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Zachary H. Richner

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Men's Basketball

Lin headed to Houston amidst Knicks’ trade for veteran PG?

In a move that could spell the end of the Jeremy Lin era in New York, the Knicks have agreed ...

Men's Basketball

Harvard to Help Kick Off College Basketball Season on ESPN

Coming off of its first NCAA Tournament appearance in 66 years, the Harvard men’s basketball team will be one of the clubs featured in ESPN’s College Hoops Tip-Off Marathon on November 13.


Crimson Swept by Bulldogs in Sunday Twinbill

Two late-inning rallies were not enough for the Harvard softball team yesterday, which was swept by its New Haven rival


Harvard Kicks Off Beanpot Tourney

Coming off Sunday’s 17-inning victory against Princeton, Harvard (7-18, 5-3 Ivy) begins its quest for its third Beanpot Championship today


Marathon nightcap ends on Stack-Babich single

The Harvard baseball team (7-18, 5-3 Ivy) split two games against the Princeton Tigers (9-13, 2-6) on Sunday, losing the

Men's Crew

High Expectations Mark Season-Opening Races

Harvard’s heavyweight and lightweight crew teams opened their seasons this weekend, and both teams turned in strong performances. Racing in


Harvard Bats Come Alive in Sweep

On the heels of Monday’s two victories at Penn, Harvard (17-7, 3-1 Ivy League) won its first two home games

Women's Lacrosse

WEB UPDATE: Terriers Hold on in 17-12 Harvard Loss

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team appeared to have made strides after its thrilling 14-12 win last Wednesday at Connecticut, but

Women's Tennis

Crimson Falters Down South

Although the Harvard women’s tennis team headed South for a pair of matches this weekend, all was not sunny for


Carnival Yields Familiar Results

The Harvard skiing team recorded its fifth consecutive tenth-place finish this past weekend at the Middlebury College Winter Carnival in