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Fencing

Nine Fencers Finish Among Top-20 in Individual Divisions Nationally, Jarocki Fails to Defend Title

Despite finishing the grueling 23-bout pool play round with 20 wins to earn the top seed, Jarocki will have to wait another year for another shot at an NCAA championship.

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Notebooks

NOTEBOOK: Women's Ice Hockey Earns Redemption Against Crosstown Rival BC

Harvard coach Katey Stone suggested that her team's eight-goal loss to BC was one of the best things that could have happened to her team—a statement that held true on Friday as the Crimson upended the Eagles in the NCAA semifinals to advance to the national title game.

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Women's Ice Hockey

Overheard in Minneapolis: Women's Ice Hockey's Frozen Four Press Conference

With Harvard's NCAA Frozen Four semifinal matchup against crosstown foe Boston College less than a day away, The Back Page presents some of the key quotes from Thursday afternoon's press conference in Minneapolis.

Sports Briefs

BRIEF: Baseball Sees Bats Go Quiet in Winless Weekend Series

After almost reaching half of its 2014 11-win output with five victories in the first eight games of the season, the Harvard baseball team saw its offense sputter in a four-game series against Stetson to kick off its spring break slate.

Sports Briefs

BRIEF: Women's Lacrosse Stopped Just Short Against Syracuse

After taking a 7-5 lead headed into halftime against the fifth-ranked team in the nation, the Harvard women’s lacrosse team (2-2) saw Syracuse (7-2) power its way back into the game to take the contest, 11-10.

Fencing

BRIEF: Men's and Women's Fencing Tops Podium in Three Divisions

With spots at the upcoming NCAA Championships up for grabs at the NCAA Northeast Regional, the Harvard men’s and women’s fencing squads walked away with medals and a handful of top-10 finishes.

Women's Water Polo

BRIEF: Women's Water Polo Sweeps Weekend Slate

The Crimson improved to 8-4 on the year after sweeping a trio of road contests at Bucknell over the weekend.

Fencing Fury
Fencing

Fencing Takes Home Beanpot Title Over Local Competition

Another year, another hoisting up of the annual Beanpot trophy for the Harvard men’s and women’s fencing teams.

Fencing

Men's Fencing Takes Ivy Crown, Women's Team Finishes Second

Closing out the conference season, the men's fencing team was able to finish atop the Ivy League, while the women took home second place.

Fencing

Men's Fencing Takes St. John's Invitational Title, Women's Fencing Finishes 1-3-1

Though the Crimson men could not find a way to stave off its second defeat at the hands of Penn State for the second time this season to start off the St. John’s Invitational, the group won out the rest of the day to take the tournament in a tiebreaker.

Leaping Lames
Fencing

Fencing Begins Season With Strong Results

The women's team posted a perfect 6-0 mark on its opening weekend, while the men dropped one match while picking up three victories.

Harvard Stadium
Harvard in the World

Harvard Stadium Could Serve as Olympic Venue if Boston Lands Games

If the 2024 Summer Olympics come to Boston, Harvard Stadium may serve as an Olympic venue.

Notebooks

Men's Basketball Notebook: Amaker Sends Message

Harvard's five regular starters responded to coach Tommy Amaker's benching in the Crimson's 71-49 win over Florida Atlantic.

Football

Harvard Study Reveals National Concussion Education Lacking

Although a recent study found that colleges often fail to provide adequate concussion education programs for their athletes, students and administrators at Harvard say that the College has adhered to detailed guidelines for treating and identifying concussions.

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Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

As the Ivy League Digital Network eyes expansion in its second year, a question has arisen: how does the network balance its revenue-bearing identity with its self-prescribed objective of increasing student viewership?

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard

Central Administration

In Op-Ed, Law Profs Call for University Governance Changes

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Scrutiny

Not a 9-to-5 Job

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College

Freshman Advising: Under Construction