The Harvard women’s water polo team finished its season Sunday after clinching seventh place in the College Water Polo Association’s Eastern Division.
While the Harvard women’s water polo team’s annual spring break trip to California served as a homecoming for more than half of the squad, it was not an entirely joyous occasion for the Golden State natives, as the team went 1-4 for the week.
The women’s water polo team fared much better at the Princeton Invitational, finishing up 3-1 over the two-day tournament at DeNunzio Pool.
The Crimson ran the gamut of game experiences, losing a close 15-14 match to Iona Saturday morning before dominating Villanova that afternoon at the Iona Invitational in New Rochelle, N.Y.
2012 is the Harvard women’s water polo team's chance to reach new heights.
Field Hockey head coach Sue Caples will not be returning for the 2012 season after the Harvard Athletic Department decided not to renew her contract.
Unable to secure enough tickets to justify sending fan buses to the game at UCONN, the Athletics Department and the People of the Crimson plan to sponsor buses to BU
After losing its first two games in the Collegiate Water Polo Association Eastern Championship tournament, the Harvard men’s water polo team ended its season with a win over Iona Sunday morning to claim seventh in the league.
Yes, he is from Canada, but no, sophomore Laurent Rivard is not a hockey player.
Members of the women’s rugby team and representatives of the athletic department have been holding private meetings over the course of the past year to discuss Radcliffe’s progress as a team.
The Harvard Athletics Department’s month-long billboard advertising campaign—in which three billboards were erected around Boston encouraging locals to attend Harvard football games—will begin wrapping up later this week.
In past years, Harvard students looking to make quick money looked to coupons and research studies in need of subjects. But this year, students have another option for easy cash flow: school spirit.
This weekend, Harvard men’s and women’s club tennis teams wrote the inaugural success story of the 2011 club sports fall season, winning the Battle of the Sections Tournament on the U.S Open courts at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center in Queens.
In the fourth quarter of last weekend’s Harvard men’s water polo game against George Washington, after the Colonials' set struck ...
Harvard claimed a comeback 8-6 victory over Fordham and split the Princeton Invitational, 2-2.
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