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James M. Acer

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Men's Ice Hockey

Experienced Princeton Escapes Late Crimson Offensive Surge

Despite the Crimson’s heroics, the Princeton defense held strong for the remainder of the game, and the Harvard men’s hockey team could not find an equalizer as it fell, 4-3, in its opening contest of the 2011-2012 season.

Men's Water Polo

Host Harvard Takes Third at Ivy League Championships

After falling short against Brown on Sunday morning at Blodgett Pool, Harvard men’s water polo team rallied in a dominant ...

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Sports Blog

A Twitter Directory of Harvard Athletes

For those looking to take their Crimson fandom to the next level, it’s time to stop procrastinating your way through that paper by checking Facebook every 3 minutes, and time to make the move to Twitter.

Claiming Innocenzi
Men's Soccer

Harvard Suffers Second Straight Shutout, Falls to Bears

The Bears handed Harvard (2-9-1, 0-3) its fifth consecutive loss, a streak that includes the squad’s first three Ivy League contests.

Men's Tennis

Rookies Acing Early Contests

Already, the performances of a handful of its rookie members have given the squad hope that this year’s freshman class can push the Crimson over the top.

Women's Soccer

Crimson Nails Yale in Overtime for Second Straight Ivy Win

Harvard sophomore Peyton Johnson buried a penalty kick in the 93rd minute to give the Crimson a 2-1 victory at Yale on Saturday.

Michael L. Innocenzi '15

Crimson Freshmen Bolster Struggling Offense

It’s been an inconsistent start to the year for the Harvard men’s soccer team, which dropped a heartbreaking match to Vermont on a late-game header last Sunday.


Harvard Track Alumni Chasing Olympic Dreams

Charles Gillespie ‘10 and Brian Hill ‘11 are now chasing Olympic dreams.