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W. Hoops Digs Self Into Hole vs. Gophers

The Harvard women’s basketball team missed out on another opportunity to stake a claim as one of the better teams

Men’s, Women’s Cross Country Post Similar Results

The Harvard men’s and women’s cross country team enjoyed near identical results Saturday, placing sixth and seventh, respectively, at the

Tyson's Punch-Out: The 2002 Season Revealed

Peter Gammons has done it, and so has Jayson Stark and every other so-called baseball expert. But those “experts” don’t

M., W. Rowers Pull Big Finishes in Indoor Meet

In what is perhaps one of the most ironic sporting events of the year, an indoor rowing competition, the Harvard

Skiing Slips at Dartmouth

It was more of the same for the Harvard skiing teams this weekend, despite many steps in the right direction.

W. Nordin Team Stars at Vermont

It was a reversal of fortunes for the Harvard skiing teams this weekend, as they stood in tenth place Sunday

Baizer’s 15 Points Lead Skiing Team

The Harvard alpine and nordic skiing teams stumbled out of the gate in their first carnival of the year, with

W. Hoops Enters Ivy Play With 8-4 Record

It’s time to bring on Dartmouth. The Harvard women’s basketball team closed out its pre-Ivy schedule in style by winning

Peljto's 23 Not Enough For W. Hoops to Avoid Orange Crush

SYRACUSE, N.Y.—While the snow fell outside Manley Field House in Syracuse on Thursday afternoon, the Crimson shooters had a hard

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Tyson's Punch-Out: Harvard Seeks A Triple Threat

In last night’s victory over Rhode Island, the “European Union” combined for 55 of the Crimson’s 86 points. Hana Pejlto

Coach Murphy Will Not Pursue Navy Position

Harvard football coach Tim Murphy announced yesterday that he has taken himself out of consideration for the head coaching position

WINTER IS APPROACHING

M. Hoops Begins Patriotic Mission

The Raiders invade Lavietes Pavilion tomorrow for a 2 p.m. match-up with the Crimson men’s basketball team. The showdown with

W. Hoops Makes Devils Blue

The Eastern European connection proved sweet once again for the Harvard women’s basketball team last night. Led by Bosnian forward

STAYING PUT

Murphy Will Not Pursue Navy Job

Harvard football coach Tim Murphy announced today that he was taking himself out of consideration for the head coaching position

Ivy League Wrap-Up: Penn Beats Cornell

With Harvard’s victory over Yale in the 118th Game on Saturday, a full season of Ivy League football has come

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