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Sports Briefs

Shinny in Minny: Previewing Men's Hockey's Trip Up To Minnesota for a Weekend Back-to-Back

​The last time the Harvard men’s hockey team played at the University of Minnesota, Jimmy Vesey ’16 hadn’t won his Hobey Baker yet. Now, the No. 13/11 Crimson will need some heroics to get past the No. 7/6 Gophers this weekend. In 69 years and 29 games of series history, Harvard has never beaten Minnesota on the road in regulation.

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Overcomes Laing Injury, Beats Brown

In its first home double-header of the season, the Harvard women’s hockey team faced off against Ivy League opponents Brown and Yale. The Crimson came off a two-week break ready to jump further into Ivy play and looked to gain a foothold in the ECAC against two sub-.500 teams.

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Earns Three of Four Possible Points Against Ivy Rivals

​In its first home double-header of the season, the Harvard women’s hockey team faced off against Ivy League opponents Brown and Yale. The Crimson came off a two-week break ready to jump further into Ivy play and looked to gain a foothold in the ECAC against two sub-.500 teams.

Columns

​​Languages Aren’t Cliques

A first language isn’t an exclusive club designed to leave anyone out. For newcomers to North America, it’s a welcome beacon in a sea of uncertainty—a sea in which it feels like everyone else is in a clique they weren’t invited to join.

Sports Blog

Tweets of the Week

Fall sports are winding down and winter sports are gearing up, so there’s even more Twitter shenanigans to enjoy from Harvard athletes.

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Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Feeds Players to the Pros

After decorated Crimson careers, a handful of women's hockey players have caught on with the NWHL and CWHL, two professional leagues.

Murphy's Law
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer to Conclude Season at Columbia

On Saturday evening, Harvard women’s soccer will head to Columbia for its final contest of the season. Though the Crimson is eliminated from Ivy League contention, it has the opportunity take home its 11th-straight winning record.

Women's Ice Hockey

Freshmen Shine in Women’s Hockey Weekend Split

The 3-2 victory against the Tigers was classic Harvard hockey—good goaltending, strong power play, and a shoot-first mentality. Most of all, the Crimson will be pleased with the work of its freshman class, which scored all four goals and picked up several assists over the weekend.

Cookson Fire
Field Hockey

Cookson Commands Field Hockey with Deft Touch

With three games left in her career, co-captain and midfielder already owns the all-time assist record for the Crimson. Five years ago, though, she was thinking about playing rugby instead.

Columns

​Should We Be Depoliticizing Women’s Sports?

We hold them to high standards and celebrate their achievements, but it’s lonely at the top, and the rest of the sports world doesn’t do enough to change that.

Not-So-Peewee Kiwi
Men's Crew

Freshman Rowers Bring International Experience

Freshman rowers Olivia Farrar, Brigid Kennedy, and Lucas Clarke join Radcliffe and Harvard with international experience under their belts.

Columns

​The Athlete and the Individual

Athletes, just like artists, are shaped by where they come from and how they think.

Murphy's Law
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Earns First Ivy League Win Against Cornell

​12 games into the season, the upstart freshman duo of Murphy Agnew and Lauren Raimondo had shown signs of budding chemistry on the front line, but had yet to link up for a goal. That all changed on Saturday, when the Harvard women’s soccer team traveled to Cornell for a conference showdown.

Summer in Cambridge
FlyBy Blog

Love it or Hate it: Fall Heat

It's been oddly warm in Cambridge this fall. Two of our writers weigh in on whether the heat is worth it.

Sailing

Sailing Sees Mixed Results in Busy Weekend

The Crimson split four events across the Northeast, with the Harvard Invitational at home, the George Warren Smith Trophy at MIT, the Regis Bowl hosted by Boston University, and the Rogers Trophy at Cornell, emerging with mixed results overall.