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Sean W. Coughlin

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W. Basketball’s Defense Crushes Yale

By SEAN W. COUGHLIN CRIMSON STAFF WRITER It was business as usual Saturday evening as junior forward Hana Peljto and

Stingy Defense Lifts W. Hoops Over Princeton

The Harvard women’s basketball team solidified its hopes to repeat as Ivy Champion on Friday night, trouncing Princeton 78-42 at

Last-Place Princeton Upsets M. Hockey

Not twenty-four hours after its triumphant win over Yale, Harvard was brought back to reality by last-place Princeton. The No.

M. Hoops Beats Catamounts

The Harvard men’s basketball team looked brilliant last night—almost. Playing without senior Patrick Harvey, the Crimson defeated Vermont 71-64 at

W. Hoops Holds On For Sloppy Win

Tricia Tubridy is often overlooked behind the tall shoulders of Harvard women’s basketball stars Reka Cserny and Hana Peljto. But

Keeping Rank: W. Hockey Breezes by Northeastern

No records were set and no highlight film was necessary. The Harvard women’s hockey team got the job done in

SIZE DOESN'T MATTER

SILVER LINING: With gritty victory in 119th Game, Football salvages second place in Ivies

In The Game of the year, it took the Harvard football team nearly an entire half to return to its

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Three Touchdowns in Seven Minutes Propel Harvard to 20-13 Victory in The Game

In The Game of the year, it took the Harvard football team nearly an entire half to find its most

Three Touchdowns in Seven Minutes Propel Harvard to 20-13 Victory in The Game

In The Game of the year, it took the Harvard football team nearly an entire half to find its most

QB of the Future Avoids Sacks, Swear Words

When Harvard faced Dartmouth last season, there were two very important Arizona residents in the stands. No, they were not

Women’s basketball poised to dominate ivies

The Harvard women’s basketball team has problems—twelve, in fact. No, it is not fraught with a dozen injuries. Strangely enough,

HAVING THEIR RUN OF THE PLACE

Football Sets Stage for Battle With Penn

On a day when senior quarterback Neil Rose threw two interceptions and senior wideout Carl Morris was held to less

ESPN To Feature Harvard Football

Every Saturday morning, millions of American homes tune in to ESPN’s College GameDay to see football powerhouses battle at famed

Lingman and Martire Advance in ITAs

The 2001 Omni ITA Eastern Regional Championship belonged to Harvard sophomore Courtney Bergman. But this year, it will be her

Women’s Tennis Hosts Best of the East

Harvard will be well-represented as the top women’s tennis players from Virginia to Maine descend upon Cambridge this weekend to

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

OKWELOGU
Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

Reconstruction 3.0