Nine minutes into Sunday afternoon’s matchup against St. Francis (5-2-1), the Crimson (1-5-2) let in the only goal of the game and fell at Ohiri field in its final match before the start of Ivy League play.
Seeking its first win of the season at Providence on Thursday night, the Harvard men’s soccer team held the lead for just over two minutes in the first half.
After holding a 1-0 lead for the majority of Sunday afternoon’s game against Davidson, the Harvard men’s soccer team let its second game of the season slip away with just over two minutes left on the clock.
The Crimson was perfect through the dual meet season, but a slow start at league champs prevented a title repeat.
Low scoring season dooms men's soccer team.
Strong team performances to end the season and key upsets led the Crimson to its first winning season in over a decade.
The Harvard men's basketball team battled road losses and second-half deficits to capture a third-straight Ivy League title and advance to the NCAA tournament.
Junior swimmer Sara Li took the blocks at NCAA Championships alone, but it was a team effort that got her there.
Forward overcomes early-season foul trouble to becomes defensive anchor for men's basketball team.
Hope Schwartz looks at the best stories from this semester in sports.
Though one streak was broken this season, another—likely to be forgotten in the grand scheme of things—was made.
With one out in the first inning, junior third baseman Kasey Lange stepped to the plate and made history.
The Crimson (21-18, 11-5 Ivy) made easy work of the Bears (8-25, 2-14) in 4-0 and 3-1 victories that kept Harvard tied for first in the North Division before Sunday’s games.
Harvard took advantage of the Bobcats’ struggling starting pitching, working the count and coming up with timely walks and hits.