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With only five minutes remaining in the Harvard men’s lacrosse team’s game against Princeton, the Crimson held on to a 9-8 lead by only a thread.
In his 38th season as a Harvard head coach, Dave Fish '72 is the brains behind an Ivy League tennis dynasty.
John Carroll has been at the helm of NMH’s program since 2001, and in this time he has built a dynasty with rosters that have included NCAA champions, McDonald’s All-American Nominees and Academic All-Americans. His players are known for entering Division I basketball programs and being ready to compete on the hardwood from move-in day.
The Harvard men's lacrosse team handed the Big Red its first loss of the season with a 6-1 surge in the third quarter.
On a fateful night in Minnesota 25 years ago, the Harvard men's hockey team accomplished something no other Crimson program had done before.
The Blue Devils came ready to play from the outset at Koskinen Stadium, jumping out to an early lead and continuing on to win, 17-11.
On March 21, 2013, the Harvard men’s basketball team upset the University of New Mexico in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, marking the first March Madness win in program history. One season later, with the national spotlight shining bright, the Crimson will look to complete yet another bracket bust, returning to the Big Dance with more weapons than ever.
The Crimson clinched its third straight berth in the NCAA Tournament with a 70-58 win over Yale on Friday night at the Payne Whitney Gymnasium.
The Crimson (24-4, 11-1 Ivy) became the first team since Penn in the mid-90’s to clinch at least a share of four straight league titles.
Though Senior Night at Lavietes Pavilion was delayed by a year for Kyle Casey and co-captain Brandyn Curry, taking the court was no less emotional.
It would be hard to find a more intense matchup, as the league-leading Crimson battled a Princeton team that, though it was out of the conference race, still clung tightly to its pride and to its 24-game home winning streak over its Cambridge rival. And as the final seconds ticked down at Jadwin Gymnasium Saturday night, the faces of the Harvard players wore an expression not seen in this building in a couple decades: big, wide grins.
For the second time in four weeks, the Harvard men’s basketball team (21-4, 8-1 Ivy) rolled over the Penn Quakers (6-16, 3-5), this time by a 20-point margin at the Palestra, 83-63. After a three-point loss to Penn in the teams’ last meeting of 2013, the Crimson has outscored its Pennsylvania rivals by 50 points in the team’s two meetings this season.
A week after losing its first Ivy League contest to Yale, the Harvard men's basketball team rebounded with its second consecutive victory.
With the score tied at 73 and less than 20 seconds left in overtime, Columbia forward Alex Rosenberg gathered a pass at the top of the key. Staring down his defender, Harvard co-captain Laurent Rivard, Rosenberg watched the clock tick away, bleeding it out for the final possession.
Despite forcing 19 turnovers, the Harvard men’s basketball team (18-4, 5-1 Ivy) could not get stops when it needed to in a 74-67 loss to Yale (11-9, 5-1). After the Crimson came within four with seven minutes to go, the Bulldogs scored on four of five possessions to go up by 11.