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Women's Basketball Drubs Columbia

It may have been Valentine’s Day, but the Harvard women’s basketball team did not show Columbia any love on Friday night. The Crimson (16-5, 6-1 Ivy) opened up a four-game homestand at Lavietes Pavilion against the Lions (4-17, 1-6) and shot the lights out in the first half en route to a 99-64 win.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Nabs Back-to-Back Road Wins

Fueled by hot shooting Friday night against Brown (7-12, 1-4 Ivy) and tough defense against Yale (10-10, 4-2), the Crimson (15-5, 5-1 Ivy) finished off its four-game road trip with wins and now sits atop the Ivy League with sole possession of first place.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Snaps Four-Year Losing Streak at Jadwin

Staunch defense and timely foul shooting kept Princeton from regaining the advantage, and the Crimson outlasted the Tigers to win, 78-68, for the first time at Jadwin since 2009.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Nabs Win In Ivy Opener

After its first game of 2014, the Harvard women’s basketball team can cross ‘start Ivy League season undefeated’ off its New Years resolutions.

Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Men's Basketball Extends Win Streak to Nine

The Crimson's victory over Rice gives Harvard a 13-1 record, making this the best start for the team since the 1945-46 squad, which saw its season end in the Elite Eight of the NCAA tournament.

Sports Blog

Lin: "This team has the potential to be the best ever."

When the Harvard men’s basketball team (13-1) visited the Rice Owls (5-8) on Jan. 4, a familiar face—Jeremy Lin ‘10—watched from the stands.

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Men's Tennis

The Road Less Traveled

James Blake ’00 didn’t have a chance to react before it ended.


Football Controls First Half Again

Harvard’s 298 offensive yards heading into halftime were nearly double Yale’s output of 174 yards, and the Bulldogs offense, which struggled to put together cohesive drives, did not cross midfield until the second quarter.


Players Remember '29-29,' 45 Years Later

45 years later, the details are still clear in the minds of those who took the field that day.


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.


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.


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.

Captain Clark
Women's Basketball

Christine Clark Has One Last Shot

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


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.

Massachusetts Hall

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard