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Alexander Koenig

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Crimson Faces CWPA Foes

After two months of non-conference games, the Crimson will finally enter conference play this weekend with matches against CWPA rivals Princeton, Bucknell, and Michigan.

Sports Briefs

SPORTS BRIEF: Baseball Postponed, Softball Cancelled On Account of Weather

The opportunity for the Harvard softball team to extend its six-game winning streak will have to wait until this weekend. The chance for the Crimson baseball team to break its six-game losing streak will have to wait until Thursday.


A Brief History of Harvard and the MLB

With the Major League Baseball season officially starting today, and Harvard’s own baseball team toiling at 3-16, it’s a fair ...

On Campus

HLS Panel Discusses College Sports

In the midst of March Madness, sports enthusiasts from across the nation addressed the legal framework of intercollegiate sports at Harvard Law School’s third annual Sports Law Symposium, hosted on Friday by the Committee on Sports and Entertainment Law.


Crimson Drops Game One to Bryant, Game Two Called

As the sun went down in Rhode Island, the Harvard softball team (9-9) watched their chance for redemption set with ...

Pep Rally

Harvard’s Comeback Kid

What defines an All-American? According to Walter Camp, the great 19th-century Yale football coach, it is defined not only as one of the best players in the nation, but also one who possesses “unselfishness, sincerity, [and] leadership in the interests of sportsmanship and fair play.”

Women's Lacrosse

Victory Over Johns Hopkins Encourages Crimson

An 8-1 run to close out the first and finish the second half gave Harvard a victory over Johns Hopkins yesterday at Harvard Stadium.

Men's Ice Hockey

Hockey Seniors: Brothers On and Off Ice

The sky is low on a typical grey Sunday afternoon in Cambridge. Senior Michael Biega is sitting in his third floor Pforzheimer House room, holding court as challenger after challenger falls to his mastery of the Xbox 360.

Women's Swimming

League Title Bid Falls Just Short

The Harvard women’s swimming and diving team split up this weekend, with roughly half the squad taking to the pool ...

Men's Basketball

Magic of Numbers: Basketball Success

Each Thursday, The Crimson will compile a series of unique statistics about Harvard's sports scene. Welcome to the Magic of ...

Catch Me If You Can
Track and Cross Country

Princeton Takes HYP As Harvard Comes in Second Again

The Harvard men and women’s track teams closed out their regular season this weekend, taking to the track against Ancient Eight foes Princeton and Yale on Saturday at the HYP meet in New Haven, Conn.