Max N. Brondfield
Since past writers have covered the profound and the memorable, I’ll take this space to draw out an issue we usually try to ignore.
The Crimson (3-19, 0-4 Ivy) dropped all four of its road contests against Penn and Columbia, losing a doubleheader to the Quakers in Philadelphia on Saturday before falling short in a pair of games against the Lions yesterday.
After struggling for the past few weeks, the Crimson (1-9) earned its first dual victory of 2011 on Saturday, topping Army, 21-12, on the road.
Collegiate wrestling has been a long road for junior Corey Jantzen, and, unfortunately for the seventh-ranked grappler, it’s just gotten ...
Junior co-captain Walter Peppelman dominated at the Lone Star Duals in Arlington, Texas, going undefeated Saturday over the three-match competition.
The Harvard wrestling team sent three competitors to the 2010 Midland Championships in Evanston, Ill., this past week, leaving behind junior co-captain Walter Peppelman, whose flight to Chicago was cancelled due to snow storms.
Once again taking on some of the nation’s best talent at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational, two Crimson grapplers finished in the top four as the squad approaches the end of its fall individual season.
It looks like Gino Gordon’s peers aren’t the only ones who recognize his value. The senior running back followed up ...
Men’s cross country captain Dan Chenoweth seemed primed to finally reach his pinnacle, but a slip-up in his last race left the senior short of his goal.
Before the Crimson football team’s matchup with Penn on Nov. 13, Harvard coach Tim Murphy noted that Collin Zych and Alex Gedeon acted like the two captains of defense. Turns out Murphy’s analysis was spot on.
In the modern era of sports, being a college coach carries with it the burden of constant media attention. Facing ...
The Crimson (0-3) traveled to Binghamton, N.Y. yesterday for the Journeyman Sprawl & Brawl, a dual tournament featuring some of the country’s top teams.
But for all the hard hits and the scary moments on the field, the fans can learn something very important from the players at Harvard-Yale: in the end, it’s just a game.
As the Harvard punt unit headed to the field for its first attempt against Columbia, the Lions’ radio broadcaster stared in disbelief.