In Harvard’s first appearance in the final round of the Potter Cup since its second place finish in 2004-2005, the Crimson couldn’t hold on against an undefeated Bantams squad. Trinity won its 14th championship in 15 years, after being unseated last year for the first time in 13 years by Princeton.
NEW HAVEN, Conn.—It took Wesley Saunders one trip to New Haven to become national news.
This weekend marks the first of back-to-back road stints for the Crimson. First on deck this week is a Friday night game against Brown. Then, Harvard will travel to New Haven to take on the Bulldogs in a Saturday showdown. The Crimson’s basketball beat writers answer five questions about this weekend’s matchups.
While a few members of the Harvard ski team will be back on the very same hill at Middlebury less than three weeks from now at NCAA Championships, most of the skiers enjoyed their last races of the carnival season at the Breadloaf and Snow Bowl.
After stopping at the Palestra on Friday to take on Penn, the Crimson will come face to face with Princeton—which has won three consecutive Ivy League titles.
Harvard and Princeton each own one Ivy League loss, and provided that neither team drops another game against its other opponents, the two impending matchups between the Crimson and the Tigers will determine everything.
It couldn’t be much worse for the Penn men’s basketball team.
In a new weekly series by The Back Page, Harvard beat writers will discuss topics about a Crimson athletics team. ...
After 30 minutes of dominant play at Cornell on Friday night, it seemed that the Harvard men’s basketball team could finally take a breath. But once again, last minute inconsistency almost handed the Crimson its first Ivy League loss as their lead began to slip away late.
While the rest of us are trying to pick spring classes and stay out of the cold, the Harvard ice hockey teams have different priorities. Facing off against BU, BC and Northeastern in the Beanpot next week, the men’s and women’s teams will look to prove that they are the dominant hockey force in Boston. The two week tournament is never an easy win, but it’s always worth watching. The Back Page breaks down some of the best Harvard Beanpot victories in recent memory.
Battling into overtime on Saturday, the Crimson and the Saints were locked in a 3-3 tie after Harvard fought back from a 2-0 deficit. But St. Lawrence took control in the overtime period and netted a sudden death goal to end the contest. St. Lawrence now sits in seventh place in the ECAC, while Harvard rests at the bottom of the 12-team conference.
When the Harvard men’s basketball team welcomes Dartmouth to Lavietes Pavilion Saturday for the Crimson’s Ivy League home opener, the Big Green will look to prove once again that non-conference records can be misleading
It was a bittersweet afternoon for the Harvard wrestling team when it welcomed Rutgers to the Malkin Athletic Center Sunday.
Watching the Harvard women’s hockey team face Union Saturday, you wouldn’t believe that it was the Crimson’s lowest-scoring win this season.
Ivy League basketball hosted a midseason teleconference last week with each head coach speaking about the state of their teams ...
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