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Two Teams, One Program
Women's Volleyball

Two Teams, One Program

As the women's volleyball team won a share of the Ivy League title, the men's team was at home following along through the Ivy League Digital Network. The men and women try and go to each of the other team's games, even working the games when the players are in off-season.

Two Teams, One Program
Men's Volleyball

Men's and Women's Volleyball Connect On and Off the Court

The men's and women's volleyball teams share a gym, a lot of physical height, and an assistant coach in Jeff Aucoin, but they also share a mutual love for each other that bonds the two programs even beyond their shared sport. This unique connection permeates classes and continues to grow as new athletes join the teams.

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Harvard-Yale Rivalry Goes Beyond the Game

At the heart of the excitement and drama lies a rivalry that stretches back a century and a half. Although football may be the most salient part of this competition, the rivalry is a tradition between Harvard and Yale that runs deeper than the gridiron.

Heading the Offense
Women's Volleyball

Heading the Offense

Freshman middle blocker Christina Cornelius, pictured above in action against Columbia on Nov. 17, had eight kills and five digs in the Crimson’s four-set loss to Nebraska in the first round of the NCAA Tournament

Heading the Offense
Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Falls to Nebraska in Four Sets in First NCAA Tourney Appearance

For one set, the Harvard women’s volleyball team went toe-to-toe with a top five team in the country on the college game’s biggest stage.

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Athlete of the Week Runners-Up: Week of November 23rd

Justice Shelton-Moseley took advantage of the big stage, as he delivered several game-changing plays at the Yale Bowl on Saturday, but several other Crimson athletes had performances that were just as commendable.

Comeback Victory
Women's Volleyball

Comeback Victory

Thanks to a team-high .500 kill percentage and nine kills from freshman middle blocker Christina Cornelius, pictured above against Columbia on Nov. 7, the Crimson earned the Ivy NCAA bid with a four-set victory over Princeton.

Comeback Victory
Women's Volleyball

With Four-Set Win Over Princeton, Women's Volleyball Claims Ivy League NCAA Tournament Bid

While Harvard students filed down to New Haven for the 132th rendition of The Game, the women’s volleyball team stayed behind Friday night at the Malkin Athletic Center to take down Princeton, 3-1, to end the Tigers’ season and send the Crimson to the NCAA Tournament for the first time in program history.

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Games of the Weekend

Although many Crimson supporters will be wholly focused upon “The Game” between the Harvard and Yale football teams this coming weekend, there are a few other Crimson squads that have competitions this weekend with major NCAA implications.

Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Earns Share of Ivy Title; One Game Playoff to Decide NCAA Bid

​No one likes sharing. But when it comes to the co-owning the Ivy League title, the Harvard women’s volleyball team probably isn’t too upset about it.

Women's Volleyball

Weekend Preview

Whether they’re kicking off a season, in the midst of one, or drawing it to a close, several Harvard teams are playing key matchups that you’ll want to keep an eye on this weekend.

Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Shuts Out Columbia and Cornell in Final Home Slate

Led by co-captains Caroline Holte and Hannah Schmidt, the Crimson (13-9, 9-3 Ivy) swept both games this weekend, beating conference opponents Columbia (7-14, 5-7) and Cornell (6-16, 2-10) in straight sets.

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Games of the Weekend

​As some teams near the end of their seasons and others look to start with a bang, this weekend at Harvard will have a host of worthwhile games to follow.

Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Faces Crucial Homestand Against Columbia, Cornell

With just three games remaining and in control of the Ivy League, Harvard women's volleyball looks to sweep Columbia and Cornell to stay in atop the Ancient Eight.

Women's Volleyball

Despite 1-1 Weekend, Women's Volleyball Emerges with Ivy Lead

While Harvard split its games, beating the Quakers on Friday and falling to the Tigers on Saturday, Dartmouth faltered against both opponents to leave the Crimson with sole possession of first in the conference.

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