Jacob D. H. Feldman
Junior Jasmine Evans has helped the women's basketball team put together one of its best starts in recent history. The team will now attempt to take off and reach new heights in conference play.
Harvard men’s soccer coach Carl Junot announced his resignation Tuesday after three seasons at the helm of the team, including the most recent 2012 season that saw men’s soccer go 3-11-3 and finish last in the Ivy League with a 0-6-1 conference record.
Junior guard Christine Clark, shown above in previous action, leads the Harvard women's basketball team in scoring, averaging 16.6 points per game.
The Harvard-Allston Task Force criticized Harvard’s North Allston development plans in a letter sent to the Boston Redevelopment Authority last week and later obtained by The Crimson.
After shooting over 50 percent in a win against BYU four days earlier, the Crimson moved to 3-1 with an 80-62 win over Holy Cross.
When the Harvard football team got the ball for the first time in the fourth quarter of The Game, it trailed Yale, 17-13. Five plays later, the Crimson was back on top thanks to a 32-yard pass from senior quarterback Colton Chapple to junior Andrew Berg.
During his time at Harvard, Tony Reno made his mark on the recruiting trail—now, as the Bulldogs head coach, Reno has continued to pursue top prospects.
Through two games a host of answers have emerged.
When Penn senior quarterback Billy Ragone imagined regaining the Ivy League crown, he couldn’t have foreseen it looking like this. But, puffing a victory cigar on his makeshift throne of a Kobata 4x4 injury cart, he looked plenty satisfied.
The Harvard women’s basketball team lost only one starter from its 2011-12 squad, but it will look quite different when it takes the court this season and attempts to reach the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2007.
Seemingly the only person who could stop Harvard was its own head coach as nine players scored touchdowns in a 69-0 rout.
The nature of the Harvard football team’s 31-14 win can be accurately summed up by a first-quarter play that started at the Crimson’s own four-yard line.
Captain Bobby Schneider had successfully made a team-high 46 tackles without a problem. He wasn’t so lucky attempting to make his 47th and will miss the rest of the season with a broken arm as a result.
The horrors of Halloween came early for the Harvard football team on Monday as it went back and watched its first Ivy loss since 2010 unfold.