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Lions: Next Cagers Victim

The Harvard men's basketball team has been consistent all season, using its tough out-of-league competition to prepare for the real

Tigers Trounce M. Cagers

PRINCETON, N.J.--The Harvard men's basketball team, basking in the spotlight of its whirlwind Ivy League tour, found out Saturday that

Why Ask Why

There's something about a dry beer--any dry beer--that cries out of mystery. Budweiser will be trying for the magic three-peat

A Perfect 2-0 and a Long Road To Go

With the first full weekend of Ivy League men's basketball approaching, Harvard has set the pace with its 2-0 record.

Cager Squads Sweep Green, Claim First

HANOVER, N.H.--There were very few little things on the basketball court in the Harvard-Dartmouth men's basketball game here Saturday night

Time Will Tell If Cagers' Schedule Will Reap Fruits in Ivies

LONG BEACH, Calif.--Sophomore guard Tarik Campbell's layup at the buzzer in the Crimson's 81-77 overtime loss to Long Beach State,

M. Cagers Cannot Handle Miner, 49ers

LONG BEACH, Calif.--It was the story of the Harvard men's basketball team's season so far. It was the story of

Holy Cross Streaks By Cagers

The Harvard men's basketball team's game against Holy Cross last night at Briggs Cage bore remarkable similarity to its season

Wriede Qualifies for NCAA's As Aquawomen Bag Pitt Invt'l

What a relief it is. Junior Stephanie Wriede qualified for NCAA's in the 200-meter breastroke to highlight the Harvard women's

Is This a Layup Drill or What?

Layups, layups, everywhere. The Harvard men's basketball team prides itself on its ability to play a fast-paced, pressure style of

Crimson, Elis Peaking For Today's 107th Game

Never before has the attitude that the Harvard and Yale football teams play nine exhibition games in preparation for The

M. Cagers Careen Norway

NBA-style basketball payed a visit to Briggs Cage last night. There were backboard-moving slam dunks by a guy named Wilkins,

When It Rains, It Pours

PHILADELPHIA--The Harvard football team's offensive unit has had to fight disruptive circumstances all year long. There's been the quarterback controversy,

Stickwomen Break Back Into National Rankings

On the eve of its final stretch drive for the Ivy League title, the Harvard field hockey team is back

Warning: If You Punt Against Harvard, Cover the Middle

The key to a good baseball team is strength up the middle--the catcher, second baseman, shortstop and centerfielder. And the

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