Senior quarterback Quinn Epperly will lead Princeton at home against Harvard this week in a match-up of two of the three teams that remain unbeaten in Ivy League play. A dynamic Dartmouth squad surprised Yale in New Haven last weekend to stay even with Epperly’s Tigers and Hempel’s Crimson.
Junior tailback Paul Stanton, shown here in earlier action, dashed for a 43-yard score to give the Crimson a 17-0 lead over Lafayette at halftime.
The first varsity eight of the lightweight crew team overcame a slow start to finish second, by just two seconds, behind Princeton on Sunday at the 2014 Head of the Charles Regatta.
Junior guard Siyani Chambers will be one of the contestants in the Crimson Madness shooting contest.
After a million-meter summer, the Radcliffe crew team returns key veterans looking to improve on its NCAA ranking and defend its IRA title.
A variety of outfits, from pirate get-ups to Hawaiian shirts, can be seen on crews all along the river at Head of the Charles.
Zack Hodges's (99) record-breaking sack was one of the few highlights of an abysmal first half for both sides last Saturday afternoon at Soldier's Field, writes columnist Jacob Feldman.
The Harvard women's volleyball team had no trouble on its New York road trip, going 2-0 this weekend.
Senior defensive end Zack Hodges notched 2 sacks against Cornell to move him into sole possession of the Harvard record.
Senior running back Andrew Casten enters the end zone for the game's final touchdown late in the fourth quarter. Harvard rattled off 24 points in the second half to defeat visiting Cornell.
Even with offensive stars on the sidelines, the Crimson should make quick work against a team of questionable Ivy credentials at Harvard Stadium this Saturday. Running back Andrew Casten (center) will look to build on last week’s performance at Georgetown, where the senior ran for four touchdowns.