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Women's Soccer

Road-Weary Crimson Earns Win

For the far-traveling Harvard women’s soccer team, home was a welcome sight. In its first game at Ohiri Field in

KICKING KATHERINE
Women's Soccer

Harvard Downs UNH for First Win of Season

The third time seems to be the charm for the Harvard women’s soccer team. Last season, it put a goal

Women's Soccer

Harvard Makes a Comeback

After a more-than-disappointing 2006 season in which it mustered just three wins, the Harvard women’s soccer team faced a plethora

Women's Soccer

Sheeleigh Gives Youthful Boost

Watching the Harvard women’s soccer team, fans—and opponents—saw something they hadn’t seen from the Crimson in the recent past: a

Women's Basketball

Crimson Reclaims Ivy Title But Fails To Return to NCAAs

On paper, it was a success. The Harvard women’s basketball team won its second consecutive Ivy League title in 2008—the

Baseball

Big Green Earns Division Title with Sweep

The scene at O’Donnell Field on Saturday afternoon told the story of the 2008 season in Ivy League baseball: Dartmouth

KING OF THE HILL
Baseball

Harvard's Season Comes to a Close

As it enters the final Ivy League weekend of the 2008 season, the Harvard baseball team finds itself in an

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Baseball

Tensions Run High Against Brown

As usual, the annual series between the Harvard and Brown baseball teams had a little bit of everything. Late-inning heroics

LONGBALL
Baseball

Crimson Continues Sweep in Second Twinbill

For the first time all year, things finally came together for the Harvard baseball team. The Crimson combined a relentless

Baseball

Harvard Suffers Heartbreaker At Fenway

BOSTON—As the Harvard baseball team discovered yesterday, Fenway Park looks a little less nice when you’re watching your opponent celebrate

COSMO KRAMER
Baseball

Walkoff Jack Drops Harvard to 3-9 in Ivy League

Before the final pitch of yesterday’s doubleheader at Yale, it seemed that, no matter what, the weekend’s results would feel

Baseball

NOTEBOOK: Harvard falls to UMass in the opening round of the Beanpot

LYNN, MASS.—During the most recent stretch of the Crimson’s season-long offensive woes, a pattern has emerged: on the days head

LICENSE TO DILL
Baseball

Split Gives Harvard First Ivy Win

At long last, it came. The first game of yesterday’s doubleheader against Cornell seemed like just another kind of heartbreak

PANGS OF H-UNGER
Baseball

Lions Are Double Trouble in Weekend Sweep

Steady drizzle and temperatures hovering around 40 degrees are nothing new to O’Donnell Field in April. But a one-win season

HAZ-MATT
Baseball

Crimson Struggles Continue in Loss to Crusaders

When a baseball team’s best hitter cranks two home runs in the first three innings, it usually adds up to

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization