Editor’s note: The story below appeared in an extra edition of The Crimson on March 15, 1998 one day after
2,632. It is a number that will go down in the annals of baseball as recognizably as 56 and 755.
I will always remember The Shot. There were 44 seconds left, and Harvard had the ball and a tenuous one-point
The Harvard softball team was often-times brilliant this season, but its inconsistency kept it from a successful Ivy repeat bid.
Everyone hates the term, but most people would describe the 1998-99 season as a "rebuilding year" for the Harvard women's
It was a bittersweet season for the Harvard women's soccer team in 1998. It was also a season that saw
The Harvard softball team was oftentimes brilliant this season, but its inconsistency kept it from a successful Ivy repeat bid.
On another weekend, a 3-1 record would have been a success for the Harvard softball team. This weekend, however, only
It might not be a Yankees-Red Sox pennant race, but it's going down to the wire nevertheless. The Ivy League
If the Harvard softball team was hoping to solve its offensive problems, it certainly did not find the necessary clues
Soldiers Field had been a sweet home for the Harvard softball team in 1999. The Crimson had won eight in