Heading into the 2015-2016 campaign, the men's and women's ice hockey teams will look to repeat as ECAC tournament champions, while the men's and women's basketball teams aim to fill significant voids left by their departing stars.
The 2015 edition of the Harvard football team faces an unenviable challenge—how to improve upon an undefeated season. While last year’s season certainly can’t be topped, the ultimate goal remains the same. But several bolstered Ivy League rivals are vying for the same crown and have the Harvard game circled in red. Thus, the Crimson must get used to playing with a target on its back.
The Harvard men's basketball team takes on fourth-seeded North Carolina Thursday evening in the second round of the NCAA tournament. But first, the Crimson took to the podium for Media Day on Wednesday. Follow @THCSports for all the latest updates from Jacksonville, Fla.
After earning a spot in the NCAA tournament for the first time since 2006, the Harvard men's ice hockey team heads to South Bend, Ind., where it will take on Nebraska-Omaha in the opening round. The start of the tournament comes on the heels of the end of the NCAA Women's Frozen Four, which saw the Crimson reach the national championship game before falling to Minnesota. The Harvard men's basketball team also made the tournament but fell to fourth-seeded North Carolina, 67-65, when senior wing Wesley Saunder's three-pointer clanged off the backboard and rim as time expired.
With a share of the Ivy League title already on lock, the Harvard football team will play Yale for sole possession of the conference crown and the elusive 10-0 perfect record. On Saturday at Harvard Stadium, it will be a battle of the Crimson's stalwart defense against a tough Bulldogs offense at the 2014 edition of The Game.