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Alex Mcphillips

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Football

PARTING SHOTS: Time To Make Sense of It All

“I will not philosophize,” declared The Crimson in 1873. “I will be read.” At last, status and tradition have given

Previews

BASEBALL '07: Back From the Brink

Two weeks before the start of the 2005 baseball season, infielder Jeff Stoeckel learned that he’d been cut from the

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Frosh Eyes Next Goal

The world of big-time college soccer is a lot like the world of big-time youth soccer. To navigate the terrain

World Serious? Get a Life.

I'm not an October guy. Never was. Like the dried-up dead roaches that gather under my desk this time of

Track and Cross Country

With Barrett Leading the Way, Crimson Men Take Pre-Nationals

At cross country’s Pre-Nationals meet in Terre Haute, Ind. on Saturday, Harvard’s men’s and women’s teams tried similar strategies but

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There’s More to Harvard Sports Than ‘The Game’

In just a few weeks, you and more than 1,600 of your newest friends will enter the heart of American

TEAM OF THE YEAR
Fencing

TEAM OF THE YEAR: Precious Metal

When thirteen tons of aluminum and steel have demanded a push, the type that higher powers never had in mind

Baseball

SPORTS BRIEF: Haviland, Cole Earn Ivy Awards

Baseball season turned into awards season for Harvard yesterday. The Crimson, whose spring came to an abrupt end with a

Baseball

'BAMA SLAMMA: In 2006, Baseball Gave and Taketh

For five brisk innings on Saturday afternoon, freshman Adam Cole played the role of series savior. Bearing down and executing

Baseball

NOTEBOOK: Klimkiewicz’s Bat Leaves Impact On Dartmouth Series

HANOVER, N.H.—Witness the power of Josh Klimkiewicz’s bat: it was a completely different game after the Harvard slugger connected on

COLE-BLOODED
Baseball

PREVIEW: For All The Marbles

The Ivy League baseball season heats up with the weather during the 30 days of April, but this year—as always—its

Baseball

SIDEBAR: Boston College’s Ratliff proves once again he has Crimson’s number

BOSTON—At Boston College’s Flynn Field two weeks ago, Ted Ratliff, a starting pitcher for the Eagles, carved up and sent

MATT THE HAMMER
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MATT THE HAMMER

<font size=2> <p>Senior designated hitter Matt Brunnig hit the ball hard but also flashed his small ball skills, laying down a suicide squeeze in the third inning to score Lance Salsgiver. He finished the day with 1-for-2 with two RBI.</p></font>

IN THE DIRT
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IN THE DIRT

<font size=2> <p>Sure-handed shortstop Morgan Brown shone on defense for the Crimson, logging five putouts and three assists. The captain’s solid night was part of a stellar fielding performance by Harvard that featured just one error.</p></font>

MATT THE HAMMER
Baseball

Harvard Wins, Dreams of Beanpot Repeat

LYNN, MASS.—Minutes after the final out of yesterday’s first Beanpot contest on Boston’s North Shore, Harvard baseball coach Joe Walsh

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads