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Alexandra J. Mihalek

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Men's Swimming

Harvard Remains Perfect Against Quakers

Sharing the pool with an Ivy League opponent for the first time in over a month, the Harvard men’s swimming

Men's Swimming

Crimson Moves to 5-0 on Season

The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team began the new year with a bang, defeating previously-unbeaten Navy 188-112 at Blodgett


Harvard Showcases Einsteins of the Gridiron

Between rigorous concentration requirements and highly demanding classes, balancing the general demands placed onto a Harvard student can prove to

Men's Swimming

Second-Day Turnaround Leads to Second Place

The No. 22 Harvard men’s swimming and diving team separated this past weekend, spanning the East Coast in search of

Men's Soccer

2-1 Loss Sends Harvard Home for Season

The No. 30 Harvard men’s soccer team ended their season-long battle to the NCAA tournament late yesterday evening. After barely

Men's Soccer

Crimson Seeks To Land Ivy Title

The Harvard men’s soccer team holds destiny in the palm of its hand. The Crimson heads to Penn this Saturday


ALEX IN WONDERLAND: Battling That Creeping Feeling

Creeping. We all know what it is, and whether or not we’d like to admit it, we’ve all done our

Men's Soccer

Crimson Drops Close Contest for First Loss in Ivies

As fall slowly begins its final transformation into a seemingly endless winter, November ushers in the winds of change, visibly

Women's Soccer

Goalies Bring Depth, Stability to Crimson Squad

The Harvard women’s soccer team is on a roll. Having won its past five matchups, the Crimson holds second place

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Men's Soccer

Fucito Leads the Charge for Ivy League Title

Coming into last weekend, nobody believed that the Harvard men’s soccer team could muster a victory against traditional powerhouse Brown.

Men's Soccer

Ivy Play Opens with Victory

Overcoming rough winds and an aggressive Bulldog lineup, the Harvard men’s soccer team started off its Ivy League season with

Men's Soccer

Vermont Shelled By Harvard Offense

After a slow start, an injury-plagued Harvard men’s soccer team exploded into action yesterday, shutting out visiting Vermont (3-1-2, 0-0

Men's Swimming

Individual Competitors Fuel Team Effort in Dominant Season

The No. 22 Harvard men’s swimming and diving team ended the year with plenty of reason to celebrate. Amassing an

Men's Swimming

Captain Does It All

An extremely successful nationally-competitive athlete, respected team leader, and talented student may seem like a combination that is too good


Four Years Not Enough For Some Athletes

It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. It was the euphoric feeling of victory, the