Keith H. Bender
The box score of the men’s basketball 79-37 drubbing of MIT on Tuesday shows Harvard’s dominance in every statistical category, but fails to represent the single stat our Cambridge rivals led in: student attendance.
When the Harvard women’s soccer team walks off Stevenson Field at Brown on Saturday evening, the team’s playoff picture will be clearer.
The Crimson (11-27, 7-9 Ivy) earned a 6-5 victory over the Bears (8-29, 5-11) in the day’s opener but went on to drop the final game in a 22-9 slugfest.
Former United States Secretary of State James A. Baker III received the 2012 Great Negotiator Award Thursday.
Tuesday night, the Crimson men’s lacrosse team wants to mess with perfection.
The last time New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin ’10 and Boston Celtics Rajon Rondo and Paul Pierce shared ...
Yet another Crimson standout has secured the opportunity to play in front of scores of NBA scouts.
But another shenanigan of 1961 also lives on, at least in Harvard-Yale lore. The front-page story of a prank issue proclaimed that President John F. Kennedy ’40 had made the last-minute decision to attend The Game.
For the second straight season, Crimson coach Kathy Delaney-Smith has added a top-100 recruit.
Kanten earned her second shutout of the year with two saves in the Crimson’s Ivy League title-clinching victory at Columbia on Saturday.
Five years after his last collegiate play, Clifton Dawson ’07 is back on the Harvard football field. The all-time Ivy ...
The Crimson believes it didn't play up to its full ability in the second half of its 2-0 loss.
The situation was strikingly similar to last fall when an early-season injury sidelined the starting quarterback, Andrew Hatch ’09-’11, and then-sophomore Colton Chapple was called on to lead the Harvard football team.
As Harvard’s starting right tackle for its opener against Holy Cross, rookie Will Whitman traveled to Worcester and likely cemented his role as starter for the season.
Taking its three-game winning streak to Nickerson Field Wednesday night, the Harvard women’s soccer team (3-2) missed an opportunity to earn its first away victory of the season. At the hands of a dominant performance by Boston University (6-2-1), the Crimson fell 3-0, taking only four shots on goal to the Terrier’s eight.