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Harvard Field Hockey vs. Brown (Oct. 3, 2009)
Field Hockey

Harvard Field Hockey vs. Brown (Oct. 3, 2009)

Harvard Football vs. Brown (Sept. 25, 2009)

Harvard Football vs. Brown (Sept. 25, 2009)

Women's Swimming

SEASON RECAP: Harvard Relies on Young Talent, Wins Two Titles

The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team had a year of record-shattering success, the culmination of which was winning, for

Pfoho Musicians Uncover ‘Truth’

Can you handle the truth? In their debut show, “The Truth,” Freestyle Electronica plans to find out. Performing at the

Students Discuss Homosexuality and Athletics in Panel

Five Crimson athletes spoke at a panel last night to discuss queerness and athletics at Harvard in front of an

Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard Looks to Sophomores for Production

Being on a team whose veterans are nationally acclaimed and often recognized for excellence might seem daunting to an underclassman


NOTEBOOK: Senior Night Sees Upset Over Tigers

The Harvard men’s hockey team (9-14-6, 9-7-6 ECAC, 3-4-3 Ivy) royally out-skated Princeton (20-7-0, 14-6-0 ECAC, 5-3-0 Ivy) Saturday night,

Men's Basketball

Rookies Forced Into the Lineup

It’s not everyday a freshman is lucky enough to get a lot of action in his first year at college—but

Women's Ice Hockey

Crimson Looks to Keep Rolling in Beanpot Final

There’s no high like winning the ’Pot, and tonight the Crimson hopes to reclaim that sense of euphoria. After having

Women's Ice Hockey

NOTEBOOK: Vaillancourt Sparks Offense in Beanpot Opener

Harvard went above and beyond in securing a spot in the Beanpot final. The Crimson offense was particularly in top

Women's Ice Hockey

Losing Streak Drops Crimson Under .500

The winless streak continues for the No. 9 Harvard women’s hockey team (4-5-3, 4-2-2 ECAC) after falling, 3-2, to the

Women's Ice Hockey

Familiar Foe, Difficult Ice Lead to Tie

The No. 10 Harvard women’s hockey team (4-4-3, 4-2-2 ECAC) tied 1-1 with long-standing rival No. 7 New Hampshire (8-4-4,

Men's Ice Hockey

Fighting Sioux Crush Crimson

According to local jokes, you can tell a North Dakotan if he thinks that summer means three months of poor

Women's Ice Hockey

Unexpected Woes Continue as Harvard Tumbles

No. 2 Minnesota (13-2-1, 10-1-1 WCHA) trampled the No. 9 Harvard women’s hockey team (4-4-2, 4-2-2 ECAC) in a double

Men's Ice Hockey

Third-Period Onslaught Too Much for Crimson

CHESTNUT HILL, Mass.—Harvard was out-hustled and out-muscled on Friday afternoon in its first non-conference game at the Conte Forum in