Using a series of “beeps” to help the athletes locate the ball and bases, “beepball” has given hundreds of people of all ages the chance to compete in sports again.
The Harvard women’s soccer team (1-1-1) suffered its first loss of the season, falling to Dayton (4-3), 3-1, on Friday night at Soldiers Field Soccer/Lacrosse stadium. After scoring two goals last weekend, Taryn Kurcz notched the Crimson’s lone score in the loss to the Flyers.
Yesterday, we came out with our second Harvard Sports Trivia Challenge. Now, we reveal the answers:
The fate of the Crimson (6-6, 2-2 Ivy), which hosts the Tigers (6-5, 3-1) at Harvard Stadium on Saturday afternoon, rests very heavily on the result of this game.
If you’re a sports fan, you loved last week’s Harvard Sports Trivia Challenge. However, looking back at the Challenge, we here at The Back Page decided we went a little too easy on you. Here are some trivia questions for the most ardent Crimson supporters. Answers to follow tomorrow.
The Crimson defeated the Crusaders, 7-6, on Fitton Field Wednesday evening and improved its record to 2-16.
The freshman wrapped up her undefeated year this weekend by sweeping through five opponents at the College Squash Association (CSA) Individual Championships.
While matching last year’s success might seem like something to strive for this season, the Harvard softball team is aiming even higher.
After having its seven-game winning streak snapped on Friday night, the New York Knicks, largely thanks to another big game ...
Although Steinroeder realized that the team’s result depended on his match, he didn’t let the pressure affect him.
On Sunday, both Crimson squash teams will head to Yale’s Brady Squash Center for their final match-ups until CSA Team Championships.