With the men’s basketball team’s regular season wrapping up at home this weekend against Penn and Princeton, the Back Page gives you an opportunity to meet junior co-captain Oliver McNally, one of the team’s starting guards. In this exclusive interview, McNally reveals his pre-game playlist, a time when he was posterized by a high school player, and his apparent resemblance to a character in “The Social Network.” Every week, The Full-Court Press will give you the sort of personal scoop that you’re not likely to hear at a typical press conference.
Even though Harvard, the country's No. 2 ranked women’s squash team, is coming off a tough loss to No. 1 ...
No. 44 Harvard (1-2) lost to No. 20 Northwestern (1-2), 5-0, on Saturday and fell a match short yesterday against No. 38 Boise State (3-1).
In the first match of the spring season, No. 44 Harvard women’s tennis came from behind to defeat Boston University, 5-2.
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With the women’s ice hockey team opening its season at home on Friday against Yale, the Back Page gives you ...
The Harvard women’s tennis team sent some of its players to the 2010 Riviera/ITA Women's All American Championships this week in Pacific Palisades, Calif.
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As the men’s tennis team opens its fall tournament season this weekend, get the chance to get to know one ...
To begin its fall campaign, the Harvard women’s tennis team traveled to Williamsburg, Va. to participate in the 18th Annual William and Mary Women’s Tennis Invitational this weekend. Despite just beginning its practices last Tuesday, the squad hoped to see how it fared against other quality teams from along the East Coast.
Frank Herrmann ’06 began his major league career with the Cleveland Indians on June 4 with 1.1 hitless innings against the Chicago White Sox and one strikeout against former Indian Omar Vizquel. The right-handed reliever was called up by the Tribe just that morning from Triple-A Columbus and earned the hold in Chicago in the evening.
The 2010 season presented itself as a test of whether last season’s success was a fluke. With the year completed, the team now knows the answer is a resounding, “No.”
Every season must come to an end. Holly Cao’s arrived yesterday afternoon.
The Harvard women’s tennis team lost in the first round of the NCAA tournament to Georgia, 4-0, yesterday at the Hoke Sloan Tennis Center in Clemson, S.C.
It’s spring formal season and the Harvard women’s tennis team is going dancing.
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