It was two-and-barbecue for the Harvard baseball team in the first round of NCAA regional play last week, a sudden
In the middle of finals week, I flew home for 36 hours to watch my little brother live my dream.
Joe Walsh stood cross-armed in front of the home dugout—white jersey soaked from his victory bath—and smiled into a chill
Don’t let the opponent fool you. Even though the Tigers aren’t in town, the Ivy title is on the line
HANOVER, N.H.—It was more than a little strange playing on a May afternoon in Hanover with nothing on the line.
On any other afternoon at O’Donnell Field, that moment would have been the apex, the defining image of a season-defining
Somewhere, Yale was smiling. With Harvard and Brown splitting yesterday’s doubleheader, the Bulldogs stayed alive in the Red Rolfe division
PROVIDENCE, R.I.—For just a few minutes—with the Harvard baseball team nine outs away from a three-game division lead—it looked like
Senior outfielder W. Ian Wallace ’05 relaxes in left field at Fenway Park yesterday during Harvard’s 7-3 victory over Northeastern. With the convincing win, the Crimson took home its first Beanpot trophy since 1991.
LOWELL, Mass.—The Harvard baseball team finally found its offense. It was just a few miles up I-95. Behind a 14-hit
Zak Farkes has some company. With his fifth-inning, 410-foot blast in yesterday’s Beanpot semifinal against UMass, captain Schuyler Mann now