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Without Ogunwole, Wrestling Scores Split Against Penn, Princeton

This weekend, the Harvard wrestling team stepped onto the mat for the first time with the knowledge that one of


Ogunwole Injury Dampens First Dual-Meet Win

The Harvard wrestling team earned a split in this weekend’s dual bouts against Lehigh and Army, collecting its first dual


Wrestling Still Looking For ‘W’ As Calendars Turn

The Harvard wrestling team emerged winless after a grueling day at the Lone Star Duals held at the South Grand

Men's Squash

Sheth Leads Five-Man Team to Victory

The Harvard men’s squash team, having just finished the first half of its team schedule last weekend, sent ten of

Men's Squash

No Problem for Harvard against Cornell and Western Ontario

The Harvard men’s squash team closed out the first part of its season on Saturday with a sweep of Cornell


Crimson Showcases Best Of Present, Future in Vegas

Captain Bode Ogunwole, fresh off his 3-2 sudden victory over No. 4 Spencer Nadolsky in the NWCA All-Star Classic on

Men's Squash

Two Easy Wins Mark Season Start

With matches sandwiching The Game on Saturday, the Harvard men’s squash team came through the weekend’s distractions unscathed and overcame


SPORTS BRIEF: Crimson begins season at East Stroudsburg Open.

Seven Harvard wrestlers, in their first scheduled match of the season, successfully placed at the East Stroudsburg Open on Saturday

Men's Squash

Crimson Seeks to Defend Ivy Title

The Harvard men’s squash team clinched its third consecutive Ivy title last year in a three-way tie with Yale and

Men's Tennis

SEASON RECAP: Youth Causes Team Struggles

The 2005-2006 men’s tennis team was the youngest that Harvard had put together in recent years, and its inexperience showed.


SEASON RECAP: Ogunwole Guides Team Through Injury-Filled Season

The Harvard wrestling team, led by junior tri-captains Bode Ogunwole and Max Meltzer and classmate Robbie Preston, finished third in


Wrestlers Compete in University Nationals

Four of Harvard’s most successful wrestlers last season competed in the University Nationals hosted by Northwestern University last weekend, driven

Men's Tennis

Surprises Reign in Ivy Play

When the Harvard men’s tennis team lost its first two Ivy League matches last weekend against Cornell and Columbia, the

Men's Tennis

Crimson Fall in Historic Fashion to Cornell

After dropping its first two Ivy games of the season, the Harvard men’s tennis team returned home frustrated by its

Men's Tennis

Wolverines Get Best of Crimson

The first loss for the Harvard men’s tennis team at home this season certainly did not come without its share