Because futsal is open to anyone and allows everyone to play, it creates a pick-up style, recreational environment compared to the organized practices and drills of club sports. The structure also means that the people who take time out of their week to go play club futsal also happen to be extremely passionate about the sport.
A day after upsetting No.1 Michigan in the NCBBA semifinal, Harvard Club Basketball (Crimson Classics) fell to Ohio State in the championship game 80-70 at South Bend, Ind.
Football is no longer the only sport where you can see a player sprint down the sideline right past the opposition to make a diving catch off of a line-drive toss for the score anymore at Harvard. Harvard Red Line, the men’s Ultimate Frisbee club team, has used this type of connection to great effect throughout this fall season.
In its first two competitions of the season, the Harvard Taekwondo (HTKD) has placed first in its division, allowing it to currently stand atop Division III of the Eastern Collegiate Taekwondo Conference (ECTC).
Despite a near 60 percent increase in the number of club sports that applied for Undergraduate Council funding this semester, the Council is expected to, on average, fund organizations at higher rates than last year.