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W. Volleyball Race Crowded at the Top

With just one weekend of league contests remaining in the season, the Ivy League women's volleyball race is coming down

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ATHLETE of the WEEK

While the Harvard football team's performance this young season has been somewhat inconsistent, one constant has been the stellar play

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Basic Chemistry

The world of sports journalism is filled with a number of time-honored cliches. "Step Up." "Learn How to Win." "Give

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ATHLETES of the WEEK

The Harvard men's tennis team surprised many last weekend by defeating perennial powerhouses Duke and Southern Alabama at the USTA/ITA

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ATHLETE of the WEEK

Though she may not be the flashiest of players, junior point guard Jessica Gelman proved in Harvard's weekend sweep of

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ATHLETE of the WEEK

In the aftermath of its Beanpot loss, the Harvard men's hockey team can find some consolation in the emergence of

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Carswell, Lonergan Form One-Two Punch

While most roommates share no more than a bedroom and bathroom, juniors Ian Carswell and Killian Lonergan have also proven

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Harriers Sweep H-Y-P's

Sloppy weather did not prevent both the Harvard men's and women's cross country teams from dominating this weekend's Harvard-Yale-Princeton tournament

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Aquamen Engineer Victory Over MIT

BOSTON--After resounding defeats to some of the nation's elite water polo teams in last weekend's Air Force Academy Invitational in

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CalLous

There are certain athletes in pro sports who have just one name. Michael. Shaq. Wayne. Magic. And, after this past

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M. Booters Lose One, Tie One in Carolina Classic

If the first three games of the season are any indication, the Harvard men's soccer team seems intent on proving

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Sluggers Stumble Towards Ivy Cellar

The Harvard baseball team entered the 1995 season hoping to reassert itself after a disastrous season that left it with

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Men's Baseball Coach Says He's Stepping Down

Five days after concluding one of the worst seasons in University history, Harvard baseball coach Leigh P. Hogan '75 announced

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M. Golf a Winner, Women Fall Short

In the final tournaments of their seasons, both the Harvard men's and women's golf teams took on Ivy League rivals

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Batmen Fall to BC

Even though yesterday's contest at Boston College was essentially meaningless for the Harvard baseball team, you can be sure it

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