In a new weekly feature, The Crimson will be tracking the successes (and potential failures) of some of Harvard’s most ...
The Crimson men turned in an impressive ninth place finish, and the women’s squad finished 14th in a deep field that included four of the nation’s ten top-ranked teams.
The men’s squad earned a first-place finish, while the women fell to both the Tigers and Bulldogs at Boston’s Franklin Park.
The Harvard men’s and women’s cross country teams kicked off their seasons on Saturday as they traveled to Smithfield, R.I. to compete in the Bryant Invitational.
The Harvard men’s and women’s cross country teams kicked off their seasons on Saturday as the two squads traveled to Smithfield, R.I., to compete in the 5k course at the Bryant Invitational.
In spite of numerous injuries that marred their rosters, the Harvard men’s and women’s cross country teams enjoyed a successful 2010 season.
The Harvard track and field team was in action up and down the East Coast this weekend, as it competed ...
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The Crimson took on Yale in an Ivy League doubleheader at Soldiers Field and easily took a pair of victories over the Bulldogs, 8-0 and 11-1.
The Harvard softball team (26-14, 10-2 Ivy) took the field yesterday afternoon hoping to earn its fifth consecutive victory as it faced Boston University (24-12, 6-3 America East). But in the end, it was the Terriers who came out on top at the BU Softball Field, defeating the Crimson, 5-3.
The Harvard track and field team returned to action this weekend, competing in a pair of invitationals on Saturday.
While Harvard boasts more Division-I teams than any school in the country, participation on these teams requires not only great skill, but great time commitment. For many student-athletes who can’t find the time to compete at the varsity level, club sports are the perfect alternative.
The Harvard women’s water polo team came up with two wins against Connecticut College and Marist College at Blodgett Pool.
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