Two North American powerhouses took to the ice this weekend for a big-time exhibition series at the Bright Hockey Center.
Like many Harvard students, Beth Kolbe likes to use her summers to escape the campus bubble and travel abroad. The
The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team may not have reclaimed the Ivy League title from Princeton this season, but
“Angela, you are going to love it,” a fellow contestant on “The Apprentice” gushed to former Harvard women’s hockey captain
Six years in the spotlight of women’s hockey—four at Harvard and two with the U.S. Olympic Team—and Julie Chu is
In the world of women’s hockey, bracketology can be a convoluted science. The Harvard women’s hockey team, ranked sixth in
After the two playoff starts against Yale in the ECAC Tournament quarterfinals this weekend, sophomore Brittany Martin is emerging as
The return of nine swimmers on Sunday helped propel the Harvard women’s swimming and diving team from third place to
The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team may not have claimed the title at this past weekend’s Ivy League Championships
It was a Jekyll-and-Hyde Harvard women’s hockey team that took the ice this weekend against conference foes Cornell and Colgate.
New records and NCAA qualifying times might be enough to down Yale, but do not always get it done versus
The Harvard men’s and women’s track teams both competed in tune-up meets this weekend, using the opportunities to prepare for
The semester came in like a lion for the Harvard men’s volleyball team, as the Crimson fell, 3-0 (30-18, 30-21,
The class that relays together stays together. Or so it appeared Friday evening, when the Class of 2007 led the
Heading home for the holidays must certainly sound appealing to the No. 6 Harvard women’s hockey team right now—home to