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It Can't Be All That Bad

Baskteball, according to Harvard men's basketball Coach Peter Roby, "is a microcosm for life." Looking at it this way, the

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It's A Princeton 'Three-Peat'

What you knew was going to happen finally did on Friday night, although it was a little earlier than expected.

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Columbia Hopes For Brighter Days Ahead

Last year the Columbia men's basketball team endured one of its worst years ever, finished dead last in the Ivy

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Men Cagers Topple Hartford, 73-67

HARTFORD--Things returned to normal for the Harvard men's basketball team last night. First, the team went on the road, where

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M. Cagers Edge Pennsylvania

According to Harvard men's basketball coach Peter Roby, the only big game for the Crimson this season will be the

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M. Cagers 'On' For #23 Tigers

The on-again, off-again Ivy League men's basketball season turns back on for good this weekend, with every team's weekend schedule

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M. Cagers Win On Road With Help From Charity Stripe

After jumping out to a 4-0 lvy start with its three straight road ins, the squash's best start in 10

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Can Cagers Prevent A B.C. Blowout?

For those of you headed to Conte Forum in Chestnut Hill tonight to watch the Harvard men's basketball team challenge

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M. Cagers Hang Judges, 63-40

After the Harvard men's basketball team subdued his Brandeis squad, 63-40, last night at Briggs Cage, Coach Kevin O'Brien attempted

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Chang Stuns Rolex Field With Second-Place Finish

Albert Chang took this summer off. He took chemistry instead of tennis. One of a slew of sensational juniors on

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Aquamen Place Fourth at Easterns To Conclude Bittersweet Season

It was a bittersweet ending to the Harvard men's water polo season this weekend at the Eastern Water Polo League

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Band Can't Save Aquamen

Not the ad campaign, not the home-pool advantage, not even the band was enough. The Harvard men's water polo team

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Gridders Put Ivy Hopes on the Line

The thought of trying to stop Brown's Ivy League-leading offensive unit may not bring joy to Harvard Coach Joe Restic's

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Aquamen Take Third in Ivy Tournament

No foul was called, no goal was scored, the game went into overtime and sooner than you can say "blown

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Aquamen Drown MIT For Beanpot Laurels

Was it the halftime pep-talk? Not according to Harvard men's water polo Coach Chris Hafferty, who saw his troops capture

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