Saturday was Senior Day at Blodgett Pool as the Harvard men’s water polo team picked up two convincing victories in co-captain Max Murphy’s final pair of home contests.
As the fall semester and the NFL season approach their midway points and the NHL and NBA regular seasons begin, it’s time to check up on three Harvard alums playing professionally.
After capturing a 2-1 win over the Big Red on Saturday, Harvard fell in overtime against UNH at Jordan Field.
The Radcliffe crew team looks to build on its momentum from a successful 2014 spring season at the Head of the Charles this weekend, its second—and most important—race of the fall.
The team placed three boats in the top 10 of the varsity eight race and four in the top 10 of the varsity four race.
For most of Wednesday night’s game at Soldiers Field it looked as though the Harvard women’s soccer team was going to do exactly what it did last year on October 8—tie Boston University.
As a team, the Crimson shot a 33-over-par 897, three strokes behind Columbia and two strokes behind Yale, after finishing five strokes behind the Bulldogs at last weekend’s Yale Invitational.
The Harvard cross country team hung tough with some of the nation’s top teams in Friday’s Coast to Coast Battle in Beantown.
The women’s rugby edition of “The Game” was a blowout from start to finish, as Harvard scored early and often to shut out home team Yale.