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Men's Basketball

Wildcats’ Shooting Plan Fails Against Harvard Defense

If you can’t beat ’em, shoot over ’em. That was the strategy for the New Hampshire men’s basketball team on

Women's Soccer

Harvard's Postseason Hopes Officially Over

The brackets for the 24th annual NCAA Division I Women’s College Cup were released yesterday, and the Harvard women’s soccer

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Women's Soccer

Harvard Drops Second Straight Contest; Hopes for At-Large Bid Dwindle

The Harvard women’s soccer team suffered its second consecutive tough home loss, dropping a 1-0 decision to Dartmouth on Saturday.

Women's Soccer

Last-Second Tally Gives Tigers Familiar Victory

A familiar situation. A familiar outcome. Tied at one with under a minute remaining in the final overtime period, the

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Women's Soccer

Shields Gets Record, Not Win

In the Harvard women’s soccer team’s contest against Brown yesterday, co-captain goalie Katie Shields added not one but two ties

Women's Soccer

Crimson, Rams Lock Horns

Well, it certainly wasn’t for lack of trying. The Harvard women’s soccer team fired a season-high 24 shots towards goal

Women's Soccer

Ivy Repeat in Works for W. Soccer

If the old adage that defense wins championships is true, then the Harvard women’s soccer team just might punch its

Women's Soccer

Defense Propels Women's Soccer Again

Last season, the Harvard women’s soccer team played 110 scoreless minutes against Boston University, settling for a 0-0 tie. This

Women's Soccer

Merritt’s Shot Gives W. Soccer Victory and Invitational Title

Sophomore midfielder Megan Merritt scored in the 68th minute, lifting the Harvard women’s soccer team to a 1-0 victory over

Women's Soccer

W. Soccer falls to No. 11 BC

CHESNUT HILL—Harvard senior midfielder Sara Sedgwick fired the penalty kick to the right. Boston College junior goalie Arianna Criscione dove

Women's Soccer

Defense Sets Tone in Opening Slate for W. Soccer

While goals were in short supply during the opening weeks of the Harvard women’s soccer team’s season, the games certainly

Men's Lacrosse

M. Lacrosse Falters Against Dartmouth in Season Finale

At least they went down fighting. Playing for nothing but pride, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team hung with No. 13

Women's Soccer

New Coach Sees Great Chance With Women's Soccer

As it turns out, prospective students aren’t the only ones who have to defeat the odds to get into Harvard.

Women's Soccer

Former assistant Erickson returns to Harvard to take over for Wheaton as new coach of W. Soccer

Stephanie Erickson was tabbed as the new head coach of the Harvard women’s soccer team Friday. Erickson replaces longtime head

Men's Lacrosse

M. Lacrosse Destroyed by Brown

Question: What do a Division I lacrosse team’s season and the weather in New England have in common? Answer: In

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Larry, In His Element
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Professor Summers

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Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization