Robert S Samuels
Days before Saturday’s season opener against the University of San Diego, the Harvard football team is grappling with the ramifications of the Government 1310 cheating scandal.
After a three year-stint in Atlantic City, N.J., the ECAC Hockey Men’s Championship will soon return to the site of ...
While the sports world has its eyes trained on the London Games, recent Harvard men’s hockey alums continue to make ...
Incoming freshmen left winger Jimmy Vesey and right winger Brian Hart were selected in this year’s NHL Draft in the third and second rounds, respectively.
Yet there’s an additional way this year’s contest against Brown will be different than the 2011 matchup: It will be available to a national television audience.
In a 16-team field, Radcliffe placed 12th overall while the varsity eight took ninth on Mercer Lake in West Windsor, N.J. The varsity four also placed 11th, its best mark in nine years.
Coming into the 2011-12 season, the expectations couldn’t have been much lower for the Harvard men’s hockey team.
Murphy cemented his place as one of, if not the greatest coach in Crimson football history.
Excelling in one sport your freshman year is hard enough. In two? That’s almost unheard of.
The Harvard football team generally sets two goals at the start of each season: to go a perfect 10-0 and to win an Ivy championship.
In Sunday’s first-ever Ivy League Championship, the Radcliffe heavyweight varsity eight kicked off a new Ancient Eight tradition in style.
Ultimately not taken in the draft, which ran from April 26-28, Ortiz failed to sign a free agent contract afterwards.
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But despite his stature, Winters still has his sights set on the NFL, be it through a draft pick or a free agent contract.
After an ugly loss to Holy Cross in the 2011 season opener, things looked bleak for the Harvard football team. But nine games and nine wins later, Harvard sat unscathed atop the world of Ivy football. And like Beethoven with his symphonies, the Crimson saved its best win for its last, its ninth: in Harvard’s Ode to Joy, the squad trounced the Bulldogs 45-7 to finish the Ivy League season a perfect 7-0.