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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

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

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

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

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,

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

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

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

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

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

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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