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Janie Smith

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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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

Swimming Past the Youngsters

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

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

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

Eldo Kim
Crime

News Analysis: Could Eldo Kim Return to Harvard?

Protestors on Mass Ave
Race

Seen and Heard: Harvard's March Through Cambridge

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Track and Cross Country

Decorated Thrower Looks To Continue Success

Protest
Columns

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