cruise to a win in its season opener.
In her two seasons with Harvard women’s soccer, Midge Purce has already accumulated an impressive list of accomplishments. Ivy League Rookie of the Year. Ivy League Player of the Year. Member of the U.S. U-20 national team.
Nothing came easy for the Crimson in its must-win contest against the Lions.
Harvard fans will have to wait a couple weeks if they're looking for a compelling story.
With a 23-12 win over Dartmouth last week, Harvard is now alone atop the Ivy League and in control of its destiny to win the Ancient Eight championship for a second straight year.
The Harvard and Dartmouth football teams carry undefeated conference records into their Saturday clash in Hanover.
The Harvard men's ice hockey team will open its 115th season against a familiar foe on Saturday.
As the men's ice hockey team looks to reverse several seasons of disappointing finishes, the women's squad returns Olympians and ECAC heavyweights with one goal in mind: a national title.