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Football Defeats Yale Four In a Row

Ten wins, no losses, and no ties. The last time the Harvard football program was that good, the forward pass


Sparks Fly in Warm Up Game

As shortstop Morgan Brown pulled into second base with the potential go-ahead run one out into the home half of


O'Hagan Impresses in Football's Spring Game

The rumors are indeed true. There is Harvard football without Ryan Fitzpatrick. Guided by freshman signal caller Liam O’Hagan, the

McGINN 'N' JUICE: I-AA Football Faces Change

After its first 10-0 campaign in a century, the Harvard football team may be on its way to Division I-A.

McGINN 'N' JUICE: Taking a Page from Hooligan Handbook

Time and again this page has bemoaned the woeful attendance at nearly all Harvard sporting events, calling upon students to


O'Hagan Controls Destiny, For Now

Five practices into spring ball, the contest to succeed departing senior Ryan Fitzpatrick as Harvard’s starting quarterback is underway. Well,


BASEBALL 2005: New Place, Same Ace

Two runners on, one of them in scoring position, with the score tied in extra innings and one man out—not


Baseball Dealt Heartbreak at Home

Holy Cross shortstop Mike Schell’s two-out seeing-eye single in the visitor’s half of the 14th inning plated utility infielder Brian

Men's Ice Hockey

Donato Tweaks M. Hockey's Lines For Larger Rinks

AMHERST, Mass.—Charged with crafting a scheme to defeat both New Hampshire and the Mullins Center’s larger surface, Harvard coach Ted

Men's Ice Hockey

M. Hockey Ousted In First Round

AMHERST, Mass.—New Hampshire forward Daniel Winnik’s redirection with 4:54 left to play in overtime at the Mullins Center on March

M. Hockey Bounced From NCAA Tournament

AMHERST, Mass.—New Hampshire forward Daniel Winnik’s redirection with 4:54 left to play in overtime Saturday evening at the Mullins Center

Men's Ice Hockey

Small Pelle Casts Large Shadow

Jon Pelle will never be the big man on campus. Not literally, anyway. Of course, the 5’8 freshman has known

Men's Ice Hockey

Welch Revitalizes Harvard Hockey

For just a moment, try to imagine Noah Welch playing for anyone but Harvard. Not easy to do after all

Charting the Road to Columbus

Unlike years past, no single program has emerged as the odds-on favorite to capture the NCAA title and any one

Men's Ice Hockey

M. Hockey Hopes To Finally Advance

The third time was supposed to be the charm. And, for a short while, it was. With Harvard up 4-1