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Jacob D. H. Feldman

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Christine Clark
Women's Basketball

Ivy Leader Princeton Topples Women's Basketball at Home

Princeton, the top team in the Ivy League, left Lavietes Pavilion with an 84-56 win.

Brogan Berry
Women's Basketball

Berry Leads Women's Basketball to Another Ivy Win

In Harvard's 66-52 win over Penn, co-captain Brogan Berry finished with 26 points after netting 18 in the second half.

Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball's Offense Struggles in Victory

The Harvard men’s basketball team handily defeated Cornell, 71-60, at Lavietes Pavilion on Friday night. But that isn’t to say the squad played a perfect game, or anywhere near one, as the Crimson struggled to consistently score against the Big Red.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Keeps Columbia From Its First Ivy Win

The Harvard women’s basketball team topped Columbia, 68-56, on the road, despite its two top scorers combining to shoot 5 for 21.

Department of Athletics

Coaches Monitor Athletes Online in the Age of Twitter

As Harvard’s program emerges on the national stage and receives more media scrutiny, head coach Tommy Amaker has assigned his assistant coaches to monitor what players on the team are saying on their personal Twitter accounts.

Sports Blog

Women's Basketball, Hockey Witness History in the Making

Alan St. Louis’ dream is to sing the national anthem for the Boston Red Sox. To get there, he’s decided to take the long road – a road that recently stopped in Cambridge.

Berry shoots
Women's Basketball

After Clark Goes Down, Women's Basketball Hangs On To Top Bears

After suffering back-to-back narrow losses, the Harvard women’s basketball team never trailed against Brown Sunday afternoon at Lavietes Pavilion. Despite a series of late-game scares, the Crimson (9-8, 2-1 Ivy) moved back above .500 with a 65-57 victory.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Falls to Yale in Narrow 68-63 Loss

For the second time in as many games, the Harvard women’s basketball team found itself down three in the final moments. And once again, the Crimson couldn’t come through, this time falling to Yale, 68-63.


Yale Quarterback Faces Sexual Assault Allegations

Yale quarterback Patrick Witt, who attracted national attention when he faced a decision between playing in the Nov. 19 Harvard-Yale football game or attending an interview for a Rhodes Scholarship, reportedly did not have a choice at all.


Harvard Football Coaches Depart for Yale

Assistant football coaches Kris Barber, Joe M. Conlin, and A. Dwayne Wilmot will leave Harvard for positions at Yale, Harvard ...

Men's Basketball

Bench Leads Men’s Basketball to Win Over Dartmouth

HANOVER, N.H.—The starters never got started Saturday night when the No. 24 Harvard men’s basketball team extended its winning streak to four games, topping Dartmouth, 54-38, for the second time in as many weeks.


Murphy Named President of the American Football Coaches Association

The winningest football coach in Harvard history has another accolade to add to his growing resume. Having surpassed his Crimson predecessors in the record books, Harvard football coach Tim Murphy now sets out to lead his peers as the 2012 president of the American Football Coaches Association.

Breaking Sports

AROUND THE IVIES: Penn, Yale Return from Southern Swings Empty-Handed

While the Harvard men’s basketball team stayed close to home in the final week of 2011, traveling crosstown to face Boston College and hosting St. Joseph’s, Penn and Yale took up a different strategy.

Men's Basketball

Crimson Crossovers: Kyle Casey and Lamar Odom

It truly is the most wonderful time of the year. On Dec. 25, we all shared in a gift that ...

Men's Basketball

Crimson Crossovers: Laurent Rivard and Jason Kapono

It truly is the most wonderful time of the year. On Dec. 25, we all shared in a gift that ...

Massachusetts Hall

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard