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Got Stones?
Sports Features

Harvard Curling Club: From Learn-To-Curl to Nationals

After wrapping up a successful season, Harvard Club Curling is taking the ninth seed for the 2019 USA Curling College National Championship. This year it is held in Wayland, Mass, at the Broomstones Curling Club.

Rugged Determination
Women's Ice Hockey

20 Years Later: Reflecting on Harvard’s 1999 National Championship

Not only did the national championship have major implications for the program — it also forged lasting relationships among players. The team remains tight, and communication is frequent.

Golden Oldies
Men's Basketball

Reconnecting with the Golden Generation: Harvard Basketball in the 1940's

By the time I finished reading the full note, it had dawned on me that I had stumbled upon an exciting opportunity— one that would allow me to dive deep into the legacy of a basketball program whose sole NCAA appearance before the arrival of Tommy Amaker came in 1946.

Wills Way
Women's Lacrosse

Former Team USA Goalie Devon Wills Takes Reins for Women’s Lacrosse

Devon Wills’s reputation got her here, but she is all business now. A long, challenging season looms, and Wills and her captains have work to do.

Winding Up

Spring Sports Supplement 2019

In the midst of "crossover" season on campus, Harvard's winter and spring sports are busy in action. Check out previews on spring teams, highlights from the winter season, and two look-backs at championship teams!

Vahntage Point
Track and Cross Country

Picking up the Pace: Jovahn Williamson Spotlight

Sophomore sprinter Jovahn Williamson looks to improve on a successful freshman season this year.

Lacking Bad Games
Men's Ice Hockey

The Rise of Michael Lackey

With his much-improved play this season, the Crimson's senior net-minder has helped bring Harvard back into the national conversation. Lackey now faces the road back to recovery after sustaining an injury in mid-February.

Start of Gold
Women's Water Polo

Women's Water Polo Still Perfect After Nine Games

Two months into its season, the Harvard women’s water polo team has found itself amending the history books.

Palo Alto to ATL
Men's Basketball

Remembering Where He Came From: Five Minutes with Jeremy Lin

But anyone who’s met the 30 year-old that took the world by storm seven years ago, knows that Jeremy Lin’s future is much brighter than just basketball.

From the Peach State
Men's Basketball

The Supercharger: Rob Baker Sparks Men’s Basketball

As Baker has made a welcome stride in his development, a few things remains constant: a laid-back passion for the game and an ability to provide an instant jolt of energy to the Crimson.

From Leverett at Heart
Men's Basketball

Remembering Where He Came From: Five Minutes with Jeremy Lin

The phenomenon known as “Linsanity” thrust the Torrance, Calif., native into the global spotlight in the world’s most famous arena. But anyone who’s met the 30 year old knows that Lin’s future is much brighter than just basketball.

Harvard 3PA/FGA
Men's Basketball

Triple Threat: The Rise of the Three-Pointer at Harvard

A statistical look at Harvard men’s basketball's three-point shooting.

New Friends
Baseball

Harvard Baseball Builds New Friendships in Dominican Republic Trip

Over the course of Harvard baseball trip's to the Dominican Republic, the team participated in various community outreach projects, from painting a house in an impoverished village to visiting a local orphanage.

United Front
Features

Rugby's Recruiting Success and Its 2018 Run to the NIRA Championship Game

This season, the Harvard women’s rugby team has proven it deserves attention. The program has continuously been among the best in the NCAA, and its 2018 campaign showed no change. The program’s greatness only becomes more impressive when the difficulty in recruiting high school rugby players and walk-ons is considered.

The Return: Aiken Edition
Men's Basketball

The Return of Bryce Aiken

The star point guard for Harvard Basketball had been sidelined for nearly a full calendar year due to offseason knee surgery. Finally, Bryce Aiken made his return on MLK Day.

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