Jacob D. H. Feldman
Everyone knew rising sophomore Seitu Smith was quick on the field. But what has come as a surprise is how speedily he has gained national recognition.
Two days after starting and registering 12 points and seven rebounds in an upset of the Czech Republic, sophomore Temi Fagbenle made the final 12-woman roster for the Great Britain team Friday in advance of the 2012 London Olympics, which begin in late July.
After 25 years of waiting for his trophy, Chiarelli led the Boston Bruins to win the Stanley Cup in 2011.
Coming into the 2011 campaign, it was all but assumed that Winters, the returning starter, would lead the Crimson attack, but a week-one matchup against Holy Cross forced the Harvard football team to change its plans.
In her senior campaign, Alexander led her team in hits, batting average, on-base percentage, slugging percentage, runs and extra-base hits as her breakout year helped the Crimson claim a second straight Ivy League title.
When Harvard topped the higher-seeded No. 50 Maryland Terrapins and No. 23 Texas Tech Red Raiders to advance to the NCAA Regional Final, it cemented the team as one of the best in Ivy softball history.
Co-captain Brogan Berry may not have led the Harvard women’s basketball team in scoring, but she seemed to lead the team in nearly every time of need.
The Harvard softball team’s wild three-day NCAA tournament run came to an end Sunday at the hands of 16th-seeded Washington.
Behind two standout performances from Rachel Brown, the Harvard softball won both of its contests on Saturday and set up a rematch with No. 18 Washington.
Ivy League athletic directors have blocked proposed plans for a four-team playoff, instead voting to maintain the league’s current system for crowning a conference champion.
The Harvard softball team completed one of its group goals Friday by claiming a second straight title. But that wasn’t the only accomplishment achieved by the squad this year.
Led by its pair of aces, the Harvard softball team earned its second straight conference title by sweeping Penn.
In the moments before the Harvard men’s rugby team’s final match, its coach, David Gonzales, made a big announcement to the team: The rugby program plans to raise money to build a new home for Harvard rugby.
The Crimson registered a come-from-behind, 2-1 win in game two.
The winds of change howling through the world of sports safety have become impossible to ignore. Traditional football has nearly been toppled by the gusts, and the winds’ next victim, hockey, lies just around the corner. Adding to the drafts is none other than our little Ivy League. The breezes began back in 2009, when the NFL was called out by Congress for not adequately protecting its players from the dangers of concussions and other head injuries.