Jacob D. H. Feldman
Pinball fans will be in for a treat Saturday as the top two offenses in the Ivy League square off at Harvard Stadium. But the matchup between the Crimson football team and Cornell will offer more than a meaningless arcade-corner duel: it could decide who wins the Ancient Eight.
Harvard men’s basketball recruit Noah Allen rescinded his verbal commitment to the Crimson and reopened his recruitment on Monday, citing financial aid concerns.
In the second installment of a new weekly series, we break down the ins and out of the Harvard football team. This week, we dissect how Crimson receivers have been getting open against opposing defenses.
The Crimson offense could not be contained by the Holy Cross defense or a steady rain.
A Brown touchdown with minutes remaining in the third quarter left the Harvard football team entrenched in its second straight battle heading into the fourth quarter.
The play requires impressive timing and football acumen, but as evidenced in these few plays from the Crimson’ win over San Diego, the Harvard offense has made it look easy.
Limited by privacy laws and a desire for team privacy, Murphy provided few specifics or details about the investigation into alleged cheating in last spring’s Government 1310: “Introduction to Congress” class and its possible effect on the Harvard football team, but Murphy defended the character of his team as a whole.
The Crimson didn’t look like the team that swept through the Ivy League a year ago, but it did enough in the season opener to beat San Diego, 28-13, on Saturday.
The four-cone drill was a staple of senior Nnamdi Obukwelu’s offseason workout regimen. Standing in the middle of four equidistant ...
After the withdrawal of co-captain senior Kyle Casey and the expected departure of Brandyn Curry, the Harvard men's basketball team’s championship prospects have significantly diminished.
Among the roughly 125 students under investigation for cheating in last spring’s class Government 1310, the varsity athletes implicated in the scandal must deal with an extra layer of concerns.
Last week, the Harvard athletic department announced that women’s rugby will become a varsity sport in the 2013-2014 season. Keith W. Cooper ’83, president of the Harvard rugby alumni association, said that the new status is just one step in a complete remodeling of the men’s and women’s rugby programs.