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Men's Water Polo

In the Deep End: Game of the Year, Runner-Up

With a Final Four berth on the line, the Crimson men's water polo pushed heavyweight UC Davis to overtime. Then the incredible happened.

Nine Lives

Once a Transfer, Ellis is Now a Program Cornerstone

Ellis’ contributions to Harvard baseball and the community at-large have earned him the distinction as one of thirty candidates for the 2017 NCAA Senior CLASS Award in college baseball.

Back in Black

Black Delivers Clutch Hits, but Baseball Splits Weekend Slate

In two contests against Dartmouth, junior Austin Black racked up late-inning RBIs. Still, the Crimson went 2-2 over the weekend.

Golf Feature

Golfers Battle Inclement Weather Throughout Spring Season

With Boston snows hindering the outdoor practices of the golf teams, the group makes use of the school’s indoor facilities to prepare for the upcoming Ivy League Championships.

Batter Up

Men's Baseball Falls to Boston College in Beanpot Preview

Despite a fourth inning surge, the baseball team failed to hold onto their lead as Boston College dominated the latter innings to win 8-5.

Reid to Achieve

Baseball Prepares to Take on Columbia, Penn

Harvard (10-8) will head to New York on Saturday for a doubleheader with Columbia before taking I-95 down to Philadelphia for a twinbill with Penn the following day.

Olympic Performance
Athlete Of The Week

Athlete of the Week: Madsen, Farris Headline Strong Harvard Sports Weekend

In the 200 freestyle finals on Friday, Farris finished fourth with a time of 1:32.25. This may not immediately jump out as noteworthy until recognizing that the top-three finishers were all former Olympic swimmers.

Men's Basketball

Alumni Update: Jeremy Lin

Since leaving Cambridge, Jeremy Lin has bounced around with a variety of NBA teams. However, he may have found a more permanent home this season, as he signed a three year deal with the rebuilding Brooklyn Nets.

Destiny's Drive
Women's Basketball

Harvard Women Hope to Recover from the Sting of the Killer P’s

For the Crimson, victories against both Princeton and Penn this weekend would provide a boost of momentum heading into the Ivy League tournament, but successfully doing so will not be easy

Women's Lacrosse

Women's Lacrosse Squanders Late Lead at BC

The Crimson conceded three goals in the final four minutes before falling in overtime.

Men's Tennis

Men's Tennis Posts 1-2 Record at ECAC Indoor Championships

With losses to Princeton and Penn, the men's tennis team failed to repeat last year's 3rd place finish in the ECAC Division I Indoor Championships.

Casey at the Net
Men's Volleyball

Men's Volleyball Splits Weekend Series

The same weekend that saw the Crimson squeeze by No. 15 George Mason in an exciting comeback on Saturday night also saw Harvard fall to the same Patriots team in straight sets on Sunday afternoon.