The Black and White lightweights grabbed their first gold at Eastern Sprints since 2007 while the heavyweights took first in a pair of events at the Ivy League Championships. But the season goes on for both squads.
The five swimmers—all of whom were freshmen or sophomores—were the Crimson’s first NCAA competitors since All-American and United States Olympian Alex Meyer ’10 represented Harvard in 2010.
After commencing day two of competition with a promising 27-point lead, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team (6-2, 6-0 Ivy) sank to second place behind No. 24 Princeton (8-0, 7-0) in the 2012 Ivy League Swimming and Diving Championships, held this weekend held at Princeton.
The Harvard men’s swimming team split its matchups in this weekend’s annual HYP meet, topping Yale, 268-85, but falling to No. 24 Princeton, 207-146.
The Harvard men’s tennis team opened its dual match season in winning fashion this weekend at the Harvard Kick Off Invitational, defeating Denver on Friday and besting Drake and DePaul Saturday at the Murr Tennis Center.
In its first game of Ivy League play, the Harvard women’s basketball team trumped its old Ancient Eight rival Dartmouth, 71-63.
In its last game of 2011, the Harvard women’s basketball team was bested by another non-conference opponent, falling 72-61 to ...
Erez Lieberman-Aiden, a fellow at the Harvard Society of Fellows, has won the GE & Science Prize for Young Scientists for his dissertation research developing a new method of determining the three-dimensional structure of nuclear DNA.
After the Crimson claimed victory this past weekend in the Battle 4 Atlantis tournament and came just shy of earning an Associated Press Top 25 ranking earlier this week, interest in the team is at an all-time high.
What do primer cord, weather balloons, and model rockets have to do with the Harvard-Yale game? All have been utilized in MIT pranks on the day of The Game.
While the 2011-12 Harvard men’s basketball team is on the threshold of yet another breakthrough season, former Crimson guard Jeremy Lin ’10 is finding ways to pass the time amidst a historic NBA lockout.
The Crimson men’s ice hockey team faces longtime adversary Cornell tomorrow night before taking on No. 18 Colgate on Saturday at Bright Hockey Center.
With strong performances from both familiar names on the team as well as new contributors like freshman attacker Evan Ramsey, the Harvard mens’ water polo team brought a decisive end to its five-game losing streak.
The Harvard women’s soccer team pummeled New Hampshire in a 4-1 win Sunday afternoon at Soldiers Field Soccer/Lacrosse Stadium.
After being blown out of the water by Iona on Saturday morning, Harvard rallied to put up a fight in a back-and-forth battle against Fordham that afternoon. The Crimson (4-7, 0-2 CWPA) still left the weekend winless and 0-2 in its first games of Collegiate Water Polo Association conference play.
- Fifteen Hottest Freshmen '17: Date Spots
- Harvard Likely To Offer Concentration in ‘Theater, Dance, and Media’
- For Longtime HUDS Staffer, Multimillion-Dollar Windfall Brings Relief
- Ex-Harvard Student Brittany Smith Sentenced to Three Years in Prison
- Harvard Tightens Travel Restrictions as Ebola Outbreak Worsens