It must occasionally seem that Andrew Hatch is living in a dream world. Hatch, a junior quarterback, has started all
What a difference a year makes. Last season, it was Holy Cross that scored a dramatic fourth quarter touchdown to
An all-league quarterback. Stellar wideouts. A sound defense breaking in three new starters in the secondary. An improved running game.
The untrained eye might have assumed that it was Tim Murphy, not Yale’s Jack Siedlecki, who was on the verge
<a title="It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Or, at least, it was once-in-a-decade. For the first time in 10 years, the Harvard men’s
For everyone involved—fans, coaches, reporters—spring practices and the spring game usually present an opportunity to answer the biggest questions facing
Change can make all the difference in pitching, whether it’s changing speeds, changing locations, or even changing roles. For captain
Harvard sailing took to the water again this weekend, sailing in three races around Boston. All three were two-day events,
Three months after head coach Tommy Amaker led Harvard basketball to victory over Big Ten opponent Michigan, the new hire
Five individual winners for the Crimson highlighted the first-ever Battle of Beantown, held at Gordon Track on Saturday, but it
After a seven-week layoff over winter break and exams, the Harvard men’s and women’s track teams stormed back into action
Harvard track and field kicked off its indoor season with a fast start at Saturday’s Northeastern Husky Winter Carnival. While
NEW HAVEN—It was their finest hour. The team that everyone had been waiting for all season finally appeared in its
END OF THE GAME: 10,000 men of Harvard gained victory today. HARVARD 37, YALE 6, and Harvard is your 2007
Maybe you saw him during the first week of school, wandering around in a sunflower yellow shirt with no punctuation.