The Harvard men’s basketball team, shown on Selection Sunday in 2014, has been the only Ivy League team to hear its name called by the NCAA tournament committee each of the last four seasons, but this year, both Princeton and Yale are gunning for a spot in the Big Dance.
The softball team celebrates a run in its win against Rhode Island March 31,2015. The young team,with the majority of its players freshmen and sophomores, will rely on everyone success this season, especially freshmen breakouts Rhianna Rich and Meagan Lantz, who helped lead the team to two wins this weekend.
Co-captain Saumya Karki, pictured in action at last year's Howe Cup matchup against Princeton, and the Crimson claimed its second consecutive CSA title thanks to a 5-4 victory over No.2 Penn.
With the Ivy League title on the line, the Crimson welcomes rival No. 16/- Cornell and Colgate to the Bright-Landry Center this weekend.
In the aftermath of the graduation of starting goaltender Ariel Dukes, pictured in goal during a game against Brown last Apri, sophomore Cleo Harrington has stepped in and carried the Harvard women’s water polo team to an 8-1 start.
Junior Katherine Tutrone, shown during last year's national semifinals, picked up two wins this weekend as the Crimson secured the Ivy League title.
Jimmy Vesey has been ruled out tonight against Union.
Junior center Tyler Moy, shown in action during Monday's Beanpot consolation game, will center the third line tonight for the Harvard men's hockey team.
Junior center Alexander Kerfoot and the Crimson fell, 2-1, to RPI on Friday.
With the Prudential Tower as his backdrop and a crowd of thousands cheering him on, American snowboarder Charles Guldemond soared into third place at the Polartec Big Air competition at Boston's historic Fenway Park on Thursday night.
The Northeastern defense kept Harvard at bay for most of the game, as the Crimson managed just 20 shots but only managed to slip one past Huskies goaltender Ryan Ruck.
Co-captain Jimmy Vesey finished minus-three in his final career Beanpot game on Monday.
Freshman goaltender Michael Lackey made his first start in seven games on Monday but fell short, 5-1, against Northeastern.
Guard Shilpa Tummala rises up for a layup in last year's action against Princeton.