Sophomore sprinter Gabby Thomas broke the Harvard school record in the 200-meter dash. The Florence, Mass. native is this week's Athlete of the Week.
Furman, Old Dominion, and University of San Francisco all traveled to Cambridge to compete in the Crimson Kickoff. Following the competition, the Crimson took on the New Jersey Institute of Technology in a separate duel.
The women's team won the Beantown Challenge thanks to strong performances in pole vault, shot put, and 60-meter dash, among other events.
The Harvard wrestling team traveled to Lancaster, Pa., for the Franklin and Marshall Open and achieved four quarterfinal finishes, including a successful gold medal campaign by junior co-captain Josef Johnson.
Harvard will head into conference play in 2017 following one of the best starts in recent program history.
In the team’s second appearance in the Fordham Holiday Classic, the Harvard women’s basketball team has again advanced to the championship game with its 79-61 victory over UNC Asheville at the Rose Hill Gymnasium in The Bronx, N.Y.
In the inaugural game of its campaign towards a third-straight national championship, the No. 1 Harvard women’s squash team not only earned the victory against No. 9 Dartmouth, but the squad posted a perfect score.
Looking to continue its current three game win streak, the Harvard women’s basketball team will take on Fairfield Saturday at Lavietes Pavilion for a 6 p.m. tip off.
Capping an already historic season, the Harvard men’s water polo team claimed gold in Northeast Water Polo Conference tournament for the first time in the history of the program, and secured a spot in the NCAA Championships.
Crossing this bridge in the dark is almost an everyday task for the Harvard football team. The first whistle of players' day sounds before the sun rises and the last after it sets.
To close the season, the Harvard women's volleyball team won out at home.
The Harvard men’s and women’s cross country teams will visit Princeton, N.J. on Saturday to compete in the Ivy League Heptagonal Championships. Racing for the Ancient Eight crown, the two teams will attempt to end a 30-year title drought.
A third place finish in the New England Match Race Championships propelled the Harvard sailing team into a four regatta weekend. This, in addition to the team’s rise to national prominence as women’s and coed teams were ranked 15th and 20th, respectively in the Sailing World Magazine’s latest poll, contributed to a successful weekend, despite the weather.
In a battle that will likely be for the Ivy League crown, field hockey conference leaders Harvard and Princeton will compete Saturday at the Tigers’ Bedford Field. The No. 20 Crimson (8-4, 4-0 Ivy League) haven’t won the division since 2004, when the team shared it with Penn. The No. 11 Tigers (9-5, 4-0 Ivy League), on the other hand, have taken the division title 21 of the last 22 times, the one exception being 2005.
Five goals and two broken records complimented the Harvard field hockey team’s 5-0 victory over Cornell on Saturday, as the Crimson extended its winning streak to six games—the team’s longest such streak since 1990.