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W. Hoops Looks for Third Straight

Riding a two-game winning streak after a devastating 89-61 loss to Holy Cross last Saturday, the Harvard women's basketball team

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M. Soccer, Kerr, Get Fresh Start in Ivy Race

This season ushers in a new era in Harvard men's soccer thanks to the arrival of coach John Kerr. Resting

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Baseball Readies for Brown

The four-game battle between Harvard and Brown, two very similar teams, this weekend on College Hill in Providence will most

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Baseball Will Double Its Fun Twice

The scrappy Harvard baseball team goes back to work this weekend to face an onslaught of our Ivy games in

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M. Soccer Takes On Hartwick

Tomorrow afternoon at Ohiri field the Harvard men's soccer team will look to exact some revenge on the Hartwick Hawks,

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Men's Soccer Shocks No. 22 Dartmouth, 2-1

The No. 22-ranked Dartmouth men's soccer team shoed up at Harvard with a huge entourage, a fight-to-the-death mentality and, perhaps

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Princeton Presents Ivy Must-Win for M. Soccer Tomorrow

Tigers may be able to roar, but a Crimson can, well, win a soccer match, hopefully. The men's soccer team

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M. Soccer Ready to Harvest Cornell

Crimson is a lot better than just plain red, don't you think? The men's soccer team is hoping so as

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M. Soccer Blanks Penn

PHILADELPHIA, Pa.--If Ben Franklin were alive, he would not have been happy. The University of Pennsylvania's founder would have seen

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M. Soccer Looks for Ivy Icebreaker VS. Penn

The futility will end for either the Harvard men's soccer team or Penn tomorrow. One of them will win an

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Old Eli Outduels M. Soccer in OT

The atmosphere surrounding Saturday's men's soccer contest was nothing short of excitement, but no one was prepared for the drama

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