The Harvard softball team topped Cornell, 6-2, in eight innings before falling, 10-8, in the second game in Ithaca, N.Y.
After a disappointing 15-6 loss to Bryant on Tuesday, the Harvard softball team gathered together and discussed its mistakes.
Even if the Crimson is long gone from the NCAA tournament, your allegiance to Harvard can still play a role in who you cheer for this weekend in the Final Four. Unfortunately, a true Harvard fan has good reasons to root for and against each of the powerhouse teams remaining. Below, we present each case and leave it up to you to decide who to pull for.
After instituting a set of rule changes to limit concussions in football, the Ivy League’s Concussion Committee will recommend a number of policy changes to the league presidents to protect student-athletes playing men’s and women’s hockey, lacrosse, and soccer.
On Sunday, the University of South Carolina’s daily newspaper listed Amaker as one of three “realistic” options to replace the recently-fired Darrin Horn as head coach.
Although inclement weather forced two cancellations, the Harvard softball team (10-4) went 2-1 in the San Diego State University Tournament, taking down the host, San Diego State, and Long Beach State.
Despite 21 points from co-captain Brogan Berry, the Harvard women's basketball team's season came to an end Saturday.
While every other team that has earned a bid to the NCAA Tournament this year did so drenched in sweat on the court, members of the Harvard men’s basketball team won a ticket to the Big Dance from the comfort of their own dorms Tuesday.
Needing a win to stay in the hunt for a WNIT bid, the Harvard women’s basketball team didn’t mess around Friday night at Lavietes pavilion as they took down Columbia, 88-64.
After leading the conference in strikeouts for three years and setting the Ivy record last season, senior pitcher Rachel Brown comes into this year looking stronger than ever.
Here is what could happen depending on the outcome of next weekend’s games.
In its final road game of the year, the Harvard women’s basketball escaped the Palestra with a 57-53 victory over Penn Saturday night.
During the Sunday afternoon tilt between Jeremy Lin’s New York Knicks and the defending champion Dallas Mavericks, Spike Lee wore Lin’s Harvard No. 4 jersey in support of the team’s newest star. Lee wasn’t only repping Lin though when he donned the Crimson No. 4, he was also representing a number of other past and present Harvard athletes to do the number proud. Here are four Harvard athletes not named Lin to make a mark while wearing the number.
Even as Lin has emerged in recent days as an international superstar, he has stayed true to the friends and faith that helped get him to where he finds himself today.
Harvard revealed its offensive gameplan early in Friday night’s matchup against Brown, as co-captain Keith Wright registered six of the team’s first 11 points. By the end of the first half, the forward had already recorded a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds.