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Cornell Tops Football for First Time in 11 Years

The Big Red propelled itself to victory with a dynamic running strategy, accumulating 233 rushing yards compared to 223 total yards for the Crimson.


Football to Resume Ivy League Slate at Cornell

We’re heading into Week 4 of the 2017 football season, and there is just about no separation between any of the Ivy League contenders. Perennial favorites like Harvard, Penn, and Princeton have all suffered losses, while upstarts Yale, Dartmouth, and Columbia show no signs of slowing down.

Smith Stars

Football Blowout Fueled by D-Line, Record Punt Return

After a Week 1 loss to Rhode Island, Harvard proved its penchant for winning on the road and beating non-conference opponents had not just disappeared with the new season.


Football to Travel to the Nation's Capital to Take on Hoyas

Despite Harvard's recent stellar record against Georgetown, any Division I team can win on any given Saturday, and the Hoyas will attempt to do just that against the Crimson this weekend at RFK Stadium.

On His Toes

Football Relies on 'Road Warriors'

“Some of the great offensive line group we had together at one time, all those NFLers, the guys like Adam Redmond, [Anthony] Fabiano, Cole Toner, Ben Braunecker, those guys used to sing,” Harvard coach Tim Murphy said.

Top Gun

Viviano Stays on Top in Crimson Quarterback Battle

Joe Viviano, shaking off the rust from his disappointing season debut, completed 11 out of 13 passes for 150 yards after spelling freshman Jake Smith in the second quarter.

Bears Oh My

Football to Take on Brown in Home Opener

Last week, the Crimson kicked off the fall with a close loss to non-league opponent URI on the road. The team is already clamoring to get back onto the field to make up for a disappointing start to the season.

Not Cooped Up

Football Drops First Season Opener Since 2011

A year after drubbing Rhode Island, Harvard football fell on Saturday, 17-10, in Kingston, R.I. The Crimson accumulated 144 yards in the fourth quarter but could not score.

Ball Magnet

She's Locked In: Female Breakout Athlete of the Year, Runner-Up

Sophomore third baseman Erin Lockhart made the most of an opportunity and emerged as one of the Harvard softball team's biggest offensive threats.

Batter Up

Softball Falls to Princeton in Ivy League Title Series

The softball team was unable to dethrone Princeton in the Ivy League Championship Series, ultimately falling in two games, 1-0 and 13-4.

Dual Threat

Giaquinto Shows Brilliance at Plate, on Mound

“Her grit and work ethic is terrific," head coach Jenny Allard said. "She just goes out there and she does everything she can do."

Freshman OG

Weekend Sweep Earns Softball Spot in the Ivy League Championship Series

Harvard will face Princeton next weekend with the title on the line.

Kapping it Off

Softball Falls to Brown in Midweek Makeup Game

Four days removed from the dominance it displayed last weekend, Harvard struggled to carry its momentum into this midweek matchup. The Bears used two strong offensive innings and a solid outing on the mound to defeat the Crimson, 4-0.

Swinging for the Ivies

Softball Sweeps Brown to Preserve Ivy Championship Hopes

The Harvard softball team stayed in contention for an Ivy League Championship Series bid as it tripped up to Providence, R.I., and swept Brown in a three-game weekend series, putting the Crimson second in the Ivy North Division behind only Dartmouth. The three victories extended Harvard’s Ivy win streak to five consecutive games. The Crimson’s away record improved to 7-5 as well.


Providence Tops Softball with Late Surge

Following four scoreless innings, Providence scored eight runs on Tuesday afternoon to doom the Crimson, 8-3.