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DeLone Reaches Semifinals At ITCA Individual Tourney

The Harvard women's tennis team is hoping to spring forward next year from its fall. Three members of the Crimson

Netwomen Place Last In ITCA Tournament

It got down and dirty in Princeton, N.J. on Saturday. The Harvard women's tennis team lost to Virginia, 6-3, in

Netmen Breeze Past Lions, Advance to ITCA Semis

Even two defaults weren't enough to stop the Harvard men's tennis team at the ITCA Tennis Championships yesterday afternoon in

The Enemy is Us

I N our increasingly fast-paced, prepackaged, disposable society, citizens of out fragile earth need to take a close look at

Pollack Captures Singles Title

To the victor go the spoils. Harvard freshman Rachel Pollack captured the third-flight singles title of the Harvard Invitational, receiving

Netwomen's Doubles Teams Advance

Two eyes are better than one, and the Harvard women's tennis team discovered in the first day of the Harvard

Netwomen Host H.U. Invitational

What's the best way to check out the opposition? Stage a tournament and roll out the red carpet for your

A Life of Beethoven

Many of us know what it's like to be obsessed by a lifelong dream. But few of us, even given

Netmen Dominate at Harvard Invitational

When your chances are three out of four, you're almost guaranteed of success. If you're the Harvard men's tennis team,

First Up for Netmen: Harvard Invitational

You know summer's over when the Harvard Invitational comes to town. The Harvard men's tennis team, which finished last season

Netwomen Open Fall Slate Without Drago

The Harvard women's tennis team, ranked 25th in the nation, received unexpected news this week as it tuned up for

Aquadudes Nab Fourth Place at Eastern Tourney

The Harvard men's water polo team answered a call to arms this weekend, battling Cadets, Midshipmen and Minutemen. But Coach

Fall Teams Hit the Road to Open Seasons

The Harvard field hockey team travels to Providence Sunday to open its season against the University of Rhode Island. The

Char Joslin

Considering Char Joslin had three times as many opportunities to put her talent and skills on display as most of

N.Y. Stories: Netmen Stop Cadets, Big Red

The Harvard men's tennis team traveled to upstate New York this weekend, leaving a trail of devastation in its wake.

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