After placing fifth in the Gill Dinghy National Championship on Friday, Harvard sailing has docked its boats for the last time in the 2012 season.
The Crimson qualified for the 18-team national regatta with its seventh-place finish in the Women’s New England Championships on Apr. 21-22.
While most of Harvard’s athletes have packed their bags and headed home for the summer, the sailing team is just beginning the most exciting portion of its season.
The Harvard co-ed sailing team has just shortened its summer.
It’s finals week, and that means something different for everyone at Harvard. For most, finals week leads to hours of ...
It appears that the season never stops, and neither do the Twitter updates.
The No. 15 ranked Crimson (18-5, 10-4) enters the EIVA conference championship as the No. 2 seed. The team will compete for the eleventh EIVA championship and first NCAA bid in program history.
Although the playing season is long over, the twitter season never stops for the Harvard men’s basketball team.
Despite the disappointing loss, McNally has moved on to bigger and better things. In recent weeks the future Harvard grad has found a new arena to dominate – Twitter.
The Ivy League is exploring the prospect of organizing an annual postseason tournament for the conference’s automatic NCAA tournament bid.
The Crimson (16-3, 8-2 EIVA) capitalized on strong defensive play to ensure that its seniors left the Malkin Athletic Center with fond, final memories.
The national success of Harvard basketball and other Ivy League teams has made the Ancient Eight more appealing to bettors.
The Harvard softball team returns to campus with two wins and two losses following its weekend series against Lehigh.
A calm settled over the Murr Center tennis courts as freshman Henry Steer prepared for his final serve of the evening.
The Crimson utilized a balanced offensive game and strong passing to finish its California road trip with two wins and one loss.