Any international athlete who arrives at Harvard knows that there are a lot of changes to deal with. There’s the
If there was ever a year to beat Cornell, this is it. For the past ten years, the Big Red
There are only two things a track team can do when visiting Texas: go to a rodeo and race. And
Sunny California brought only good things to the Harvard women’s water polo team last week, as the team recorded two
The Harvard women’s lacrosse team’s home game against Yale on Saturday was charactertized by passion, fury, and a whole lot
For women swimmers in the Ivy League, the NCAA Championship is a big deal. Such a big deal, that this
Not many athletes score 1,246 points in their career. Not many athletes can rack up 34 points in one game.
History was made last night. But not for the Crimson. For the first time in Harvard’s history, the men’s hockey
Three days. Four races. Four school records. All broken. When junior co-captain Alexandra Clarke returned from this weekend’s Ivy League
They went in with a mission. Only two wins behind Dartmouth, the leader of the Ivy League standings, the ladies
Whenever the puck got away, they got to it first. Whenever a rebound appeared, they made sure they had it
With a teaspoon of heart, a splash of soul and a cup of aggression, the Harvard women’s water polo team
Maybe 35 is the lucky number in hockey this year. Bruins goalie, #35 Manny Fernandez, has won 14 of his
BOSTON—All good things must come to an end, and so too did the Harvard women’s hockey team’s seven-game winning streak.