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Amir A. M. Mamdani

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Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Ends Skid, Tops Princeton

Sometimes the scoreboard does not tell the whole story: That was the case for the Harvard women’s hockey team on Saturday afternoon. The Crimson skated past Princeton by a 4-1 tally in what was a much more tightly contested affair than the box score might suggest.

On the Road Again
Men's Swimming

Men's Swimming and Diving Compete in Separate Road Trips

For the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team, an early season tune-up offered much promise for the potential that this 2017-2018 team could reach. Several Harvard swimmers attended the Texas Invitational in Austin, Texas, while some divers attended the Georgia Invitational in Athens, Ga.

Captain Chris
Men's Basketball

Tweets of the Week: Men's Basketball Edition

In honor of an extended trip for men's basketball, a writer surveys the top tweets from Crimson players past and present.


Cavalier Classic Yields Encouraging Results For Women’s Basketball

Harvard women’s basketball headed to the University of Virginia to compete in the Cavalier Classic this past weekend, playing two tightly contested games in two days.

Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Closes Trying Season versus Penn

Although the match will have no significance on the Ivy League title race, the contest will mark the end of the career of seven graduating seniors.

Philip Him the Bird

Men's Soccer Looks to Play Spoiler in New York

Effectively removed from Ivy League title contention, the men’s soccer team will travel on Sunday to No. 25 Columbia in search of its second conference win in its final road match up.

Jack of All Trades

Everyone Except Brown Can Win the Ivy Football Title

Each sporting one loss, Columbia, Cornell, and Yale have the clearest path to a championship.

Hey Hayes
Men's Crew

Hayes Takes Unconventional Path to Rowing Success

“I don’t think that I would be who I am today and where I am today if I hadn’t been exposed to rowing,” Hayes said.

Blast Past Blue
Women's Soccer

Early Error Dooms Women's Soccer to 1-0 Loss

“We had some holes out on the field to fill,” Harvard coach Chris Hamblin said. “But as a result we had an opportunity to experiment with different players in some different positions.”

Men's Soccer

Mens' Soccer Earns Gritty Draw Against New Hampshire

​It took the best game of senior goalkeeper Kyle Parks’ career to give Harvard men’s soccer a chance on Tuesday afternoon. Led by Parks, the Crimson looked to continue its winning ways in a midweek, non-conference fixture at Jordan Field, but ultimately had to settle for a tense 1-1 double overtime draw against the University of New Hampshire.

Moving Forward
Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Looks to Get Back On Track After Week Off

Harvard will have its work cut out for it but is hoping that the full week of preparation coupled with playing at the friendly confines of Jordan Field will be enough to keep Albany at bay.