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Men's Lacrosse

Men's Lacrosse Falls Short in Comeback Attempt at Princeton

Despite mounting a valiant fourth quarter comeback on Friday, the Harvard men’s lacrosse team failed to dig itself out of a significant early hole against Princeton. The Crimson outscored the Tigers, 4-0, in the final period but fell just short, dropping a 12-11 decision.

A Song of Ice and Dwyer
Men's Lacrosse

Men's Lacrosse Falls Short Against Penn

With the score knotted at nine and under three minutes to play, Penn freshman midfielder Kevin McGeary completed his hat trick and gave the Quakers their first lead of the game—the only one that they would need.

Men's Lax
Men's Lacrosse

Men's Lacrosse Snaps Losing Skid in Nail-Biter With No. 8/6 Big Red

After a Cornell goal with 40 seconds left threatened to send the game into overtime, junior attackman Devin Dwyer picked off a pass intended for Big Red defenseman Jordan Stevens moments later and scored to seal the Crimson's first Ivy League win of the season.

Bear Crossing
Men's Lacrosse

No. 10/13 Men's Lacrosse Taken Down By Brown

While Harvard went into halftime with a slim 6-5 advantage, Brown used a 3-1 third quarter to take a one-goal lead into the final frame. The Bears scored four goals in the last 4:11 to turn a slim 10-8 margin into a comfortable victory.

Men's Lacrosse

No. 13/16 Men's Lacrosse Races Out to Early Lead, Downs Penn State

The No. 13/16 Harvard men’s lacrosse team jumped on Penn State early, scoring four straight goals to open Saturday’s matchup at Soldier’s Field Lacrosse Stadium. The Crimson never trailed at any point en route to a 12-9 victory over the visiting Nittany Lions.

Three For Three
Previews

Defending Champion Duke Awaits Men's Lacrosse

After erasing a late deficit to beat UMass in its weekend opener, the Harvard men's lacrosse team will travel to Durham, N.C. to face the defending national champions.

Midfield Mystery
Previews

Defending Ivy Champion Carries Chip on Shoulder into 2015

Harvard will have to navigate a league brimming with talent in order to defend its conference title.

SOCCER
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Looks To Clinch Title Saturday

With only its final regular season game remaining, the Crimson will have to win the league the hard way.

Women's Soccer
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Tops Princeton, 5-4

With the score knotted at 4-4 in the 81st minute, sophomore forward Midge Purce converted a penalty kick for the winning goal as the women’s soccer team outlasted Princeton, 5-4, in a wild back-and-forth game on Saturday at Stevenson Field.

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Shuts Out Cornell

Harvard dominated the Big Red on a cold, rainy afternoon to keep its Ivy League unbeaten streak intact at 11 games and remain atop the league standings.

EYES UP
Previews

Women's Soccer Faces Bulldogs in Home Ivy Opener

After opening its conference season with a victory over Penn, the Crimson will host Yale at Soldiers Field on Saturday.

HAM IT UP
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Looks to Snap Losing Streak

With Ancient Eight play looming, the Crimson looks to end its recent skid as it travels to Durham on Thursday night for a matchup with the University of New Hampshire.

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Drops Pair of Weekend Contests

The Crimson (3-2-0) suffered its first defeats of the young season, losing on the road to Boston College (7-1-0) before suffering a narrow defeat at home against Colgate (5-1-1).

Just a Midge
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Sweeps Opening Weekend of the Season

With the exception of its season-ending loss to BU in the NCAA tournament, the Harvard women’s soccer team finished its 2013 campaign by going unbeaten in 13 straight matches. This weekend, the Crimson opened its 2014 season in strong fashion, as its young stars carried the team to two victories.

Women's Soccer

Female Rookie of the Year: Midge Purce

Naturally, Harvard coach Ray Leone hoped Midge Purce would make an immediate impact upon her arrival in Cambridge, as the Crimson looked to rebound from a fourth-place finish in the Ivy League in 2012. Purce, on the other hand, had only one expectation for herself and all of her teammates.

Massachusetts Hall
FAS

Graduate Students Start Movement To Unionize

Central Administration

Amidst Title IX Debate, Law Faculty Raise Governance Concerns

John Stilgoe Office
College

John Stilgoe’s Secret History

Big States, Little States
College

Beyond Boston: Regional Diversity at Harvard