When Harvard field hockey challenged Columbia in New York on Sunday afternoon, the Crimson struggled mightily for the first 64 minutes of the contest, but came back with a vengeance to finish off the season on a high note.
After a slow start, the Harvard field hockey squad (1-2) notched its first victory of the season on Friday night against Holy Cross (1-2), rallying off four straight goals in the second half to beat the Crusaders for the seventh straight year.
Researchers at the Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences have developed a mechanism for tactile sensation that will allow robotic machinery to be more gentle, durable, and affordable than before.
After finishing the season strong, the Harvard men’s volleyball team will challenge George Mason on Thursday night in the first round of the EIVA conference tournament.
Harvard men’s lacrosse coach Chris Wojcik ‘96 was not surprised when his team selected rising-senior defenseman Jason Gonos to lead the Crimson as its sole captain for the 2013 season.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team struggled initially on Friday night, playing conference foe New Jersey Institute of Technology into five games. But the squad suddenly turned it on at the very end of the contest, seizing a victory, 3-2, amidst come-backs from deficits in both the overall match and individual games.
The Harvard men’s lacrosse team rebounded from two straight nail-biting losses on Tuesday afternoon, riding strong play from its freshmen to earn an 18-8 victory at Quinnipiac.
Today may have been free cone day, but the more-than-usual goodness is lasting all month at our local Ben & Jerry's. People in Harvard Square now have a new option for delicious food that will satisfy both their physical hunger and their desire to do good. PBHA has teamed up with Ben & Jerry's to offer a new flavor of ice cream called "What-SUP."
After Harvard’s second-half run put the Crimson up, Brown quickly responded with four straight goals, and nine out of the next 11, bringing the final score to 15-9 and dropping Harvard to sixth place in the Ancient Eight.
The Harvard men’s tennis team’s seven-match winning streak will be put on the line this weekend when it opens up Ivy League play at the Beren Tennis Center with two matches against Columbia and Cornell.
The Harvard men’s lacrosse team has watched a new offensive star emerge this week, seemingly out of nowhere.
The Harvard track and field team faced stiff competition in the 86th Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays that took place this week at the University of Texas at Austin from Wednesday to Saturday, and the Snowflake Classic hosted by Tufts in Medford, Mass. on Saturday.
The Harvard men’s lacrosse team (4-4, 1-1 Ivy) hosted perennial powerhouse Duke (7-4, 1-1 ACC) on Soldiers Field Saturday night. The Crimson came into the game unranked against the No. 10 Blue Devils, but stayed with its opponents before eventually falling at the end, 12-11.
After the sudden death of longtime baseball coach Joe Walsh, the Harvard program was thrown into flux as the athletic department attempted to find a replacement for the man who led the Crimson for 17 years. Out of the search for a manager emerged Bill Decker, the former head coach at Trinity College.
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