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Dogged Defense
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The 135th Playing of The Game

Over the last three years, The Game has had Ivy League title implications for either Harvard or Yale. This season, however, all either squad has to play for is pride.

Homecoming for Raster
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Women's Basketball Faces Reigning National Champions, No. 1 Notre Dame

Notre Dame is not only ranked the best team in the country, but it is ranked as such unanimously. The Fighting Irish received 31 of 31 possible first place votes in the AP Preseason Poll.

Locked In
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Men's Basketball Opens Season against Crosstown Challenger MIT

On Tuesday night, Lavietes Pavilion will open its doors to crosstown rival MIT as Harvard suits up for its first competitive game since bowing out of the NIT eight months ago.

Game Respect Game
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PREVIEW: Men's Hockey Seeks First Win of Season at Yale, Brown

The Crimson will try to preserve a 78-year-old streak in its Friday battle with the Bulldogs before clashing with the Bears the following night.

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Women's Tennis Gears Up For Harvard Invitational

In its last tournament of 2018, the Harvard women’s tennis team hosts Harvard Invitational this weekend. The team will see competition from Boston University, Syracuse, Georgetown, Cornell, and Michigan State.

Look Back At It
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Football Eyes Upset in Contest with Undefeated Dartmouth

This Saturday, Harvard football travels two and a half hours north to Hanover, N.H., to face Dartmouth. This time, the Big Green is undefeated in the Ancient Eight — and overall — and the Crimson is the team trying to claw its way back into contention.

Up In the Air
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Rugby, Dartmouth Vie for Ancient Eight Title

The Crimson is looking to extend its three-game win streak after a commanding October. The only thing that stands between Harvard and it's crown, Dartmouth — for the second consecutive year.

Eyes Wide
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Water Polo Battles in Final Home Games of the Season

As October comes to a close, the men’s water polo team enters the final stretch of the 2018 season with two weekend matches against St. Francis (N.Y.) and Iona. This Saturday’s doubleheader comes after a 2-1 finish during its West Coast road trip at the Julian Fraser Memorial tournament in Santa Clara, Calif.

New Year, Fresh Ice
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Men's Hockey to Open 2018-2019 Campaign at Dartmouth

"It’s going to be a completely different game,” according to sophomore defenseman Reilly Walsh, as the Crimson makes the trek to Hanover, N.H., to begin its regular season.

Race to the Finish
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No. 6 Field Hockey Still 'Underdogs' against BC and Dartmouth

A program-record win streak has Harvard setting its sights high but also refusing to take anything for granted with three games remaining on its schedule.

The Boys are Back
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PREVIEW: Men's Hockey Embarks on 2018-2019 Campaign

The Crimson welcomes a skilled freshman class as it looks to replace lost talent and build upon last year's hard-learned lessons.

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Men's and Women's Tennis To See Tough Competition This Weekend

Splitting up across the Ivy League, both of Harvard’s men and women’s tennis teams will be competing this weekend. The men’s team will be on the road for the Big Green Invite hosted by Dartmouth, and the women’s team will be playing at home, hosting the Harvard Fall Scramble.

Crazy Eights
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Men's and Women's Crews Prepare for Head of the Charles Regatta

With autumn in full swing, the Head of the Charles Regatta is fast approaching. This weekend, all four Crimson crew teams will descend on the Charles River for two days of racing to kick off their 2018-2019 campaigns.

Hands in the Air
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Football Prepares For Home Game With Holy Cross

Less than a week after losing in Ithaca, N.Y., the Crimson is back home for a Friday night matchup against Holy Cross. This is the final game in the team’s non-conference schedule.

Boxed Out
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Men's Soccer Gears up to Face No. 25 Cornell

Harvard kicked off its Ivy League slate with a win over Yale, but its next match against a ranked Big Red squad will be a more difficult test.

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