No team will hit the ice again until Dec. 29, so here at The Back Page, we took this opportunity to look back on the first half of the 2010-11 season.
Harvard women's hockey came up short against another tough opponent, falling to No. 4/5 BU, 5-3 on Friday.
In the last weekend before many ECAC squads break for the holidays, only two teams—Cornell and Quinnipiac—really got in the holiday spirit.
Harvard senior Gino Gordon shared the Asa S. Bushnell Cup, honoring the Ivy Player of the Year, with Dartmouth junior Nick Schwieger.
December has arrived, and the ECAC women’s hockey season is in full swing. The conference has a clear frontrunner—the top ...
There was no championship ring to be won this fall. But on top of his class’ perfect 4-0 record against the Bulldogs, Zar Zavala earned a different kind of prize: a Rhodes Scholarship.
For the first weekend of the holiday season, there certainly wasn’t much cheer in a packed Bright Hockey Center. The Harvard men’s hockey team was blown out, 8-2, by conference rival Dartmouth last night.
Yale linebacker Jesse Reising, who was injured during the fourth quarter of the Harvard-Yale football game on Saturday, is expected ...
As Thanksgiving approaches, Harvard undergraduates are coming down from the collective drunken euphoria that is The Game. Well, that is, pretty much everyone but me. Because while my classmates were tailgating and bidding their proper farewell to Four Loko, I was watching a football game.
The women's hockey team swept No. 9 Dartmouth in a home-and-home series this weekend.
A few weeks ago, The Back Page sat down with Harvard coach Tim Murphy to talk about his enormous success ...
Zar Zavala won two things on Saturday: a football game against Yale and the one of the world’s most prestigious scholarships.
The seniors of the Harvard football team completed their sweep of archrival Yale this afternoon, beating the Bulldogs, 28-21.