Botarelli gets the signal from his shortstop, spins, and picks off the runner, officially placing the Harvard Club Baseball team (8-3) placing first in the American Club Baseball Association World Series.
The Crimson will take part in the annual Harvard-Yale-Princeton match this weekend, which will provide an early test to a team that has added four strong freshman recruits to a roster that didn’t graduate a single person last year.
Quite possibly one of the greatest athletes to grace the Harvard football and baseball fields, Orville Frantz was one of the most likable and most controversial figures in history to play for the Crimson.
This weekend, the Harvard women’s and men’s golf teams are looking to upset the rest of the Ancient Eight in an Ivy League Championship after having their best finishes of the season last weekend in their respective tournaments.
Northeastern came from behind to beat the Crimson yesterday afternoon at O’Donnell Field. The cross-town rivalry matchup between Harvard and the Huskies was a back-and-forth battle that was highlighted with both small and long balls from each team.
Following strong showings over the past two weekends, the Harvard sailing team looked to build upon its success this weekend in the 29th Marchiando and 51st Friis Trophies Team Race at Tufts and MIT, and the Central Series Four at home.
With the fans behind him, the wind in his face, the lights above him, and UMass’s goalie standing between him and an upset win for Harvard, Crimson co-captain Dean Gibbons attacked, splitting defenders, and fired the shot that would put the Crimson ahead for good with 2:28 remaining in the game.
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.
Kyle Casey took off of one foot, elevated, and posterized a helpless defender. While Casey has performed a number of awe-inspiring plays during his career on the Harvard men’s basketball team, this was perhaps the most spectacular—and certainly the most important.