Abigail M. Baird
Despite a number of NCAA B cut times achieved by its the roster, the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team
After completing an undefeated season and a scoring a win over Princeton only two weeks prior, the Harvard Women’s swimming
The Harvard women’s ice hockey team may have escaped the snowstorm in Boston on its weekend road trip, but it
Of the three teams that cheered increasingly louder on the Blodgett Pool sidelines, it was the Harvard women’s swimming and
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team dominated the board, winning 14 of 16 events in Friday’s meet against Brown.
Even a one-spot disadvantage in the rankings can intimidate an opponent. But for the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team,
Even though sophomore swimmer Jackie Pangilinan has only competed in one meet this year for her school team, her efforts
While the Penn women were able to dominate the two sprint events, it was the Harvard women’s swimming and diving
The domination of the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team over its competition is safe for another week. The Crimson
Not only did senior forward Nicholas Tornaritis have a great weekend, but he also finished out his career in style.
Thirteen may be an unlucky number for most, but it was gold for the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team
The Harvard men’s soccer team managed its first league victory of the season with a 1-0 win over Columbia Saturday.
For the Harvard men’s soccer team, Saturday’s weather only added to the worries. The temperature outside was cold, but this
It was a rough day in all senses of the word when the Harvard men’s soccer team took on Brown
After starting out strong with a goal in the first three minutes of play, nothing could stop the Harvard men’s