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Men's Soccer

Big Green Crushes Ivy Title Aspirations

As the defending Ivy League champion and the highest nationally ranked team in the Ancient Eight at the start of

Men's Soccer

NOTEBOOK: Men's Soccer Now Needs Help in Repeat Bid

Saturday’s matchup between the No. 7 Harvard men’s soccer team (8-2-1, 1-1-0 Ivy) and the No. 20 Brown Bears (9-1-1,

Men's Soccer

Champions Win in Ivy Opener

It took over an hour for the rain to pass and the lighting to stop before the Harvard men’s soccer

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Men's Soccer

Win Makes Crimson Top-10 Worthy Again

At one point two weeks ago the Harvard men’s soccer team (7-1-1) was ranked as high as No. 7 in

Men's Soccer

Crimson Proves Mettle on Tricky California Swing

Los Angeles, the city of sunshine and success, did not have all too much of either to offer the Harvard

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Men's Soccer

Unbeaten Men's Soccer Rolls On

In a 10-day stretch that began on Sep. 7 and ended yesterday, the No. 11 Harvard men’s soccer team has

Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Handles Stingy Black Bears

Combine temperatures in the 90s with New England humidity, and you get playing conditions that are about as comfortable as

Men's Soccer

Crimson Up to No. 13 In New Poll

The Harvard men’s soccer team’s season-opening victory against Rhode Island on Saturday bumped the Crimson from No.15 to No. 13

Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Kicks Off Season With Victory Over Ranked Opponent

With the sun shining favorably on Saturday, the defending Ivy League champion and 15th-ranked Harvard men’s soccer team opened its

Women's Water Polo

SEASON RECAP: Youngsters Pace Harvard

If the class of 2010 had needed a season to adjust to collegiate water polo, everyone would have understood. If


FEMALE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Murphy Powers Crimson to Title

On April 26, facing Boston College with one out and one runner on in the top of the first, freshman


TEAM OF THE YEAR RUNNER-UP: Softball Captures Ivy Title

When asked in a preseason interview who the Ivy League favorite was, Harvard head coach Jenny Allard did not hesitate


Rocket Arm, Rookie Keys to Weekend Matchup

The NCAA Division I softball tournament begins today, and for the first time since 1998, the Harvard women will be

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Rain Preempts North Division Clincher

The Harvard softball team was tied, 4-4, with Dartmouth in the bottom of the fifth inning of its second game

Women's Water Polo

Women's Water Polo Places Last at Easterns

After receiving an at-large bid last Monday, the Harvard women’s water polo team traveled to Princeton, N.J., this weekend for

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes