They say first impressions are all-important. They are wrong.
The Harvard football team starts its season tonight without its top two running backs, junior Paul Stanton and freshman Semar Smith.
If you forget who junior wide receiver Andrew Fischer and senior wideout Seitu Smith II are now that the pair have switched their jersey numbers to No. 1 and No. 2, respectively, just remember they are the fast guys.
For the last month, Zach Hodges and Cole Toner have re-engaged in their raw competition. Theirs is the type of battle at the soul of football, but also the kind you might easily miss.
Spend enough time around college football and you will realize what is at the core of the game.
The conversation about Ivy League schedule reform has started. Will university administrators and conference officials respond?
You have never seen senior Zach Hodges quite like this, you might have thought if you went to Harvard football practice this week.
Tuesday morning, 45 days before the Harvard football team kicks off its season against Holy Cross, the Ivy League released its 2014 Preseason Media Poll and hosted a marathon teleconference with each coach in the conference and select media members. A lot came out of the conversation.
Junior defensive end Zachary Hodges continued to be a threat to opposing offenses from all over the Ivy League this season.
Junior forward Steve Moundou-Missi of the Harvard men's basketball team says he has always preferred to sit back and observe, to figure out where things are going.
Harvard’s influence in the NFL expanded over the weekend as four graduating members of the Crimson signed as undrafted free agents with NFL teams.
With Curry’s Crimson career now coming to a close, coach Tommy Amaker is hoping to end one of Harvard basketball’s most important and interesting journeys at a happy destination.
Back-to-back wins over Yale advanced Harvard to the ECAC semifinals against Cornell this coming Saturday.
Senior Jasmine Evans, shown here in previous action, sparked the Crimson's win over Cornell on Saturday evening with her career-best 21 points.
Junior Samantha Reber made the win possible with a power-play strike from the slot five minutes into the third, putting Harvard up, 3-2. Previously, St. Lawrence had scored two quick goals to turn a 2-0 deficit into a tie game.