Winter Sports 2018

Better Together Than Apart

For Harvard men's hockey junior John Marino, hockey and brotherhood are one and the same. An examination of Marino's relationship with his twin brother, Paul, reveals how hockey and family together shape his life.

Harvard Winter Sports Preview 2018

As the winter sports season gears up, Harvard's teams face a bevy of questions. Will swimming and squash be able to maintain their runs of dominance? How will the basketball teams shape up? Here's everything you need to know.

Singlet Out

The wrestling team's freshmen were heavily decorated in their high school careers. As they make the transition to the collegiate ranks, they look to continue that trend as members of Harvard's program.

Back to Back(stroke)

Both the men's and women's sides have won the Ivy League title three of the past five seasons. Can they repeat to make it four of six in 2018-2019?

Icing on the Cake

A cadre of first-years has replenished the women's hockey team, but the ultimate team identity remains the same: the pursuit of championships, from the Beanpot to the NCAA Tournament.

Boasting Expectations

The men's squash team is still in the middle of a quest to dethrone perennial rival Trinity, while the women's squad is the team to beat, going undefeated and losing just four individual matches last season.

Sloping Upwards

For the ski team, bonds can just as easily form during heated debates in the lodge after practice as they can in the team van at 5:30 a.m. Is pasta a noodle?

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