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.
With its back against the wall, the Harvard men’s soccer team put together a furious rally Tuesday night.
The Harvard men’s basketball team will play seven of its first eight games in the Boston area, according to the 2014-2015 schedule released by Harvard men’s basketball coach Tommy Amaker on Tuesday.
The Crimson more than doubled its previous season scoring output with a trio of goals en route to its first win of the year.
In its second year under coach Pieter Lehrer, the Harvard men’s soccer team (0-3-0) has endured a second rough opening to the season.
For the second straight game, the Harvard men’s soccer team (0-3-0) failed to convert key scoring chances late, ultimately falling, 2-1, to St. John’s (1-3-2) on Saturday. The Crimson has lost its first three games by a combined four goals, allowing six goals on only 13 shots on goal.
USA Today named the defending Ivy League Player of the Year the 34th-best player in the nation this summer.
Recent Harvard men's basketball grad Ugo Okam '14 will use his extra year of NCAA eligibility to play for Bethune-Cookman.
Although the full Harvard men’s basketball schedule has not yet been released, The Back Page took a look at a variety of sources to try and identify who the team will be playing in 2014-2015.
After entering the year with high expectations, the Harvard men’s soccer team went winless on its first road trip of the year, losing in tight matches against No. 9 Georgetown and George Washington.
Junior Michael Hall, a backup center for the Harvard men’s basketball team, has transferred to Morehouse College, an athletic department source told The Crimson early Thursday morning.
Despite losing All-Ivy performers in Ross Friedman ’14 and Kevin Harrington ’14, the team is confident that it can replace the graduated.
Leading up to the NBA draft, former Harvard forward Kyle Casey ’13-’14 has drawn attention from pro teams.
Every season has a turning point. For the Harvard men’s soccer team, it was a 2-1 loss to Yale in which the team gave up both the tying and game-winning goals within a 120-second span in the final three minutes of play.
With its third straight NCAA Tournament appearance and second consecutive trip to the third round, the 2013-2014 Harvard men’s basketball team (27-5, 13-1 Ivy) proved that Cinderella can wear the slipper twice.