Lisa Kennelly

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SPORTS BRIEF: Harvard Has Five Players Named First Team All-Ivy

On the heels of a 7-3 season and a thrilling triple-overtime win over Yale in The Game, five Harvard football

Women's Squash

SPORTS BRIEF: Women’s squash kicks off new season with 9-0 victory over Bears in Providence

The Harvard women’s squash team opened the 2005-06 season with a dominating win over Brown on Friday. The Crimson (1-0,

Previews

The Road to New Haven

SEPT. 17, HARVARD at HOLY CROSS, 31-21 Turning point: When sophomore quarterback Liam O’Hagan, who lost the starting job to

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Unfamiliar Names, Undeniable Impact

The first day of preseason practice is always an eye-opener for the freshmen on the Harvard football team. In full

TRIPLE THREAT
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Wid' Open

If the offense and defense are rolling, maybe you don’t really need that kicking game. Despite two failed field goals

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Not So Mighty

If the offense and defense are rolling, maybe you don’t really need that kicking game. Despite two failed field goals

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There for the Bats and Balls

Picture this scene and tell me if it turns you on: A cramped, low-ceilinged locker room. Discarded uniforms everywhere. A

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WHOA, KENNELLY: For Once, Penn Game Doesn't Decide All

If you don’t care about Harvard football, Yale is the biggest game of the season. If you do follow the

RISING SON
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Dawson Rolls in Harvard Loss

The Crimson’s 27-24 loss to Princeton Saturday was just one more indication that Harvard’s Ivy League dominance is a thing

TY-RELESS
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Return Game Struggles; Wide Receiver Tyler Returns

Harvard’s struggles on kick and punt returns have gone from pesky to peculiar. The Crimson has four special teams’ fumbles

BORN (NOT) TO RUN
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Muddy Conditions Can't Stop Harvard

EASTON, Pa.—The field looked bad. It played worse. A week ago, Lafayette, Columbia, and a torrential downpour combined to turn

NO GIMMIES
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No Mistakes, No More Losing Streak

EASTON, Pa.—Of all the numbers that the Crimson put up in Saturday’s 24-17 win at Lafayette, the zero had the

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Mounting Injuries Hamstring Offense

ITHACA, N.Y.—Midway through the first half, injured wide receiver Corey Mazza, dressed in warm-ups and a baseball cap, jokingly asked

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Turnovers give edge to Cornell

ITHACA, N.Y.—Despite its first league loss, Harvard doesn’t have to give up the hunt for an Ivy title if it

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A Little Something Extra

It would have been tough to script a more gut-wrenching loss than Brown’s 21-point collapse to Harvard last season. But

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Freshmen

Survey Part I: Get To Know Harvard’s Class of 2018

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Class of 2018: By the Numbers

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An Evil Woman

Academic Fair at the Plaza
On Campus

Opening Days