It was a clash of the titans on Friday afternoon as the Harvard women’s soccer team visited rival University of Pennsylvania (4-4, 1-0 Ivy) for both squads’ first Ivy League game of the season.
It’s rare to find a preseason game that matters as much as Friday’s women’s soccer game.
As the saying goes, “To be the best, one must play the best.”
Three minutes is all it takes to make a Veritaffle, watch the new Harry Potter trailer, do Shakira’s Waka Waka dance, or make a banana split. Or you can win a soccer game.
Few people can pronounce his last name, but that doesn’t really matter since #6 of the men’s soccer team rarely ...
After sharing the 2008 Ivy League championship with Princeton, the Harvard women’s soccer team took the field this past fall with the rest of the Ancient Eight clamoring to take the Crimson down. But last year’s win was no fluke.
The men's and women's track teams finished in seventh place at the outdoor Heptagonal Championships this weekend.
It’s simple. Nothing is bigger for the Harvard track and field team than the Heptagonal Championships.
The unranked Crimson women's water polo team fell in three close contests to No. 7 Michigan (32-6), No. 19 Bucknell (17-10) and Maryland (15-19) to end the year 12-15.
While the week belonged to the ladies of the distance medley team—juniors co-captain Thea Lee and Claire Richardson and freshmen Carlyle Davis and Melissa Bellin—the weekend belonged to Harvard co-captain Jack Brady.
Day two of the 116th Penn Relays started out with a bang for Harvard’s women’s track and field team.
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It was a decision that left some in shock, others in tears, and many more in disbelief. Satinder Bajwa, the men’s and women’s squash coach who served Harvard for 11 years, told both teams Thursday at the Murr Center that despite recent victories—including the 2010 women’s national championship and two individual titles—his contract would not be renewed for the upcoming year.
Playing in No. 11 Hartwick’s shallow Moyer Pool on Saturday, the Crimson (11-10, 0-1 CWPA North) faced defensive trouble in the new environment, eventually falling to the Hawks (19-4, 1-0), 15-8.
While revenge may be sweet, the Harvard women’s water polo team learned it isn’t always easy.