Recently, the Ivy League and Harvard have prioritized preventing and treating concussions. But despite this, every year, the concussions keep coming.
With the 4-0 win, the No. 6/7 Harvard women’s hockey team completed its two-game sweep of the Big Green and will play in the ECAC semifinals next weekend.
Before the start of the 2012-13 season, the Harvard women’s ice hockey team (21-5-3, 17-3-2 ECAC) set its sights on bringing home the program’s first national title since 1999. The Crimson took a big step toward achieving its ultimate goal Tuesday, earning a share of the Ivy League championship with a 3-1 win over Yale. It was the team’s first title share since 2009.
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Despite playing with an altered lineup, the squad registered its 18th straight home victory dating back to last year with a 5-2 win over Brown.
With the victory, Cornell (21-5-1, 16-3-1 ECAC) retained its ECAC point lead, though Harvard (19-4-2, 15-2-1 ECAC) still controls its own destiny with four games to play.
In 1992, his penultimate year as Cincinnati’s football coach, current Harvard coach Tim Murphy led his Bearcats to a 3-8 finish. Twenty years later, a trio of assistant coaches from that team is preparing to man the sidelines at Super Bowl XLVII, but at the time, Cincy assistants John Harbaugh, Jerry Rosburg, and Craig Ver Steeg hardly looked like hot coaching commodities.
The Crimson posted its lowest point total of the season in a 58-45 loss to Dartmouth on Saturday, two weeks after a blowout win over the same team.
A 20-point lead was not enough for Memphis. An increasingly rowdy crowd of 16,204 couldn’t do the trick either. But a fourth foul on freshman point guard Siyani Chambers? That was all it took to finish off the Crimson, as the Tigers dealt their visitors a 60-50 defeat.
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.