Kurt T. Bullard
The Crimson was unable to extend its win streak to six when it traveled to Hanover to take on Dartmouth and begin Ivy League play.
The Harvard women’s volleyball team got off to a slow start this weekend down in Athens, Ga. at the Benson’s Hospitality Invitational. But after dropping the first game to NC State and the first set of the second game, Harvard was able to capture some momentum and emerged victorious in its last two matches against Georgia and UNC Asheville.
After two wins featuring multiple comebacks over Santa Clara and Central Connecticut State to start off the season at the Harvard Invitational Tournament, the Harvard women’s volleyball team failed to pull off the weekend sweep after falling behind early to Delaware on Saturday.
Only a year after finishing in the bottom half of the Ivy League, the Harvard women’s volleyball team climbed the Ancient Eight rankings in its 2013 campaign, claiming second place in conference play.
The games may be over, but junior Wesley Saunders of the men’s basketball team continues to garner postseason accolades.
Sophomore Todd Preston’s run to the quarterfinals was the highlight of Harvard’s appearance in the NCAA Championships.
After struggling on offense in last week’s lone contest against Penn, the Crimson was firing on all cylinders in Cambridge this weekend against Marquette.
The junior power forward from Minneapolis has provided the Harvard men's basketball team with important depth off the glass.
Yale mustered two third period goals – both of which came on the man advantage - en route to downing Harvard for the fourth and final time of the season.
After dropping two critical matchups last Friday and Saturday, those dreams have all but disappeared. With a road playoff matchup on the horizon, the Crimson (9-14-4, 5-11-4 ECAC) will use its last weekend of the regular season to prepare for the tournament against some of the league’s top competition.
On a night where the Harvard men’s hockey team was looking for redemption, it instead found an ugly reminder of past troubles.
If the Harvard men's hockey team performs like it has of late, it may not be the last game that the Bright-Landry Hockey Center hosts year. Should the Crimson pick up some much needed wins in its final conference games, the squad may entertain the possibility of home-ice for the first round of the playoffs.
With the regular season winding down and postseason play looming on the horizon, the Harvard men’s hockey team (9-12-4, 5-9-4 ECAC) seems to have finally found its groove.
Less than 24 hours after defeating four-time reigning Ivy League champion Princeton at Jadwin Gymnasium, Harvard (13-5, 3-1 Ivy) fell flat at the hands of Penn (12-5, 2-1 Ivy) on Saturday night, losing to the Quakers at the Palestra, 67-38.
The ECAC has been anything but friendly thus far for the Harvard men’s hockey team (5-11-3, 2-9-3 ECAC), but the Crimson is looking to put another tally in the win column Friday night as the team faces Princeton (4-15, 3-9).