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Win for the Huskies
Men's Ice Hockey

Win for the Huskies

Harvard and Northeastern last meet in the consolation game of the 2016 Beanpot, as shown here, where the Huskies won, 5-1.

Pure Dominance
Women's Squash

Pure Dominance

The Crimson women’s squash team last suffered defeat more than two years ago. The date was Jan. 11, 2015. The final score was a tight 5-4. Since then, Harvard has won two national championships and seems poised to claim a third. Through five games so far, the women are still undefeated.

Young is an Old Hand
Women's Squash

Young is an Old Hand

Junior Sue Ann Young reaches for a shot in a home matchup last season.

Backhanded Rebuttal
Men's Squash

Backhanded Rebuttal

Junior Bradley Smith readies to smack the ball in competition against Trinity.

Back For More
Men's Ice Hockey

Back For More

Harvard will look for its first win over BU since 2014, when it knocked off the No. 1 Terriers in their own building.

Devin Wins It
Men's Ice Hockey

Devin Wins It

Devin Tringale, shown in action a season ago, scored the game-winning goal against Princeton on Friday.

2012 Team
Men's Soccer

2012 Team

The Harvard Men's Soccer team during a game vs. Yale in 2012

Cool Running
Track and Cross Country

Cool Running

This weekend the men's and women's cross country teams will take on the rest of Ivy League competition at the Heptagonal Championships.

Sad Day for Sady
Men's Soccer

Sad Day for Sady

Last season then-sophomore Christian Sady earned an All-Ivy honorable mention. But yesterday against Seattle, the midfielder and the rest of his teammates failed to produce a goal as the Crimson fell, 1-0.

Strong Start
Men's Ice Hockey

Strong Start

Nov. 1, 2015: Vesey opened the year with two goals and three assists in back-to-back wins over Dartmouth.

The Catch
Football

The Catch

Senior wide receiver Seitu Smith;s 39-yard touchdown catch on fourth-and-12 with 6:38 remaining in the fourth quarter kept the Crimson's hopes of a comeback alive, cutting the Big Green's lead to 13-7 at Harvard Stadium.

Rally Time
Football

Rally Time

Senior offensive lineman Adam Redmond pumps up the fans as the Crimson makes its fourth-quarter comeback.

No Room to Run
Football

No Room to Run

Paul Stanton (bottom) rushed for a season-low 3.2 yards per carry against the Big Green, who stuffed the senior running back on the goal line on several occasions.

Can't Hold Us Back
Football

Can't Hold Us Back

After being held quiet throughout the majority of the game, Harvard fans began to cheer as the Crimson began its comeback.

On the Comeback Train
Football

On the Comeback Train

Harvard, down six in the fourth quarter, put together a scoring drive that will be cemented in history.