Harvard men’s volleyball (4-3, 3-0 EIVA) outplayed George Mason (4-6, 0-2 EIVA) on Sunday afternoon in its most dominant performance thus far this season.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team (2-3, 1-0 EIVA) opened its conference season with a resounding win away from home at Sacred Heart (3-5, 0-1 EIVA).
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“The players were in tears after the match,” co-captain Natalie Doyle said. “The coach was in tears after the match. This was the first win [against Yale] since 2004. We have worked so hard to be the top of the Ivy League and this just proves that we are the best team in the Ivy League.”
Harvard Women’s Golf wrapped up its third tournament victory of the season at the Lehigh Invitational over the weekend.
The Back Page recognizes deserving efforts from Harvard athletes.
While football's Conner Hempel stole the spotlight on Saturday, there were other impressive Crimson performances over the past week.
Problem sets are already starting to roll in and the work portion of the semester is actually beginning to sink in, but don’t lose hope. The fall brings another season of Crimson sports and here are five games to look forward to.
Despite the sweltering heat a few days ago, it seems as if fall is coming early to Boston. Not discouraged by the dwindling temperatures and cooler breezes, Crimson athletes were involved in plenty of action this week and The Back Page notes a few that put in superlative performances.
The Harvard women’s golf team won the Princeton Invitational tournament this weekend in Springdale, New Jersey.
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Three panelists described current medical research and long-term goals to reform care and policy on athletic head trauma and concussions during a biannual symposium of the Harvard Society for Mind, Brain, and Behavior in Science Center C on Friday afternoon.
It's not your home. It's not your work. It's the "Third Space." On Friday, in the basement of Cabot House, a new art space will open. Third Space, the brainchlid of co-founders Sarah A. Moon '15 and Sammy G. Young '15, started out as a simple plan to get a pottery studio in the faraway Quad. But the space opening up tomorrow will be far more than just a pottery studio. "We're really hoping to have a collaborative environment," Young said. "We're hoping that the people who are more experienced will be able to assist and help out those who might be new."
The Harvard men’s volleyball team (14-8, 7-4 EIVA) clinched a berth in the conference playoffs this weekend after splitting its two home fixtures against Princeton (11-8, 9-4) and George Mason (14-11, 10-3).