The freshman will compete for a final roster spot in junior hockey's most important international tournament, hosted this year in Vancouver and Victoria, B.C.
This past weekend Harvard competed against Penn in a home dual meet at the Gordon Indoor Track. The men’s team lost by a score of 59-44 while the women’s team was defeated 63-41. The men’s team continued to have strong performances in the sprints while the women’s team excelled in the hurdles and jumps.
After its loss to Maine, Harvard (4-6-2, 3-3-1 ECAC) looked to finish the semester on a high note with a victory at New Hampshire (6-9-4, 4-8-1 Hockey East). However, neither team could separate itself during an overtime period, resulting in a 2-2 tie.
For a second consecutive week, sloppy ball security led to a late defeat for men's basketball as the University of Vermont Catamounts (7-3) pulled away for a 71-65 comeback victory Saturday evening.
Despite the double-digit loss of 60-49 at the final buzzer, Harvard clawed its way back from a 14-point fourth quarter deficit through an invigorating 13-2 run.
The Crimson ousted the Big Red on the backs of its young, speedy forwards and sturdy goaltending from senior Michael Lackey.
Charles Vaughan is a sophomore swimmer from Carmel, Ind., who specializes in the breaststroke and the IM. We take a look into his busy life as a student-athlete by going through his routine the day of an away meet at Cornell.
The Crimson enters the four-week holiday break one game above .500 and feeling slightly better than it did after Saturday’s frustrating loss to then-No. 16 Cornell.
Both the No. 2 men’s squash team (4-0, 1-0 Ivy) and the No. 1 women’s squash team (1-0, 1-0) handily defeated Dartmouth to begin their Ancient Eight seasons.
Tallies on the power play and at even strength put the Crimson up, 2-1, after the team fell behind in the first period. Follow the action live from New York with Crimson Sports.
Follow the action live from Bentley Arena with Crimson Sports.
The Crimson sits above the .500 mark for the first time in the young campaign after picking up two valuable conference standings points in the decisive triumph.
Earlier this week, both the men’s and women’s swimming teams traveled out to Austin, Texas for the Hall of Fame Invitational and the diving teams to Athens, Ga., for the Georgia Fall Invitational.
Early in the second period, with the game still tied at zero, sophomore defender Emma Buckles rushed forward and intercepted a Union pass. Speeding towards the Dutchwomen net, Buckles unleashed a deadly drag shot, which flew by the Union goalie and slammed into the net.
After dominant performances in their junior and senior seasons, respectively, both Simon Rosenblum-Larson and Noah Zavolas left the Harvard baseball team to pursue professional ball in the minor leagues this past summer.
Senior Karly Heffernan played on the women's ice hockey team for two years before a minor foot injury grew into a fracture that derailed her career.
With all three goals of the game coming on the power play, special teams held sway as the Big Red shut down the Crimson's attempts at a third-period comeback after the hosts jumped to an early lead.
While the first three matches of the season have not been especially competitive, they still serve as valuable experiences for everyone, particularly the freshmen.
Following Juzang’s steal, Bassey pulled up for a final shot, but his attempt to tie the game from behind the arc was no good, and Siena took the game 67-64.