Harvard athletes were recently warned not to take a supplement called Antler Velvet Max in an email from Brant D. Berkstresser, Harvard’s head athletic trainer and the assistant athletic director for sports medicine.
In a fast-paced game on Sunday afternoon at Lavietes Pavilion, Harvard women’s basketball (1-4) suffered its fourth loss in five ...
While Harvard’s athletic attention may have been focused on The Game over the weekend, the men’s swimming and diving team ...
For Harvard men’s hockey, four is a lucky number. In its fourth game of the season, the Crimson squad won its first game of the year, soundly defeating Colgate, 4-2, on Saturday night at the Bright Hockey Center.
The legend of Haughton goes like this: In 1908 right before The Game, Haughton strangled a bulldog in front of his players in an attempt to motivate them to beat Yale.
The Harvard football team will look to extend its current four game win streak tomorrow against Ivy rival Princeton.
In a new weekly feature, The Crimson will be tracking the successes (and potential failures) of some of Harvard’s most ...
Just four games into the season, strong performances by both junior punter Jake Dombrowski and sophomore place-kicker David Mothander have made the duo hard to ignore.
The Crimson found itself in the middle all weekend. But it wasn’t necessarily in the fairways—Harvard finished in 12th place in a field of 22 teams, beating out four Ivy competitors.
In Harvard football’s first home game of the season, freshman defensive end Zach Hodges wreaked havoc on Brown’s offense, earning ...
Christine Wu stands out on the volleyball court—but not because of her height.
The Crimson kicked off its fall season this weekend by hosting the Harvard Fall Classic at the newly resurfaced courts of the Beren Tennis Center.
Standout freshman soccer player Lauren Urke has had no problem adjusting to the fast-pace play on the soccer pitch. With a goal and an assist on Sunday, Urke helped lead the Harvard women’s soccer over the University of Connecticut.
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