On Friday night at the Starr Arena in Hamilton, N.Y., the Harvard women’s hockey team (3-1-0, 3-1-0 ECAC) was down ...
The Harvard men’s swimming and diving team (2-0, 2-0 Ivy) started off its season with a bang, dominating both Cornell ...
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Freshmen aren’t the only new talent the Harvard women’s basketball team picked up for its upcoming season.
The Harvard volleyball team (11-9, 4-6 Ivy) beat Penn (7-13, 3-7) on Friday, 3-1, before falling to Princeton (15-7, 8-2) the next night by the same score. The Crimson hosted both conference matchups.
The Harvard men’s hockey team started off last season in a rut, dropping 15 of its first 18 contests. But something clicked in February, and the Crimson finished the year on a tear.
This season, the Crimson has just one senior: captain Alisa Baumgartner.
Throughout most of the year, the Crimson has turned in largely middling performances. And in its last match of the fall season, the trend continued.
The Harvard women’s golf team will step onto the fairways and greens of the Boston Golf Club in Hingham, Mass., Saturday to host the Harvard Invitational in what will be the squad’s final competition of the fall season.
Following a win at Brown (5-11, 1-4 Ivy) on Friday, the Harvard women’s volleyball team (9-6, 2-3) ended its two-game winning streak in a loss at Yale (11-4, 5-0) on Saturday.
After taking Princeton (10-5, 3-0 Ivy) to a fifth set in a losing effort on Friday, the Harvard women’s volleyball team (8-5, 1-2) pulled it together to take down Penn (5-8, 1-2) in its third consecutive five-set game.
After falling in a difficult final match to Northeastern (10-2), the Harvard women’s volleyball team (7-3) finished second overall at ...
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