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Men's Ice Hockey

Men's Hockey Escapes with 2-2 Tie at No. 9 Cornell

The Harvard men’s hockey team overcame flying dead fish and a third-period deficit to come back and tie No. 9 Cornell, 2-2, Saturday night in front of a sold-out crowd at Lynah Rink in Ithaca, N.Y.

Women's Basketball

Late Charge Falls Short as Women's Basketball Loses to UND

Down 60-57, sophomore Christine Clark threw up a three-pointer after a quick transition up the court with five seconds left on the clock. But the shot did not fall, giving North Dakota (9-9) the victory over the Crimson (8-7, 1-0 Ivy) Tuesday night at Lavietes Pavilion.

Men's Squash

No. 5 Men's Squash Can't Complete Comeback in Loss to No. 3 Princeton

In a hard-fought contest that featured one of the best matchups of the early season, the No. 3 Princeton narrowly defeated No. 5 Harvard, 5-4, before a sizeable crowd at the Murr Center on Sunday afternoon.

Zeke Out a Win
Men's Squash

Harvard Enjoys Undefeated Weekend Against Unranked Foes

The Harvard men’s squash team (9-0, 1-0 Ivy) blew away the competition this weekend, defeating a slew of teams from the Northeast.

Women's Squash

No. 1 Crimson Sweeps Two Contests Easily

The No. 1 Crimson (4-0, 1-0) defeated the Big Green, 8-1, and the Panthers, 9-0.

King Louie
Men's Ice Hockey

Former Harvard Forward Leblanc Reaches National Hockey League

In his first career appearance, Leblanc had two assists and the overtime game-winning goal, propelling the Hamilton Bulldogs over the Rochester Americans, 3-2, in the American Hockey League.

Men's Ice Hockey

Harvard Rallies to Top UNH

The Harvard men's hockey team overcame an early four-goal deficit and came away with a 7-6 victory over the University ...

Women's Squash

No. 1 Crimson Tops Williams, Stanford

The top-ranked Harvard women’s squash team opened the season with a bang, defeating both Stanford and Williams last Friday in ...


Students Publish Booklet on Slavery at Harvard

In the early days of Harvard, slaves played a role in the everyday life of the university. They worked in the homes of faculty and alumni, and later, they hid in the Warren House as part of the Underground Railroad.

Men's Basketball

Ancient Eight Arena Tour

The Harvard men’s basketball season may have ended abruptly last year, but at Lavietes Pavilion, the team could not be beat.

Supplement Stories

Crimson Eyes Europe Ball

Co-captain Brogan Berry currently has her eyes set on Princeton, Yale, and the rest of the Ivy League. But a year from now, she could be preparing for Bourges, Rivas Ecopolis, or Taranto.

Bieg-Time Player
Men's Ice Hockey

Crimson Gets Fishy Treatment From Cornell

When the Harvard men’s hockey team hosts the Big Red of Cornell at the Bright Hockey Center tomorrow, it won’t ...

Oh Lord-y

Crimson Looks to Secure Ivy Title Against Quakers

With a win this Saturday afternoon at Harvard Stadium, the Crimson will accomplish two things it hasn’t been able to since 2008.

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Men's Water Polo

Win Against MIT Qualifies Crimson for Eastern Tourney

With the season on the line, Harvard’s men’s water polo secured a spot in the CWPA Eastern Championships with an 11-10 overtime victory against host MIT in the opening round of this weekend’s CWPA Northern Division Championships.

Sports Blog

Where Are They Now? "Fitzmagic" Secures Six-Year Contract

This week was a big one for Harvard alum Ryan Fitzpatrick, who managed to secure a six-year, $59 million contract on Friday. The contract includes $24 million in guaranteed money, and could be the most lucrative in Buffalo Bills history.