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NOTEBOOK: Penn Maintains Upper Hand in Friday’s Well-Matched Duel

Friday night’s match-up pitting the Penn Quakers against the Harvard Crimson seemed like it might evolve into a classic one-on-one

Prepare to Shart Your Pants

You ever heard of that book, “A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man,” by James Joyce? That’s like

Men's Basketball

Late-Game Dry Spell Downs Harvard

WILLIAMSBURG, Va.—In the first-ever matchup between the two oldest universities in the country, Harvard could not rise to the occasion,

Men's Basketball

William & Mary Takes Basketball Battle of Oldest Universities

WILLIAMSBURG, VA.—In the first ever matchup between the two oldest universities in the country, Harvard could not rise to the

Men's Basketball

Nation’s Capital Unfriendly to Crimson

In a trip to face one of the top collegiate programs in the nation’s capital on Saturday, the Harvard men’s

Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Frosh Bounce Back in Defeat

Last Wednesday, Harvard started its Beanpot series against Boston University. The team came out flat, losing by 16 to the

Men's Basketball

WALLY WORLD: The Line Must Be Drawn in IM Play

It’s the nature of competition. Since the dawn of time, man has competed against man—at first, for food, then women,

Men's Basketball

Crimson Picks Up Road Victory

The Harvard men’s basketball team took another step in exorcising its road demons from a year ago as it held

Men's Basketball

SIDEBAR: Newcomers Dominate in Harvard Victory

Harvard’s Class of 2012 was supposed to wait. Freshmen don’t come into their first game, playing on the road, and

Women's Soccer

Penalty Kicks End Crimson's NCAA Charge

After 110 minutes of play, the result of Harvard and Northeastern’s epic first round NCAA tournament clash remained in doubt.

Women's Soccer

Lightning Does Not Strike Twice for Crimson

The Crimson season skidded to a halt on Friday night, as the women's soccer team lost a heart breaker, 3-2


BASKETBALL '08 SUPPLEMENT: Picking up the Pieces

For a collegiate coach, crafting a starting lineup is not a fine science, but rather an art. Call Harvard coach

Men's Basketball

Van Nest Suffers Year-Ending Injury

The Harvard men’s basketball team was picked to finish fourth in the Ivy League preseason media poll, published two weeks

Women's Soccer

SIDEBAR: Double-OT Thriller Sends Harvard to NCAAs

It’s been 36 years since Title IX. Since this monumental piece of legislation, women’s collegiate athletics has fought and struggled


WALLY'S WORLD: Time to Unleash Crimson Dragon

Last year, South Park concluded its 11th season with a three-part epic dubbed “Imaginationland.” Imagination, I-maaa-ginnn-ay-tion, Ima-gi-naaaaaaa-tion! That’s the special