Tyler D. Sipprelle

Women's Tennis

Crimson Picks Up First Win Of Season

The opening moments of doubles play against UMass demonstrated the Harvard women’s tennis team’s determination to win its first match

Women's Tennis

‘High-Energy’ William & Mary Gives Women's Tennis Its Seventh Straight Loss

Seven matches into its season, the winless Harvard women’s tennis team has already lost as many matches as the 2005

Women's Lacrosse

Martin's Last-Second Heroics Earn Win

The second half slowly ticked away with the game tied. After combining for 26 goals in the first 48 minutes,

MIXED RESULTS
Women's Tennis

Women's Tennis Drops Two More Matches to Fall to 0-6

Faced with two ranked opponents for the second consecutive weekend, the Harvard women’s tennis team fell to Virginia and Vanderbilt,

Women's Tennis

Weekend in Texas Produces No Wins

On the road for a doubleheader this weekend in Texas, the four-time defending Ivy League champion Harvard women’s tennis team

Women's Tennis

Short-Handed Women's Tennis Squad Falters

With six players entirely new to team competition on the No. 26 Harvard women’s tennis team, the Crimson faced a

ICE KESSLE
Women's Ice Hockey

Double Vision: Kessler’s steady hand, offensive pressure help Crimson top Duluth

A goaltending change failed to stop the Harvard women’s hockey team’s power play. So did the loss of two of

Women's Squash

Grigg Downs Rival in Victory

Faced with a Dartmouth rival she has played dozens of time since childhood, Harvard women’s squash captain Kyla Grigg showed

Men's Squash

SPORTS BRIEF: Three shutouts propel men’s squash team to third consecutive victory

The Harvard men’s squash team defeated Dartmouth 9-0 in the Murr Center Wednesday night, improving to 3-0 for the season

Women's Ice Hockey

Three Quick Goals Help Harvard Defeat Cornell

Missing some of its top players, the one-loss Harvard women’s hockey team appeared vulnerable for a time Saturday night as

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Scientists Field Exotic Questions

Life may have originated in the ocean—with inorganic cells replicating, far before DNA evolved—two Harvard scientists ruminated at a discussion

THE CHU-SEN ONE
Women's Ice Hockey

PREVIEW: Rivals To Face Off in Rematch of Tournament

The Harvard women’s hockey team faced off and defeated Clarkson and St. Lawrence in do-or-die games last March en route

Men's Golf

Crimson Finishes Fifth at NEIGAs

Stepping up to the tee Monday and yesterday against 41 other teams and 210 other golfers, the Harvard men’s golf

Previews

HEAD OF THE CHARLES '06: Walking the Walk

Harvard crew offers a unique opportunity for incoming freshmen with no rowing experience: Newell Boathouse is home to 23 heavyweight

Women's Soccer

Crimson Gets "Fresh" Beginning Under Walsh

Star freshman defender Lizzy Nichols of the Harvard women’s soccer team was playing in a soccer tournament this July when

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Visual Arts

Intelligent Design: Negotiating the Identity of the Architecture Track

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Visual Arts

Script Doctors

Harvard vs. Yale
Yale

Freshman Survey Part V: A Look at New Haven

Books
Academics

Freshman Survey Part III: Inside the Classroom and Out