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O ne might consider sportswriting at The Crimson a thankless job, sort of like being a New York Yankees manager

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Softball Freezes in April, Drops Out of Ivy, ECAC Races

The Harvard softball team had the hottest finish of any spring team in 1996, winning its last 12 games. Unfortunately

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Women's Soccer Gets Just Desserts, Captures League Title

There wasn't going to be any last-minute letdown for the Harvard women's soccer team on November 4, 1995. Exactly 364

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The Joys of Coaching Little League

Warning: Coaching may be hazardous to your hair. Countless numbers of people have turned prematurely gray or sported new bald

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Softball Breaks Out of Slump

It was Patriots Day yesterday, a day to celebrate Massachusetts traditions. The 100th installation of the Boston Marathon was run,

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M. Hockey Loses ECAC Heartbreaker

LAKE PLACID, N.Y.--Sometimes it's better to be lucky than to be good. The Harvard men's hockey team was the latter

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Going Out As Losers

Losing isn't everything; it's the only thing. Such was the sad situation of the Rutgers-Camden men's basketball team, a squad

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Women's Swimming Is Second At Easterns

Yesterday saw a 40-point turnaround between the top two teams at the Eastern Women's Swim Championship, held at Brown University.

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W. Tennis Goes 2-1

The Harvard women's tennis team beat the snow this past weekend and two of three foes in the process. The

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W. Hockey Loses Two Up North

New Hampshire, as all people here know unless they are living in a cave, provided the nation with the first

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The Better Team Won

It was a wacky game last night at Bright Hockey Center. Bad bounces, teams scoring into their own nets, players

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Perrin Leads Vermont Into First Place

There's a new leader stop the ECAC standings once again. No. 7 Vermont leaped into the top spot last weekend

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ROLEX WATCHES TENNIS TEAMS

The Harvard men's tennis team was ranked 33 d in the nation, while the women came in 38th in Rolex's

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ECAC Honor to Holmes

Senior Tommy Holmes earned ECAC Player of the Week honors for his performance against Princeton this past Friday. Holmes scored

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Harvard's Stauffer An All-American

The awards never seem to stop coming in for Emily Stauffer of the Harvard women's soccer team, and she's only

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