Alexander C. Britell

Sailing

Harvard Begins Rebuilding Process

Harvard’s sailors are still reeling from the loss of half a dozen all-American-caliber sailors and have only logged a few

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Sailors Stranded in Still Waters

One can liken it to skating on a treadmill made of ice. Or playing basketball on an escalator. Or playing

Sailing

Coed Sailors Place Second, Qualify for Nationals

After a sensational showing at Dartmouth last weekend, the Harvard co-ed sailing team stormed into Rhode Island looking for the

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Crimson Co-Eds Victorious

You may not be familiar with them. You may frown when you hear the words “jib” and “tack.” But understand

Women's Lacrosse

Offensive Outburst Pushes Big Green Past Crimson

It started out as a battle between Crimson and Green. By the end of the Harvard women’s lacrosse team’s game

Baseball

Eagles Overturn Baseball 11-6

BROCKTON, Mass.-—The left field wall at Brockton’s Campanelli field is not 30 feet high. And Boston College shortstop Ryan Leahy’s

Sailing

Wind Disappears As Co-Ed Sailors Take Second

It was a last minute decision. At the Friis Trophy Team Race at Tufts University this weekend, each school’s sailing

Sailing

Potts Propels Coed Sailing

The Harvard coed sailing team continued its resurgence with a win this weekend at the 69th Boston Dinghy Cup. In

Men's Volleyball

Host of Holy Happenings Help Harvard

Volleyball is no religion. But you could have been fooled into thinking that at last night’s Harvard men’s volleyball game.

Sailing

Women Coast to Win, Coeds Finish 10th

In a weekend full of first-place finishes, another team joined in on the fun. Though it’s certainly early in the

Sailing

Sailing Takes Top Two Fleets at Navy

They were the rustiest sailors, with the least on-water time and the fewest practices. But when the competition finished this

Sailing

No. 3 Women's Sailing Heads to Navy

On recently-thawed and snow-covered Charles waters this week, the Crimson women’s sailing team’s thermometers read in the thirties. But this

Women's Lacrosse

Former Grad Takes Over For Veteran Coach

The person you see jumping into the play and outrunning the rest of the Harvard women’s lacrosse team in practice

Sailing

Sailors Rusty in Season Opener

Before the start of the third race on Saturday at the Brown Team Racing Invitational in Providence, R. I., a

Sailing

Smooth Seas Ahead for Sailing

After a four-month layoff kept Harvard at bay, the Crimson sailing team is ready to get its feet wet, lift

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A World Cup Malcontent

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Then Rain Comes

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Rainy Day Impression

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Saudade, or Nostalgia