Cayla C. Calderwood
This year, the historic game of croquet was restored to Harvard’s athletic fields, and the young team has already catapulted to success on a national scale. The recently re-founded Harvard croquet team competed in the national tournament this past weekend, placing fifth in the country.
Yesterday the MLB came together for Jackie Robinson Day.
Long walks around Legoland and Disney World, intense blowgun fights, bike rides along Venice Beach and crashing in Tommy Lee ...
The newest round of AP and Coaches polls are out, and the Harvard men now sit at 22 in the AP and 21 in the Coaches. The Crimson climbed two positions in both polls since last week's voting.
Mo-vember, the month-long mustaches against prostate cancer charity event is sadly over for the Harvard men’s hockey team (3-3-2, 2-3-2 ECAC)which means that the team will take to the ice for tonight’s game against the University of Massachusetts (4-7-3) mustache-less for the first time since October.
About one fifth of Harvard’s undergraduate population play on a varsity sports team, but it is estimated that more than four times that number are athletically active. According to the Harvard University Admissions Office, “When club sports, intramurals, and varsity teams are taken into account, it is estimated that over 75 percent of our students participate in some level of athletic activity.”
Winning may be the norm for Harvard heavyweight crew, but even by the Crimson’s impeccably high standards, this season has been something special. Every boat is currently undefeated in its spring season.
Despite rough conditions on the Charles River, Radcliffe’s heavyweight first varsity eight (7-4) toppled Yale (6-3) for the first time since 2003 on Saturday.
Junior water polo co-captain Devan Kennifer started swimming at age three when her older sister Sarah pushed her into the pool—or so she claims.
Unable to atone for its early pitching miscues, the Harvard softball team dropped its cross-town matchup to Boston College, 4-1.
Student leaders from a variety of campus organizations spent an afternoon learning about leadership techniques and strategies at the inaugural Leadership Symposium on Friday afternoon.
It is a widely known fact that Harvard is home to more Division-I varsity sports than any other university in ...
Harvard men’s lightweight crew kicks off its spring season this weekend on the Charles River against Delaware.
The Harvard men's and women's fencing teams each had notable performances on Sunday at the NCAA Northeast Regional Championships in Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
With the entire campus caught up in basketball fever, some of Harvard’s other winter sports are due recognition as well: ...