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PARTING SHOTS: Telling the Whole Sports Story, Statistics and All

If there’s one thing sportswriters love more than statistics, it’s proclaiming that statistics don’t tell the whole story. This makes

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Football

COMEBACK OF THE YEAR: Bears Collapse For Second Straight Year

How do you top one of the biggest comebacks in Harvard football history? You take it to overtime. Twice. On

LILY WHITE
Women's Squash

FEMALE ROOKIE OF THE YEAR: Lorentzen Captures Title

The term “rookie” doesn’t quite fit with what Lily Lorentzen did this year. The 10-1 record in dual matches? Nope.

REVENGE, SWEET REVENGE
Women's Squash

SEASON RECAP: Upset Clinches Ivy Crown

The drive from New Haven to Cambridge takes two to three hours. If you’ve just upset the No. 1 team

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Extreme Makeover: Harvard Stadium

Harvard Stadium may look pretty on a postcard, but outside of football season, it doesn’t get much play. A series

Women's Squash

Lorentzen Ends Teammate Grigg’s Underdog Run

Lily Lorentzen had a pretty good weekend. The Harvard freshman, the top seed in the CSA Individual National Championships, steamrolled

Women's Squash

Freshman Takes CSA Crown for Crimson

By Saturday night, it was official: a Harvard women’s squash player was going to win the 2006 College Squash Association

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Women's Squash

Crimson Slips Vs. Yale, Takes Third

So much for home-court advantage—and so much for that national championship. Just days after upsetting top-ranked Yale in New Haven,

Women's Squash

Harvard Preserves Undefeated Ivy Record

Yet again, the Ivy title will come down to Harvard-Yale. With a pair of wins this weekend over league rivals

BANTAM CITY
Women's Squash

Women's Squash Upset by Rival Trinity

This was not the best way to kick off the toughest four weeks of the season. The No. 2 Harvard

Baseball

'The Game' Gets Airtime on ESPN

On Monday, junior Mike Berg and his Jordan North roommates settled in after dinner to watch television as usual. The

Women's Squash

Women’s Squash Blanks Big Red

The Harvard women’s squash team didn’t need the home-court advantage to beat Cornell Saturday, but it didn’t hurt. With a

Women's Squash

Frosh May Be Key to Victory

The Harvard women’s squash team may have found the key to a national championship. Her name is Lily Lorentzen, and

Women's Squash

Harvard Remains Undefeated in Ivies

It was business as usual for the No. 2 Harvard women’s squash team yesterday. The Crimson breezed past No. 5

Football

New Stage, Same Story for Fitzpatrick

When Ryan Fitzpatrick ’05’s college roommates hit him up for free tickets for Sunday’s Rams-Texans game in Houston’s Reliant Stadium,

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Boston Marathon

VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Arts

Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance

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