Jeremy Lin ’10 nabbed the starting point guard job for the Los Angeles Lakers Monday after three competitors went down with injury.
The Crimson has won its last five non-conference games by a combined 11-goal margin.
A furious comeback attempt fell short for the Harvard men’s soccer team (8-4-1, 2-1-1 Ivy) on Saturday in its 3-2 loss to the host Princeton Tigers.
In the first professional football game at Harvard Stadium since 1970, the Boston Brawlers—a new Fall Experimental Football League (FXFL) franchise—emerged victorious, 28-10, over the visiting Blacktips.
As she tries to wrap her lips around the hard consonants of the English language, my grandmother fumbles with my small Nike garments. Turning them over and over, she attempts to enunciate the lone word in her English lexicon without much success.
For the first time since September, Harvard left the pitch without a win Saturday in its 1-1 tie at Brown.
Both the event’s theatrics and personalities were out in full force, with a dose of basketball thrown in among the assorted skill contests for good measure.
The Harvard men’s basketball 2014-2015 season will, fittingly, kick off with a shooting contest.
A 48th minute goal by senior forward Hiroki Kobayashi was the lone score in Harvard's victory over Cornell Saturday at Soldiers Field.
With the Harvard men’s soccer team going for its seventh straight win this Saturday, perhaps it’s time for some perspective.
Members of the United States men’s national soccer team practiced at Ohiri Field on Monday in the first of three days of training at Harvard’s facilities.
Harvard appears to be hitting its stride, and the Crimson is ready to take on Yale after losing to its rival, 2-1, last season.
The men's soccer team, shown here in earlier action, mounted its third comeback in five games to push past Massachusetts, 3-2, in overtime.
fter the Crimson comeback from a two-goal deficit for the second straight game, a 3-2 overtime win over Massachusetts (1-6), it’s safe to say the halftime adjustments are the right ones.
After scoring three goals in sixteen minutes to take out Northeastern on Tuesday, the Harvard men’s soccer team (4-3-0) is riding high.