Jay M. Cohen
Far too often, fans seem to descend into unwarranted personal attacks.
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“I hope people can understand all the spamming,” Cheng Ho laughs. If you were like me—a recipient of the approximately 50,000 Facebook messages from the senior running back on the football team—you can probably just barely forgive him for flooding your inbox last week.
Despite outplaying defending national champions Maryland for much of the game, the 10th-seeded Crimson gave up a goal in each half on its way to a third-round exit from the NCAA Tournament.
One scrappy goal—and two well-executed ones—handed 10th-seeded Harvard a 3-0 win over Monmouth (18-2-2) yesterday on Ohiri Field, moving the Crimson into next Sunday’s third round of the NCAA Tournament.
In a game that was postponed for 24 hours due to Saturday’s heavy rain, the Harvard men’s soccer team clinched the Ivy League title yesterday, defeating Penn, 1-0, on Ohiri Field.
<p>Brogan Berry is one of only two returning starters for Harvard, and will have to step into a more senior role in only her sophomore season.</p>
With the 2-1 comeback win, the Harvard men's soccer team retains its position atop the Ivy League standings with one game to play.
After giving up four goals to UConn on Wednesday night, sophomore goalkeeper Austin Harms and the rest of the Harvard men’s soccer team’s defense wanted a shot at redemption.
The Harvard men’s soccer team knew it should have been more than a goal up at halftime against Army. Despite
Despite a 2008 season in which he scored 10 goals, became the Harvard men’s soccer team’s all-time leader in points,
For the first 30 minutes of its season-opening match against Stony Brook on Friday afternoon, the Harvard men’s soccer team
The Harvard men’s soccer team will look back on its 2008 season and forever wonder what could have been. What
A fitting end just wasn’t to be for the four seniors of the Harvard women’s basketball team. For the second