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Why the Superstars Burn Out

This has been a week just like any other week in the Harvard athletic community. Three varsity athletes decided to

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Netwomen Battle Back British Invasion 5-3; Oxford-Cambridge Show Stiff Upper Lip

Call it Foreign Cultures Z-16. The Harvard women's tennis team offered a lesson in American intensity as they beat a

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Netmen Win Eastern Championship; Team Expects Challenge at NCAA's

The Harvard men's tennis team soundly defeated both Army and Cornell this weekend to clinch the Eastern League Championship and

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Netmen Destroy Princeton, Psyched for NCAA's

For almost two decades, Princeton has stood between the Harvard men's tennis team and the Eastern League title. No matter

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Netmen Settle for Second, Elis Capture New Englands

The Harvard men's tennis team, handicapped by the absence of four of its top six players, relied on its extensive

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A Racquet Coach with Jurisdiction Over Two Courts

Dave Fish, coach of the men's tennis and squash teams, is a product of the Harvard system. A Harvard graduate

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Netmen Conquer Stunned Yalies, 8-1, Remain Undefeated in Ivy League Play

It's the stuff dreams are made of--a Crimson sweep of the 5singles competition to clinch an early win over the

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Netmen Blank Dartmouth, Host Yale This Weekend

The Harvard men's tennis team slammed its way to a 9-0 victory over the Big Green on Dartmouth turf yesterday

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Netmen Persecute Quakers, Retain Unstained Ivy Record

Post-season play is still a possibility for the Harvard men's tennis team, as the Crimson cruised to an 8-1 romp

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Netmen Sweep Doubles, Turn Columbia Aside, 7-2

"It's Ivies that count," men's tennis team captain Don Pompan said prior to the season's opening. This is it. No

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Netmen Burn Blue Devils, 7-2; Sands, Pompan Win Handily

Profuse swearing and the demise of more than one T-200 racquet thrown by an angry Blue. Devil greeted the men's

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Riding Out the Rough Waters

After the resignation of Harvard women's swim coach Stephanie Walsh last year, members of the team gathered in their captain's

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Swimming Past the Youngsters

Even the most fervent swimming trivia fan would have difficulty placing the name of Wendy Lansbach of Land of Lakes.

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Crimson Netmen Launch Into Season With 8-1 Victory Over Midshipmen

Tennis captain Don Pompan vividly remembers the last time he set foot on court before a capacity crowd on Navy

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No Fun In The Sun: Crimson Squads Struggle

The dazzling glare of sun bleached beaches, the warmth of a gentle breeze and the aroma of uncapped coppertone--perhaps the

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Youth Homelessness in the Square
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For Homeless Youth, Age Can Compound Challenges of Life on the Streets

On Year Later: Boston Marathon Bombings
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VIDEO: Looking Back One Year Later, Harvard Affiliates Prepare to Return to Finish Line

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Rebuilding the Past: Harvard's Beautification Renaissance