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Mauricio A. Cruz

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Women's Water Polo

Harvard Sinks Camels in New London, 15-5

After being off the water for two weeks, the Harvard women’s water polo team showed no signs of rust as


Harvard Stays Afloat on the West Coast, Takes 2 of 3

For most Harvard students, spring break is a time for rest and relaxation, a necessary break to recharge the batteries

Women's Basketball

CRUZ CONTROL: Ivies Lose Without Post-Season Play

In case you missed it, the women’s basketball season ended last weekend in a state of confusion. Three teams—Cornell, Dartmouth,

Track and Cross Country

Chenoweth Makes a Dash to the Top

Ian Carswell ’97 is sitting quite nervously on a precarious record at the moment. His all-time school record of 7:57.03

Women's Water Polo

Mixed Results in Hectic Weekend

There were a lot of pruny fingers in New York this past weekend. The Harvard women’s water polo team set

Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Captain Bids Farewell to Long, Trying Career in Crimson and White

The Verve once crooned that life is a bittersweet symphony. Certainly, the Harvard men’s basketball team (8-22, 3-11 Ivy) has

Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Post Play Remains Harvard's Achilles' Heel

NEW YORK—Fundamentals proved to be the the downfall for the Harvard men’s basketball team on a night where the shots

Men's Basketball

Cold Shooting Downs Crimson in Big Apple

NEW YORK—It was just another one of those nights in New York City on Friday, as the Harvard men’s basketball

Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Long Drought Ends in Dramatic Fashion

All things must eventually come to an end, good or bad. For the Harvard men’s basketball team, this end was

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Men's Basketball

Victory Over Penn Completes First Crimson Sweep Since '87

Good things come to those who wait, or at least, that’s how the saying goes. Luckily for the Harvard men’s

Men's Basketball

Big Red Heroics Send Crimson to Sixth Straight Loss

It would be an understatement to say that things haven’t gone well for the Harvard men’s basketball team this season.

Men's Basketball

Lions’ Second-Half Surge Caps Heartbreaking Weekend

The hits keep coming for the Harvard men’s basketball team this season. The misery of a winless five-game road trip

Women's Water Polo

Weekend Split in Season Openers

The Harvard women’s water polo team began its 2008 campaign in earnest this past weekend at the Princeton Invitational. Having

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Hobbled Crimson, Missing Wrestlers, Battles Terriers to a Tie

Injuries continued to take a toll on the wounded Crimson wrestling team yesterday against Boston University. In action at the

Men's Soccer

M. Soccer Primed for NCAA Berth

As the football team jumped out to a significant lead at the Yale Bowl, the Harvard men’s soccer team (12-3-2,