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No. 2 Cornell Handles No. 12/9 Men's Hockey

The undefeated Big Red dealt the Crimson its first conference loss of the season to the tune of 3-1.

Cleats You Ott To See

“If you tuned into the Seattle Seahawks game against the Los Angeles Rams this past Sunday, you would have seen Crimson football alumni Tyler Ott ‘14 at long snapper wearing his white and purple custom cleats representing The Second Step, an organization based out of Newton, MA.”

Yale Completes 19-Point Comeback, Beats Harvard in Double-OT, 50-43

With 1:28 to play, the Bulldogs recovered an onside kick down only seven points, setting up a game-tying drive. Yale quarterback Kurt Rawlings, the division leader in passing efficiency, touchdowns, yardage, and average yards per game, then led the Bulldogs to an Ivy League championship on Saturday afternoon.

No. 12/9 Men's Hockey Drops Overtime Bout to Colgate

After an undefeated start to the season, the Crimson suffered its fourth straight loss heading into its winter hiatus.

No. 12/9 Men's Hockey Bows to BU, 5-2, for Second Straight Loss

The Crimson suffered a 5-2 defeat at the hands of Boston University, struggling to establish the dominance that defined its first six games of the season.

Men's Basketball Crushes Massachusetts 89-55, Entering Winter Break on a High

Harvard men’s basketball closed an up-and-down first month of its season in style, cruising past Massachusetts 89-55 at Lavietes Pavilion on Saturday in its last game for two weeks. Sophomore Noah Kirkwood and senior Robert Baker led the way with an efficient 19 points apiece.

On Education Day, Over One Thousand Local Kids Cheer on Women’s Basketball

Though Harvard lost to Northeastern 46-44, the game was overwhelmingly a win for the greater Boston area.

Women’s Ice Hockey Looks to Get Back on Track and Stay Undefeated in Conference Play

After a 5-0-0 start in ECAC play and an appearance in the top 10 of national rankings, Harvard has since cooled off in a 4-game nonconference skid.

In Photos: The 136th Game

In a double-overtime thriller, No. 24/25 Yale defeated Harvard in the 136th rendition of The Game, 50-43. With the victory, the Bulldogs claimed a half-share of the Ivy League title, sharing the crown with Dartmouth. En route to earn the victory, Yale (9-1, 6-1 Ivy) overcame a 19-point deficit, with 17 consecutive points in the fourth quarter alone.

Men's Ice Hockey

LIVE: No. 12/9 Men's Hockey Bows to BU, 5-2

Follow the action live from Agganis Arena.

Men's Tennis

Harvard Men's Tennis' Family Dynasty: Bo and Lane Leschly

Both junior Lane Leschly and sophomore Bo Leschly play varsity tennis at Harvard.  Their grandfather, Jan Leschly, played professionally for Denmark. Their father, Mark Leschly ’90, also played for the Crimson.

Men's Basketball

COLUMN: A Fruitful Orlando Invitational for Men's Basketball

The Crimson do not come back to Boston with three wins, but in some ways have achieved a consolatory alternative.

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Falls Short In Upset Effort Over No. 5 Maryland, 80-73

Still-undefeated Maryland (7-0) took its first lead within three minutes of the second frame, and although the Aiken-led Crimson continued to fight tooth-and-nail, it could not withstand a 10-point spurt from Terps lead scorer Anthony Cowan that pulled the game away for Maryland.

Men's Basketball

Men's Basketball Takes Down Texas A&M, Booking Matchup with No. 5 Maryland

The Crimson now books itself a heavyweight bout with No. 5 Maryland tomorrow, a contest that will surely be a litmus test for a Harvard team with deep tournament aspirations.

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Football Looks to Play Spoiler in 136th Rendition of The Game

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YDN Dueling Column: Who's Next to Us

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Crimson Dueling Column: Yale Needs Harvard

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Cool Story, Bro(gan)

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Around the Ivies: Ancient Eight History

Track and Cross Country

Cross Country Caps Season at NCAA National Championships

Down in a cold and rainy Terre Haute, Indiana, the Harvard Men’s No. 23 Women’s No. 25 Cross Country teams wrapped up their outstanding seasons in the NCAA nationals race. The men’s team pulled out their best performance since 1968 finishing in 15th place while the women’s team finished in 31st concluding a historic year for the cross country program as a whole.

Men's Water Polo

Undefeated Men’s Water Polo Secures NWPC Championship, Berth in NCAA Tournament

Now it is the first team to go undefeated in the Northeast Water Polo Conference regular season and tournament, with a historic 29-0 record.

Men's Ice Hockey

No. 10/8 Men's Hockey Downs RPI, 6-3

A hat trick from sophomore Casey Dornbach and another strong showing in net put the Crimson over its ECAC opponent for its sixth straight win.

Women's Basketball

Stritzel, Boehm Propel Women's Basketball Over Hartford

A breakout performance from first-year guard Annie Stritzel propelled the Crimson to a 53-44 victory over winless Hartford on Friday night as Harvard preserved its undefeated home record.

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Harvard-Yale Preview 2019

In the 136th contest between the two institutions, Harvard will be adopting the role of spoiler.

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At the Brink of History

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Where All the Action Happens: The Adams Housing Day Video

Men's Swimming

Swimming & Diving Set Records in Victories Over Cornell, Dartmouth

Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Drops Final Two Games of Season Against Cornell, Columbia

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