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Zevi Metal : Getting Off the Sideline and Onto the Field

Friday, May 4, 2001, was the last day before our final reading period as undergraduates. It was also the final

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W. Hockey Upsets No. 1 Dartmouth Despite Questionable Calls

When the buzzer sounded on Saturday, the No. 6 Harvard women's hockey team was not complaining about its 3-2 upset

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Botterill, Shewchuk Named Kazmaier Finalists

The USA Hockey Foundation announced the 10 nominees for the 2001 Patty Kazmaier Award on Monday and, for the second

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No. 6 Women's Hockey Faces Test Against No. 3 Northeastern and No. 9 Providence

Some tests require more studying than others do. That's what the No. 6 Harvard women's hockey team learned this reading

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Zevi Metal: W. Hockey's Best Effort Not Enough

It was a rude awakening for the No. 5 Harvard women's hockey team when junior co-captain Jennifer Botterill's slapper skidded

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No. 2 W. Hockey Travels to No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth

Duluth, Minn., is not the place to go in late December if you're interested in coming back from winter break

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Small Leagues Can Save Big-Time College Athletics

The outlook is not bright for big-time college athletics, author and sports journalist John Feinstein concluded last night at the

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W. Hockey Begins Life After Ruggiero Ranked No. 5

As the last leaves fall in Harvard Yard and the hint of a winter's chill creeps into Bright Hockey Center,

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Rival Dartmouth Gets Nod in Preseason Predictions

Unlike the hotly contested battle between Vice-President Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush in the 2000 Presidential campaign, there

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Zevi Metal: This Ain't No Subway Series

It's not easy trying to write or edit stories in the newsroom of The Harvard Crimson. Just tonight, for example,

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Cross Country Splits Weekend

Franklin Park in Boston was not friendly to the host runners last weekend. The Harvard cross country team crossed the

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W. Hockey Given No Chance at Title

Disbelief. Denial. Those are bad words, not because they're vulgar but simply because they both start with a big, bad,

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Barker, Rich to Captain Tennis Team Next Year

Juniors Anthony Barker and Michael Rich will serve as co-captains for the Harvard men's tennis team next season, the athletic

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W. Lacrosse Crushes Columbia, Nudges Past Notre Dame in Indiana

Moose Krause Stadium is all the way in South Bend, Ind., but it sure felt like home for the Harvard

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W. Hockey Names 2000-1 Captains

For the third time in team history, the Harvard women's hockey team will have three captains in the 2000-1 season.

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