The Crimson split its matches over the weekend, defeating No. 45 DePaul but falling to No. 12 Vanderbilt at the ITA Kick-Off Weekend in Nashville, TN.
Trailing Quinnipiac by four points for the ECAC lead, the Crimson will need to rediscover its scoring touch this weekend if it wants to keep pace with the Bobcats. But standing in Harvard’s way is a longtime rival and yet another nationally ranked opponent.
An undermanned Harvard men's hockey team conceded three goals in the first frame en route to a 5-1 loss to ECAC rival St. Lawrence.
After falling 4-1 to Yale on Saturday, the Crimson dropped one spot from third to fourth in both the USCHO.com and USA Today/USA Hockey Magazine polls on Monday.
With a chance to end an 11-game winless streak away from home against No. 19/- Yale under the bright lights of Madison Square Garden Saturday evening, No. 3/3 Harvard fell short, 4-1.
After turning the page to 2015, the Crimson is rolling again, recording its largest margin of victory (46) under coach Tommy Amaker with a win over Saint Rose.
Sparked by a three-goal surge in the opening four minutes of the second period, the Crimson closed out 2014 with its seventh consecutive victory, defeating RPI, 6-2.
Freshman walk-on Thomas Aiken's third period goal capped Harvard's seventh straight win.
The No. 18 Harvard men’s ice hockey team defeated No. 1 Boston University at Agganis Arena in overtime, 3-2.
Give Harvard students a week to prepare for something, and you will not be disappointed with the results.
Despite closing the season with a win, Harvard found itself on the outside looking in when the 48-team tournament field was announced by the NCAA Division I Men’s Soccer Committee Monday.
The Yale men's ice hockey team broke a scoreless stalemate after 46 minutes and held on to give Harvard its first loss of the season.
Two goals apiece from sophomore Tyler Moy and junior Brian Hart propelled the Harvard men's ice hockey team to a 6-2 win at home.
Harvard took advantage of an 84th minute penalty kick to improve its home record to 9-0 on the season and keep its Ivy League championship hopes alive.
With the first two months of the season in the books, the Harvard men’s soccer team has reached the final stretch of its campaign. And with the team boasting a 9-4-2 record, one would think that the Crimson should be sitting pretty.