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Youth Proves to be the Aces of Harvard Tennis in Abbreviated Season

After twin victories over Northwestern and Boston University, the Crimson moved up to No. 11 in the Division I rankings, the team’s highest ranking since 1998 and its third-highest in history. This would be the final spot for Harvard mens’ tennis before the rest of the season was canceled due to the coronavirus.

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Coronavirus Puts Harvard Fencer Elizabeth Tartakovsky’s Olympic Dream On Hold

“I know that I’m gonna have to make a tough decision eventually, but I had to make a tough decision last year as well about whether to take a year off or not,” Taratakovsky explained. “And I don’t regret it for a minute.”

Seth Towns Announces Graduate Transfer Commitment to Ohio State

Harvard senior Seth Towns, the 2017-2018 Ivy League Player of the Year, announced on Saturday night that he will commit to Ohio State University as a graduate transfer.

Men's Lacrosse Bounces Back With Win Against Fairfield

After a three-game stretch to start the year that took Harvard men's lacrosse all across the region, the Crimson finally returned — not only to its home at Jordan Field, but also to its winning ways, as it edged past Fairfield 15-12 in a back-and-forth game.

Wrestling Secures 12th Place at EIWA Championships

Four wrestlers placed in the top eight of their weight classes, and two freshmen punched their tickets to the National Championship next week.

Women's Basketball Halts Losing Streak Against Brown, Then Falls to Yale to Close Out Season

Harvard women's basketball halted a five-game losing streak with a 63-59 victory over Brown on Friday night. The Crimson then looked to carry this momentum into its season-ending contest with archrival Yale on Saturday but came up short in a close 60-58 Ivy League battle.

In Bounce-Back Performance, Men's Basketball Knocks Off Yale

Coach Tommy Amaker’s words this morning also resonated with the team, who responded impassionately Saturday night in a 83-69 rout of the Bulldogs.

Men's Basketball Falls to Brown on Senior Night For First Home Loss

On senior night, it was Brown’s senior sharpshooter Zach Hunsaker who stole the show at Lavietes Pavilion, snapping the Crimson's six game winning streak and sending Harvard to its first home defeat of the season.

Men's Hockey Surges Past St. Lawrence in ECAC First Round

Two powerplay tallies and five different goal-scorers powered the hosts’ effort, earning the Crimson a 2-0 series victory and a trip to the ECAC quarterfinals.

The New York Connection: Idan Tretout and Chris Ledlum's Journeys to Harvard

For a team as geographically diverse as the men’s basketball team, it is always fascinating to see whether the incoming recruiting class adds to the vast spectrum of hometowns already on the team.  This year’s freshman class did just that, contributing yet another place to the Ontarios and Californias corresponding to almost half of the roster. This year’s freshman class included a state that surprisingly enough has not been seen under the “hometown” column since the 2010-11 season.