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M. Cagers Travel to Penn and Princeton

Some have called it the "Lost Weekend." Only once in the last twenty years has the Harvard men's basketball team

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Hockey East Battle Opens 'Pot

Now for the rubber match. When Boston College (17-8-1 overall, 11-5 Hockey East) faces off against Boston University (13-10-2, 8-5-2)

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M. Cagers Host Rival Dartmouth

If they were looking for the yellow brick road, maybe the Scarecrow or the Tin Man could help. But the

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Eagles Soar Over M. Cagers, 114-66; Crimson Sore, Too: Pains Pilling Up

The Eagle has landed. And it perched on top of Briggs Cage last night as Boston College steamrolled over the

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Streaks

WORCESTER--When you're hot, you're hot, but when you're not, you fall way behind. Last night against Holy Cross, when the

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Tales of a Lost Wanderer in Nebraska

It's not that I expected cows to be grazing outside the basketball arena, or that I envisioned the University of

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Huskers Pounce on Men Cagers, 117-79

LINCOLN, Neb.--A 7-ft., 2-in. King stomped the Harvard men's basketball team last night. In the first round of the Ameritus

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Cagers Looking For Respect In Nebraska Tourney Opener

Toto, I don't think we're in Kansas anymore. But the Harvard men's basketball team is relatively close. The Crimson (1-1

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Icemen Hope to End Slide Tonight

The Harvard men's hockey team entertains Princeton tonight at 7:30 in Bright Center as the Crimson looks for its first

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Home Invasion: Cadets Shock

The Harvard men's hockey team lost at home last night for the first time in a year-and-a-half, falling to Army,

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Icemen Raise Banner Tonight

"Be all that you can be." Brooks Chretien took the Army recruiting motto to heart, stopping 37 shots--including three five-on-three

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Slumping Quakers to Challenge Gridders Tomorrow

The pattern has been set and the Harvard football team hopes it will continue just one more year. The last

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M. Booters Challenge Brown

Encore no more. The Harvard men's soccer team will play its final game of the season against Brown tonight at

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Men Booters Spoil Tigers' Ivy Hopes

The mighty Tiger hath fallen. Thanks to the Harvard men's soccer team's 4-2 overtime victory over Princeton last Sunday at

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Eagles Stop Booters, 3-1

There's no place like home. The Boston College men's soccer team raised its home record to 7-0 this season by

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An Evil Woman

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Transatlanticism

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I Am Not at a Cafe

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Away in Argentina