Andrew R. Mooney
You would have to scan far down the list of last season’s leading scorers to find the player whom the Harvard men’s basketball team may most lean on to put the ball in the hoop this year. But the Crimson needs no reminder of how much can change in a year, so it should have no reservations about assigning that role to sophomore Wesley Saunders.
With the Harvard men’s basketball team’s season opener less than a month away, The Back Page is breaking down the ...
On Saturday at Bedford Field, the Crimson is set to square off against a No. 2 Princeton team that boasts four members from the U.S. national squad.
The Harvard field hockey team earned both its first Ivy League win and winning streak of the season on Saturday afternoon, defeating Brown (2-6, 0-3 Ivy) in a tense 1-0 battle.
In a tightly contested matchup between archrivals, the Harvard field hockey team forced overtime with a late goal, but ultimately fell to Yale, 2-1, Saturday at Jordan Field.
What rotation will the Crimson rely on in its bid to defend its Ivy crown and return to the NCAA Tournament?
For large periods of the second half of Sunday’s game against No. 17 Boston College, the Harvard field hockey team played even with its more heralded opponents. But the Crimson was unable to convert its bevy of offensive chances into goals to surmount an early deficit, ultimately falling, 3-0, at Jordan Field.
If he wanted to move up in either profession, he would have to make a choice between coaching field hockey and banking. His childhood passion won out.
Despite a stalwart defensive effort for much of the game, the Harvard field hockey team ultimately succumbed to constant pressure from Sacred Heart, falling, 2-1, in double-overtime to the Pioneers on Monday at Jordan Field.
The opening ceremony always seemed to me an especially out of place element of the Olympics. On the eve of a fortnight of ferocious athletic competition, viewers are treated to three hours of the most elaborate performance art most will see for the next four years. Outside of the amount of preparation required, the sight of a giant Voldemort being assailed by an army of Mary Poppinses doesn’t seem to share much in common with a marathon or a discus throw.
It was a year of change for the Harvard field hockey team in 2011.
With the help of a coach on the rise, Harvard squash may be the Way of the future for many years to come.
The Harvard co-ed sailing team has just shortened its summer.
As the league seeks out higher levels of national exposure, it appears caught between two masters: the pressure to excel as a sports conference and the pull of tradition to maintain the status quo.
For the third consecutive year, the Harvard softball team earned a berth in the best-of-three Ivy League Championship Series.