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Above Water
Men's Water Polo

Still Kicking: Team of the Year, Runner-Up

Led by coach Ted Minnis and fifth-year star Noah Harrison, Harvard men's water polo made its first-ever trip to the Final Four.

Waves Don't Die
Men's Water Polo

Champagne for Super-Noah: Male Athlete of the Year

In his fifth year, Noah Harrison led men's water polo to the Final Four.

Study Buddies

Softball Leans on Six Seniors

The Harvard softball team, led by six seniors, has its eyes set on the Ivy League title that slipped through its fingers last season.

Survive and Advance
Men's Water Polo

Harvard Reaches First Final Four in Program History in OT Thriller

After two-straight years of all-California men’s water polo NCAA semifinals, the Northeast is crashing the party. And it’s doing so in style.

Great Eight
Men's Water Polo

Men's Water Polo Gets First NCAA Championship Win

With 55 seconds left in the second overtime and down one point, captain Joey Colton connected with freshman Austin Sechrest to even the score and force a sudden death overtime. Minutes later, the Crimson would strike again to clinch its first ever NCAA championship win on Saturday.

Men's Water Polo

Athlete of the Week: Colton Leads Men's Water Polo to First NCAA Berth

Colton has not only led his team to its best record since 2001, but also has steered been a key to the program’s first ever NCAA berth, which the team obtained after clinching the NWPC this past weekend.

Men's Water Polo

Men's Water Polo Picks Up Pair of Victories

The No. 13 Harvard men’s water polo team pulled out two crucial conference victories this weekend over MIT and No. 10 Brown to improve its record to 5-2 in the Northeast Water Polo Conference. The Crimson took down MIT for the second time this season while defeating Brown in overtime after a close loss to the Bears at home a few weeks earlier.

Men's Water Polo

Men's Water Polo Displays Dominant Performance in Weekend Tournament

The Crimson went 3-0 in the Princeton Invitational, beating two top-20 teams along the way.

 Kap-ping Off the Season

Harvard Falls in Ivy Championship Series, Princeton Claims Ancient Eight Title

Despite coming out on top in game two to force a third game, Harvard (29-17, 16-4 Ivy League) fell to Princeton (23-26, 14-6) 8-3, giving the South Division Champion Tigers the Ivy League title after defeating the North Division Champion Crimson two games to one.


Softball Cruises Past Providence, 8-2, in Final Nonconference Stint

Up against the Providence Friars at Glay Stadium, the Crimson scored seven times in the opening three frames, paving the way for a 8-2 Harvard win—its 10th in the last 11 games.

Well Groomed

Two Solid Performances from Groom Fuel Softball

The Harvard softball team spent its weekend in New Haven, picking up three wins in four games against Ivy rival Yale. The Crimson shut out the Bulldogs in its last matchup, 6-0, after a weekend of closely contested tilts. Harvard has now won nine of its last ten matchups.


Softball Struggles in San Diego State Classic II

Harvard softball dropped four out of five games in the San Diego State Classic II. The Crimson pulled out a win in its last game of the tournament against the University of San Diego after a weekend full close losses, two of which went into extra innings.

At Work

Freshmen Contribute Early and Often For Softball

On its home diamond, the Crimson recorded a dominating 11-3 mark. The young team will look to top its recent second-place finishes to come out on top of the Ivy League this spring

Two Teams, One Program
Men's Volleyball

Men's and Women's Volleyball Connect On and Off the Court

The men's and women's volleyball teams share a gym, a lot of physical height, and an assistant coach in Jeff Aucoin, but they also share a mutual love for each other that bonds the two programs even beyond their shared sport. This unique connection permeates classes and continues to grow as new athletes join the teams.

Track and Cross Country

Women's Track and Field Captures Fifth Straight Beantown Challenge Win

The Crimson men’s and women’s track and field teams had an impressive home opener with the women’s team placing first in the Beantown Challenge for the the fifth consecutive year and the men’s team placing third.