The No. 20 Radcliffe heavyweight crew’s races proved to be grisly on Saturday when it lost all four races to No. 5 Brown.
DAPA water bottles have taken the campus by storm thanks to the National Alcohol Screening Day that took place on Friday.
Already off to a strong season, Radcliffe rugby padded its season performance, winning in the Four Leaf 15 Tournament last ...
With the Minutemen’s national ranking, tonight’s game takes on meaning beyond the standings. The Crimson is looking to regain its own national ranking, and a win against UMass could push the team back into the top 25.
Playtime? At Harvard? Yes, that's right. As of last night, the days of playing with Play-Doh and LEGOs at school are not over.
The transition from playing indoors to playing outdoors proved to be a non-factor for the Harvard women’s softball team, who went 3-2 in its opening weekend.
Effective Jan. 1, 2011, bats used in NCAA competition will have a different standard, making metal bats behave more like wooden ones.
The Crimson finished yet again in ninth place out of 12 schools with 410 points in the Middlebury College Winter Classic.
With a short week of practice and players not in full health, the No. 46 Harvard women’s tennis team (2-3) ...