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Julio Fierro

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Breaking Even
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Offense Comes Alive in Two Weekend Victories

Returning to the comfort of Bright-Landry after a weekend away from home, the No. 9/9 Harvard women’s ice hockey team extended its winning streak, cruising to a 5-0 victory against cellar dweller Union before pulling out a come-from-behind win against Rensselaer.

Brace Yourself
Men's Soccer

Innocenzi Leads Men's Soccer Past Columbia, 2-0

Senior forward Michael Innocenzi's two goals lifted the Crimson past Columbia on Saturday, but Harvard now needs an at-large bid in order to reach the NCAA tournament.

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Women's Ice Hockey

Maschmeyer's Next Move: Women's Hockey Goaltender Begins Final Year in Cambridge

As Harvard women’s hockey sophomore Haley Mullins and McGill’s Melodie Daoust wait at the faceoff circle, a 5’6” goaltender from Bruderheim, Alberta stands in the Crimson crease. The puck drops. It’s the beginning of the end of Emerance Maschmeyer’s Harvard career.

Battling the Big Green
Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer's Ancient Eight Fate at Stake Against Dartmouth

The Crimson (7-5-2, 3-1-0 Ivy) welcome defending conference champion and No. 24 Dartmouth (8-4-1, 4-0-0) to Jordan Field this Saturday as the team looks to get back on track against the current Ancient Eight leader.

Men's Soccer

Chang’s Goal Keeps Men's Soccer an Ivy Unbeaten

Following a weak clearance by a Brown defender in the 68th minute, senior Andrew Chang controlled the ball with his chest, setting up a volley that he struck into the bottom left corner of the net, giving the Crimson a 1-0 victory over the Bears and its first three-win start to conference play in seven years.

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Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Staves Off Cornell for a 2-0 Win in Ithaca

Two goals from sophomores propelled the Crimson to a 2-0 win at Cornell—Harvard’s third straight victory and second in conference play.

It's A Schmoll World

Senior Class Offers Men's Soccer Best Ivy Title Chance

After two years of “almost” for the Crimson, this season is arguably the best opportunity to finally take the next step and claim the conference title which has eluded Lehrer’s men.

Looking For Goal

Men's Soccer To Face Yale In Ivy League Opener

To say the Pieter Lehrer era has been one of Ancient Eight success for the Harvard men’s soccer team would be an understatement.

Final Preparations

Men's Soccer To Face BU in Final Tuneup Before Conference Action

With Harvard’s first Ancient Eight matchup versus rival Yale on the horizon, the Crimson will look to use the matchup against its river rival to build momentum prior to the start of conference play. But the team is hardly looking ahead.

Caught Off Guard
Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Falters Against UConn

40 seconds after a header by senior Oliver White evened the match for the Crimson, UConn's quick reply seven minutes from the end gave the Huskies a 2-1 lead which it would conserve until the final whistle.

Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Leaves Opening Weekend Without Win

Looking to build upon a finish to last season which saw the team lose only one of its last 14 games, the Harvard men’s soccer team opened up the season at home with a loss and a draw.

Johnson Sprints
Track and Cross Country

Male Rookie of the Year, Runner-Up: Johnson Challenges Records from the Start

​Freshman Malcolm Johnson was a highly recruited sprinter coming out of high school and a centerpiece of a strong incoming recruiting class for the Harvard men’s track and field team and had little trouble finding success in his first year of collegiate competition.

Okwelogu Breaks Record Again
Track and Cross Country

Female Breakout Athlete of the Year; Female Athlete of the Year, Runner-Up: Okwelogu the Record Breaker

First it was a school-record 15.33 meter throw, then a 16.09 mark, followed by a 16.39 meter and Ancient Eight record-setting follow-up. Then it became a weekly series of record-breaking revisions—16.51, 17.12, 17.22, and, most recently, 17.32.

Then and Now

When Foes Became Friends

Despite all the changes to the biannual track and field competition between Harvard-Yale and Oxford-Cambridge, the meet still holds a special place on the calendar and in the hearts of student-athletes: It is the only opportunity for them to compete alongside their rivals while engaging in new, broadened social and cultural interactions.

Track and Cross Country

Women's Track and Field Takes Home Heptagonal Championship

For the first time ever in program history, the women's track and field team has taken home back-to-back heptagonal championships.

Special Teams

In Photos: The Game

Crimson-UC Crossfire Debate

The Back of the UC Ballot

Helicopter over Harvard

In Photos: Bomb Threat Shakes the Yard


A.D. Club ‘Strongly’ Opposes Membership Changes