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EIVA Champs
Men's Volleyball

Men's Volleyball Claims EIVA Championship, NCAA Tournament Berth

In a 3-1 decision over Princeton at George Mason’s Recreation Athletic Complex, Harvard clinched its first ever EIVA Championship title and punched its subsequent first ever ticket to the NCAA Tournament.

Men's Volleyball

Men's Volleyball Overcomes Penn State in Five Sets, Advances to EIVA Tournament Final

Harvard and Penn State entered their matchup on Thursday with a spot in the EIVA tournament final on the line. In a back and forth affair, the Crimson alternated winning sets with the Nittany Lions, winning the first and third before ultimately taking the deciding fifth set, 15-11, to secure the victory.

Record Breaker Deuel
Men's Crew

Rookie Rower Deuel Breaks the Lightweight Erg Half Marathon World Record

Drake Deuel broke the lightweight world record in the half-marathon on the erg, a 13.1 mile, or 21,097 meter, feat of fitness that bested the previous time by almost an entire minute.

Power Ball

Preview: Men’s Volleyball to Rematch Penn State in EIVA Semi-Final

Harvard is one of the four teams that will be descending on Fairfax, Va., in an effort to grab the EIVA tournament trophy and punch it’s ticket to the national bracket. Seeded third, the Crimson will square up against No. 2 seeded Penn State in the semi-final match Thursday.


Softball Sweeps Penn to Remain Atop Ivy League

Though the weather cooled down by Saturday afternoon, the Crimson’s bats did not. Harvard scored 25 runs in its three games versus the visiting Quakers, and the team picked up its second Ivy League series sweep out of five such series this season.

The Good and the Bad Times
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey 2017-2018 Season Recap

“The season was basically characterized by learning curves,” said tri-captain forward Jake Horton. “It gave a lot of guys...that didn’t necessarily get those experiences over the past few years...the experience that they’re going to need to be great [next] season.”

Seniors, Take a Bow
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Seniors: Where Are They Headed?

Here’s a glimpse at what each member of the class of 2018 is doing in his life beyond Harvard hockey.

Amaker and the Swoosh
Men's Basketball

A New Commercial Age in the Ivy League

The rise of corporate partners in the Ivy League raises new questions about the conference's identity.

Quinn Peaks

Golden State Mentality

The team is lined from top to bottom with Californians, 11 in fact. Meanwhile Yale and Princeton both claim only two players from the Golden State. The Crimson has built this this new-look baseball team on the grounds of ambitious recruiting, a newfound chemistry, and the adoption of new playing styles.

Final Four for Matty Fresh
Men's Basketball

Matt Fraschilla '17 Launches Coaching Career at Villanova

For a first-year graduate assistant coach like Fraschilla, the experience of making the Final Four has been, in his words, simply “unbelievable”.

On the Fence

Fencing Claims Fifth in NCAA Championships

Harvard walked away from the NCAA chamionships with an individual championship title in men’s sabre, an individual third place finish in women’s epee, and a fifth place overall team finish.

All-American Boys
Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming and Diving Claims Eight All-America Accolades at National Meet

All season, Harvard has risen to the occasion of high-stakes meets. This weekend was no different as the Crimson traveled to Minneapolis for the 2018 NCAA Championships and picked up eight All-America accolades en route to an 18th-place finish to close out its season. Six All-America honors from sophomore Dean Farris pushed Harvard to an 18th-place finish in the nation.

Next Level, No Problem
Men's Ice Hockey

Ryan Donato's First Day as a Boston Bruin

In his NHL debut, the former Crimson iceman shone in front of family, friends, and hometown fans, registering a goal and two assists in the Bruins' 5-4 overtime loss.

Postseason at the Palestra
Men's Basketball

On the End of the Men's Basketball Season

At some point the reader might be led to believe that there was no unimportant moment in the span of two hours at the Palestra. Perhaps they’d be right.

Thanks for the Memories
Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Star Ryan Donato to Leave for NHL's Boston Bruins

Junior Ryan Donato of the Harvard men’s hockey team will be leaving Harvard early to join the Boston Bruins of the National Hockey League.