Samantha Lin

Football

AROUND THE IVIES: For Football, It All Comes Down to This

For Harvard, which is in sole possession of second place in the Ivy League standings, a Big Green win coupled with a Crimson victory on Saturday will mean a share of the championship.

Columns

Harvard Escapes Another Comeback Upset

At the end of Saturday’s nail biter over Penn, Harvard coach Tim Murphy had to be wondering if Princeton coach Bob Surace was whispering into the ear of Penn coach Al Bagnoli on some sort of Killer P hotline. After all, the situation was all too familiar for Murphy.

Hands Together
Women's Basketball

More Than a Coach

Delaney-Smith transformed a program that had once been consistently below .500 into one in which winning was considered the norm. Since her inaugural title just five years into her tenure, Delaney-Smith has added 10 more banners, six NCAA Tournaments, and four WNIT appearances.

Columns

Lions Still Looking for a Win

On Saturday, Columbia didn’t have a choice. Despite being the home team, the Lions football players were also on team buses to travel all the way across Manhattan to the Columbia Athletic Complex to face Harvard.

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Women's Basketball

Christine Clark Has One Last Shot

A decorated player seeks the one thing missing on her resume.

Football

Football Beats Dartmouth in Final Minute, 24-21

Walk-on kicker Andrew Flesher redeemed himself against Dartmouth Saturday, kicking the game-winner with less than a minute left.

Football

Harvard Still in the Hunt for the Ivy League Title

With the departure of Princeton, will the curse lift?

Football

Football Falls to Princeton in Triple Overtime, 51-48

The Crimson attempted to orchestrate another comeback after trailing the Tigers for much of the game, but it was to no avail as Princeton triumphed again, 51-48.

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Football

Hempel Gets First-Team Reps

From the beginning, it has seemed as though Harvard’s quarterback situation has been up in the air. Just days before its Week 1 game, the Crimson still lacked a definite starter.

Football

Notebook: Turnovers Tee Up Harvard Dominance

The Crimson first-team defense forced four turnovers to lead the team to a win in its final non-conference game of the season.

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Football

Pruneau Keeps Harvard Offense On Track

The Harvard football team may have a tradition of producing great quarterbacks, but it also seems to have a knack for developing solid backups as well.

Columns

Mathews Wins Quarterback Battle, Loses War

Comparing a backup quarterback who had never started a collegiate game leading an injury-riddled offense with the one-man show of Cornell’s offense seemed like matching David against Goliath. After all, Goliath—Jeff Mathews, Cornell’s third-year starting quarterback—was entering his 33rd game starting and had just become the Ivy League’s all-time leading passer.

Sports Blog

Give-and-go: Cornell Edition

In advance of Harvard football’s game against Cornell, THC football beat writers David Steinbach and Samantha Lin discuss a number of important topics about the team.

Football

Undefeated Crimson Travels to Cornell

This Saturday, when the Crimson travels to Schoellkopf Field, it will attempt to extend its unbeaten record to four games and notch its second Ancient Eight win against a struggling Big Red team.

Notebooks

NOTEBOOK: Harvard Football Wins Rare Overtime Game

The last time a Harvard football game extended past regulation, it beat Yale in triple overtime, eight years ago. Saturday, it took just as many extra periods to down Holy Cross, but the Crimson eventually emerged victorious, 41-35.

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Harvard Square

For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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Columns

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