It was business as usual on Saturday for the women’s soccer team, which closed out its regular season with a
In the Harvard women’s soccer team’s contest against Brown yesterday, co-captain goalie Katie Shields added not one but two ties
The women’s soccer team’s loss to No. 23 Yale at Soccer-Lacrosse Stadium on Saturday was a game full of firsts.
When the women’s soccer team hosted Penn in its Ivy opener on Saturday, the scoreless double-overtime game wasn’t the only
It was a happy homecoming for the Harvard women’s soccer team yesterday, as the Crimson defeated No. 20 Ohio State
In hindsight, the 2004 women’s soccer season might be best labeled as a formal passing of the guard. Not only
As it turns out, prospective students aren’t the only ones who have to defeat the odds to get into Harvard.
In Harvard coach Jenny Allard’s tenure, the Crimson softball team has never beaten the University of Massachusetts. Harvard (15-19, 6-4
The five members of the class of 2005 are the first seniors since the class of 1997 to face graduation
There is a new void in the Harvard Athletic Department. But that’s only because a bigger one just got filled.
STORRS, Conn.—They were living on borrowed time without a thought for tomorrow. But time ran out for the Harvard women’s
As the failed resurgence of the geri curl has shown to the world, it’s important to learn from history’s mistakes.
Some take it to the next level. Tri-captain Kat Sweet and sophomore Caitlin Cahow took their game around the world.
HANOVER, N.H.—Perhaps they’re saving their best for last. The Harvard women’s soccer team (7-6-2, 3-3 Ivy) suffered its worst defeat
PRINCETON, N.J.—Forty-one seconds—that’s how close the Harvard women’s soccer team was to upsetting the No. 9 team in the nation
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