Harvard (4-24, 1-7 Ivy) entered the four-game weekend hoping to improve its record in the Ivy League but came away with just one win, thanks to Way’s heroic grand slam at the end of the first game against Big Red (4-20, 2-6).
In Saturday afternoon’s 13-12 loss to Cornell, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team was unable to swing the momentum in its direction for long enough to hold onto the win.
Harvard’s own Harry Parker, coach of men’s heavyweight crew, is featured in a book about rowing: The Sport of Rowing, Two Centuries of Competition, a four-volume, 2500 page book about rowing by Peter Mallory. He just presented the latest two chapters, both of which focus on Parker yesterday on the website row2k.com.
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Harvard women’s lacrosse let a game versus Boston College yesterday slip away, allowing five unanswered goals to be scored in the last six minutes. The Crimson (1-4) met the No. 20 Eagles (8-1) on Newton Campus and fell, 15-10.
Harvard’s softball team boasts a special pair of co-captains this year: Ellen Macadam and Emily Henderson. Not only do they ...
The Crimson (17-10, 9-4 Ivy) entered this weekend’s road trip needing to win games against Penn (11-16, 5-8) Friday and the Tigers (23-4, 12-1) Saturday. Harvard kept its hopes alive with a win against Penn, but the team’s defensive mistakes kept it from success at Jadwin Gymnasium in New Jersey.
Harvard squash looks to repeat its sweep of the men’s and women’s national individual titles at the Collegiate Squash Association (CSA) Individual Championships this weekend at Dartmouth College.
High school hockey star, Devin Tringale, recently committed to Harvard for the 2012-2013 season. The seventeen-year-old Medford native is currently a junior at Lawrence Academy.
Senior heavyweight rower David Wakulich set a record for the fastest ever 2000 meter time for Harvard on Sunday at the C.R.A.S.H.-B. Regatta at Agganis Arena.
Last night, the Harvard men’s hockey team shocked No. 15 Boston University in the 59th annual Beanpot.