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Brenna R. Nelsen

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Women's Ice Hockey

NOTEBOOK: Early Deficit Leads to Loss

Back-to-back goals in the third period were not enough for the No. 3/5 Harvard women’s ice hockey team in the opening round of the 36th Annual Beanpot Tournament. The Crimson (17-3-3, 13-2-2 ECAC) fell Tuesday night in a 4-3 decision to Northeastern (14-12-2, 8-6-2 Hockey East) at Boston College’s Conte Forum.

Columns

Women's Rugby Remembers Its Roots

A little over two months removed from its first varsity practice, the Crimson found itself rightfully situated at the top of the Ivy League. But this wasn’t exactly the “rags to riches” season it may, at first glance, appear to be.

Women's Rugby

Women's Rugby Captures First League Championship

In a season of many firsts, the Harvard women’s rugby team reached another milestone on Sunday, capturing its first ever Ivy League Championship title.

Women's Rugby

Women's Rugby Trounces Princeton

The Crimson came out firing from the start and never looked back en route to a 36-0 victory over the Tigers.

Women's Rugby

Women's Rugby Bounces Back Big Against Brown

Going back to its roots, the Crimson looked and played like a new team, tearing past the Bears in a 57-7 routing.

Women's Rugby

Brown Represents U.S. at Nationals

As a co-captain of the Crimson’s first-ever varsity rugby team, Xanni Brown has a wealth of experience on the field. But in addition to her almost four years as a starter for the squad, Brown has the added experience of having played for the women’s national team in the summer of 2011, less than a year after attending her first rugby practice.

Football

Linebacker Returns to Lead Crimson

Work to win. That’s the motto that senior linebacker Joshua Boyd has adopted during his career at Harvard.

Making History
Women's Rugby

Women's Rugby Falls Short in its First-Ever Varsity Contest

Under the bright lights of Cumnock Field, the Harvard women’s rugby team took the field Tuesday night for its first-ever game as a varsity squad.

Women's Squash

Female Athlete of the Year: Amanda Sobhy

Sobhy became the first player in over a decade to clinch back-to-back Ramsay Cups. But her quest is not over yet, as the sophomore hopes to become the first player in over 30 years to win four straight individual national titles.

Women's Squash

Team of the Year, Runner-Up: Women's Squash

After capturing the CSA National Championships last year, the team repeated its success, dropping just one match overall.

Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming & Diving Season Recap

The Crimson cruised through an undefeated dual meet season en route to a second place finish at Ivy League Championships.

Women's Rugby

Athletic Department Announces New Women's Rugby Coach

As the Harvard women’s rugby team transitions to varsity status next year, the Crimson will have an experienced leader at the helm of the emerging program. The Harvard Athletic Department announced the hiring of Sue Parker last Wednesday. Parker will take over as head coach of the varsity team starting in the fall of 2013.

Sailing

Sailing Shows Improvement Over Weekend

The Harvard sailing team split up along the Charles River, as the Crimson competed in three regattas in the Boston area.

Sailing

Sailing Competes Against Local Rivals

The team looked to capitalize on its success from last weekend, when Harvard notched a victory at the Ted Ferrarone Team Race.

Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming and Diving Sends Six to NCAA's

Harvard’s performance at the season-ending meet did not quite live up to its regular-season promise. The Crimson turned in eight top-30 performances but failed to reach the finals in any event.

STANTING TALL
Football

Harvard-Yale 2014

Playing with the Rules
Scrutiny

Playing With The Rules

Highlight

Title IX Complaints in Higher Education

Art Museum Feature
Visual Arts

Newly Opened, Art Museums Prepare To Engage Undergrads