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Joseph W. Minatel

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Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Beats Siena, Records First Win

Despite an early 14-point deficit, Harvard women's basketball notched a come-from-behind victory over Siena. Sophomore guard Katie Benzan paced the team with 22 points.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Drops Two to Open Season

Last Friday night, Harvard opened the 2017-18 campaign with a loss to Dayton in the Maine Tip-Off Tournament. On Saturday, the Crimson fell again, this time to Maine.

Previews

Women's Ice Hockey Readies to Clash with ECAC Foes

After downing Dartmouth and Princeton earlier this season, Harvard takes on Brown and Yale this weekend.

Getting to the Hole
Men's Basketball

Alumni Update: Siyani Chambers Stars in Austria

Chambers, who finished second all time with 605 career assists, now leads the European team BC Raiffeisen Flyers Wels in points, assists, and steals.

Sailing

Sailing Sees Mixed Results in First Weekend of Team Racing

In an unorthodox weekend, the Harvard sailing team braved variable conditions and new race styles, culminating in mixed results.

Swedish Swish
Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Welcomes Talented Freshmen

With the new cohort of forwards Rachel Levy, Grace Tworek, Maddie Stuhlreyer, and Jadyn Bush and rookie guard Matilda Salen, Harvard looks to make its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2007.

Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Drops Two Close Matches in New York

Harvard traveled to Columbia and Cornell over the weekend, coming up just short in both bouts. The Crimson won two sets against each opponent, but the Lions and the Big Red closed out each match in the fifth set.

Mindie Project
Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Gets Boost from Freshman Class

Only teammates for a few months, these freshmen have already made a noticeable impact for the Crimson. Sitting at 11-6 overall and 6-2 in the Ivy League, Harvard has put itself in a position to compete for a league title at the end of the year.

Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Sweeps Dartmouth

Harvard completed the season sweep over Dartmouth, taking all three sets this weekend against the Big Green on the road. Now tied for second, the win keeps the Crimson in the mix for a piece of the Ivy League title.

14 the Money
Football

Fitzpatrick, Brate Combine for First Harvard Touchdown in NFL History

In the fourth quarter of a game against the Arizona Cardinals, Tampa Buccaneers quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick spotted tight end Cameron Brate in the end zone.

Board Play
Previews

Women's Hockey Emphasizes Chemistry Before Season Opener

After finishing the 2016-2017 campaign in the middle of the pack, the Crimson will look to rebound this season, with the ultimate goal being the Ivy League championship. Over 70 percent of its scoring returns from last season, but the team’s incoming rookies finding finding their footing in Division I hockey will also be key to the contest against the Big Green.

On the Attack
Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Loses to Yale, Drops Second Straight in Conference Play

In a hard-fought battle, the Crimson women’s soccer team dropped its second straight Ivy League matchup, coming up short against the Bulldogs in New Haven, 3-0. Yale held Harvard at bay to effectively dash the visitor’s hopes of defending its Ancient Eight title.

Men's Soccer

Men's Soccer Falls to Albany 3-1 in First Ever Meeting

On a quiet Sunday night at Jordan Field, Harvard men’s soccer struggled to find its bearings against Albany, dropping its second straight game, 3-1. The Great Danes (6-2-0) topped the Crimson (1-4-1) in the first ever meeting between the two schools.