Senior forward Jake Freeman, the Crimson's leading scorer, put Harvard ahead with a goal in the 55th minute as the Crimson downed previously unbeaten New Hampshire, 1-0, Tuesday night.
Three unanswered Harvard goals, including a deciding header from senior forward Jake Freeman, lifted the Crimson to a 3-1 victory over the Bulldogs at Reese Stadium.
Fresh off their most successful seasons of the last decade, the Harvard men’s and women’s ice hockey teams will enter 2015-2016 ranked among the top 10 squads in the nation.
In less than a second, the Harvard men’s soccer team came inches away from earning its biggest win of the season not once, but twice.
When Stony Brook senior Martin Giordano’s 77th minute shot pulled the Seawolves even with the Harvard men’s soccer team Sunday evening, it appeared as though yet another chapter had been added to a familiar Crimson narrative.
The Crimson will look to pick up its first win of the season against the Huskies on Thursday, but the team will likely be without co-captain defenseman Mark Ashby.
The Crimson will kick off the 2015 season this weekend against Loyola Marymount and No. 23 Southern Methodist.
After playing in the NBA Summer League for the Utah Jazz, former Harvard men’s basketball star Wesley Saunders has reportedly agreed to a deal with the New York Knicks.
The swimmer’s journey—from a Harvard women’s swimming recruit to an incoming member of the men’s team—is a historic one in the world of college athletics.
Former Harvard basketball standout Wesley Saunders will reportedly play in the NBA Summer League for the Utah Jazz.
The Beanpot title came after the Crimson fell to Boston College earlier in the season by a 10-2 score.
After being routed by Boston College earlier in the year, the Crimson got its revenge in the Beanpot final, defeating then then-No.1 ranked Eagles, 3-2.
Saturday night’s Midwest regional semifinal matchup between the Harvard and Nebraska-Omaha men’s ice hockey teams proved to be a game of inches, a game of seconds—one that brought the Crimson’s season to a close by the slimmest of margins.
The Omaha Mavericks enter the 2015 NCAA tournament against Harvard after a first-round exit in the NCHC playoffs. Omaha coach Dean Blais and Crimson coach Ted Donato '91 share Olympic experience.
Junior co-captain Kyle Criscuolo, along with fourth-years Colin Blackwell and Patrick McNally, who returned from injuries suffered earlier in the season, helped lead Harvard to its first ECAC title since 2006.