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Men's Soccer

Harvard Hands Fairfield First Loss

The last time the Harvard men’s soccer team played a one-goal game, it was the other team that pounced first,

Men's Soccer

M. Soccer Takes Tourney Title

AMHERST, Mass.—While the Harvard men’s soccer team’s offense exploded for seven goals, its opponents managed to put up impressive numbers

Track and Cross Country

Taylor Set For Athens Glory

Unlike some of America’s more well-known track athletes, Brenda Taylor ’01 has actually gotten more attention for what she has

Wisconsin, Harvard Have Most CEOs

Harvard College has graduated more CEOs than any school but the University of Wisconsin, with which it is tied, according

First-Year Housing Released Early

Incoming first-years too eager to wait until mid-August to discover their rooming assignments have managed to get a tentative sneak

HSPH Targets Video Games

Two Harvard researchers got to say a little “booyah” of their own to America when they appeared on ESPN’s “SportsCenter”

Women's Lacrosse

New Guard Takes Over For W. Lacrosse

Following the hiring of a new, young coach and the loss of a legend in the sport, the Harvard women’s

Men's Soccer

Promising Year for M. Soccer Fades During Ivy Play

Coming into the season, the Harvard men’s soccer team was considered by senior midfielder Kevin Ara to be one of


Wrestling Lacks Necessary Depth

Though the Harvard wrestling team may have won only one dual match in 15 attempts this season, coach Jay Weiss

Men's Water Polo

M. Water Polo's Injuries Prove Too Much To Overcome

With the loss of seven seniors and former coach Jim Floerchinger, it was obviously going to be a season of


End of an Era: Jesse Jantzen

wrestling team’s coach Jay Weiss can never say enough about co-captain Jesse Jantzen. And with phrases like NCAA champion, Outstanding

Men's Soccer

Ara Adjusts to Life in DC United Ranks

While most seniors have spent the past semester relaxing, balancing trips to the beach, senior bar and tan lines with

Ticket Woes Plague Football

When asked about the 1953 football season, then-captain Richard J. Clasby ’54 recalls that he often had difficulty obtaining enough


Frayer Takes Fifth at Olympic Trials

Last time they wrestled with a lot on the line—during the U.S. National tournament last month—the Harvard wrestling team’s assistant


Frayer Leads Crimson in Quest for Olympic Glory

While the Harvard wrestling team saw unprecedented success this year—thanks to the efforts of co-captain Jesse Jantzen—there are a few