In a season that saw the team go undefeated and win yet another Ivy League title, the football team proved its dominating power once again.
After a breakout sophomore season where he recorded 936 yards and 15 touchdowns on the ground, junior running back Paul Stanton continued to impress, rushing for 990 yards and 11 scores in 2014.
Harvard couldn't keep up with Dartmouth in the second half and suffered a 76-61 loss at home.
With the game tied at 65-apiece and 22 seconds left in regulation, Harvard women’s basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith called a timeout to set up the final possession against a tough Northeastern squad.
The swings of the momentum pendulum began small, and then grew bigger, until the final swing catapulted this matchup between Harvard and Yale to perhaps one of the biggest in history.
As a future veterinarian, I have to objectively say that there is no worse mascot than a bulldog.
The path to football was always clear for senior Seitu Smith II and freshman Semar Smith, but the road to Harvard wasn’t necessarily so.
Behind each Harvard football game is a carefully orchestrated performance by the Harvard Athletic Department.
Penn didn’t make it easy for the Crimson on Saturday, but running back Paul Stanton came through time and time again for the visitors, and Harvard left Franklin Field with a 34-24 win and its own Ancient Eight crown.
High highs and low lows might be the right way to characterize the 2013-2014 Harvard women’s basketball season.
The Crimson rode three defensive touchdowns to a 45-0 win over the Lions in Cambridge to remain atop the Ivy League.
With a 23-12 win over Dartmouth last week, Harvard is now alone atop the Ivy League and in control of its destiny to win the Ancient Eight championship for a second straight year.
Four down, three to go. In a battle of the two undefeated teams in the Ivy League, Harvard came to Memorial Field and outlasted the Big Green in a defensive struggle to escape victorious, 23-12.
The Crimson completely dismantled the Tigers on both sides of the ball, cruising to a 49-7 victory in New Jersey.
Running back Paul Stanton and the Harvard ground game will face one of the country's most successful rush defenses at Princeton on Saturday.