The Harvard men’s basketball team was able to advance to the 2013 NCAA tournmanet for the first time since 1946.
The Women’s Rugby team was officially recognized as one of Harvard’s now 42 total Division I varisty teams this year.
There is rarely ever lack of a crowd at the annual Harvard-Yale football game.
Co-captain Christine Clark put up a game-high 21 points in women's basketball's 84-56 victory over North Dakota State on Saturday.
Sophomore forward Jimmy Vesey did it all for the men’s hockey team over the weekend. The Massachussetts native scored three goals and added another assist as the Crimson split its matches, losing to No. 6 Quinnipiac before beating Princeton 5-3 on the road.
Women's soccer co-captain Peyton Johnson was part of two Ivy League championship teams in her four years, including an undefeated Ancient Eight campaign this season. But her career came to an end following a 1-0 lose to Boston University in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Senior Kyle Casey had 14 points in just 13 minutes as the Harvard men's basketball team rolled the visiting Bison.
Junior guard Wesley Saunders leads the Crimson in scoring, averaging 16 points per game in the squad’s first two victories.
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Kathy Delaney-Smith rose from the high school ranks to enjoy immense success at the collegiate level, but perhaps a more lasting aspect of her legacy is her ability to form meaningful relationships with her players, even beyond their careers at Harvard. From her time at Westwood High School, Delaney-Smith has had a knack for building programs and connecting with a community on a level deeper than basketball.
Junior Jonah Travis had a career night in the Crimson’s season opener against Holy Cross, recording 20 points and 10 rebounds.
Junior Jonah Travis led the Crimson with 20 points and 10 rebounds off the bench Sunday.
After a slow start, the Harvard women’s soccer team is poised to win the Ivy League championship. Leading the Crimson is newcomer Midge Purce. The freshman forward leads the Ivy League with 16 goals and 26 points.
Now entering her junior season, guard Kaitlyn Dinkins looks to lead her team both on and off the court as co-captain.