Jay M. Cohen
With leading Ivy League Player of the Year candidate Nick Santomauro coming to bat for Dartmouth, Harvard baseball coach Joe
As the Harvard baseball team heads down to Providence to play a four-game weekend set against Brown, the squad knows
They may get to do it every year, but that doesn’t make playing at Fenway any less meaningful for the
In the first game of Sunday’s doubleheader against Yale, the Harvard baseball team could only muster two runs in a
It’s the top of the 10th inning in the second game of the Harvard baseball team’s Monday doubleheader at Penn.
They knew it wouldn’t be easy. No matter how tough the competition, though, going 1-7 on a road trip never
When sophomore Tyler Albright sits behind the plate calling the pitch, he knows exactly where he wants the ball to
HANOVER, N.H.—First Brittney Smith, then her sister Margaret, grabbed offensive rebounds on Dartmouth’s final possession of the game, keeping the
Saturday night, co-captain Emily Tay showed all in attendance at Lavietes Pavilion exactly what they will be missing next season.
Rarely does a freshman enter a season facing as much pressure as Conner Hulse. The pitcher will slot straight into
Like most members of the Harvard senior class, Michael Fucito is currently trying to get a job for next year.
In the dying seconds of Saturday night’s game, Harvard freshman Brogan Berry’s runner bounced off the glass before seeming to
Cornell and Columbia’s trips to Cambridge last year turned the Ivy League season on its head. If this weekend’s games
After the disappointing opening home loss to Dartmouth—perhaps its main rival for the Ivy crown—the Harvard women’s basketball team had