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Men's Crew

Learning to Love Another Crimson and Cream

Months before I set foot in Holworthy 07, my father gave me an important piece of advice. Don’t choose a

Men's Crew

Men's Crew Misses the Boat to Grand Finals

History has, by and large, been nothing but kind to the Harvard crew program, but it did the Crimson no

Men's Crew

Crimson Takes Four of Five Races Against Northeastern

For a mere 0.7-second win, Harvard’s two-seat, come-from-behind over Northeastern on Saturday spoke volumes. With just 15 strokes remaining against

Men's Crew

Surge Keeps Compton Cup in Cambridge

It took two weeks of frustration and a serious sprint with 600 meters to go on Saturday morning, but the

Men's Crew

Tough Course Spells Trouble for Lightweights

For two consecutive years, the Harvard varsity lightweights have taken silver to Cornell’s gold at the IRA national championships in

Women's Basketball

Playoff Loss Halts Campaign Early

In the end, there will be no dancing for the Harvard women’s basketball team. The Crimson, the preseason pick to

Women's Basketball

BOOMER SOONER: Maduka Absent In Key Ivy Breaker

The stage, as they say, was set. Two 9-2 teams, tied for first in the Ivy League? Check. An emerging

Women's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Seniors Highlight Crucial Ivy Win

If you take a look at the Harvard bench, you’ll see a bevy of eager freshmen eyeing their coach and

Women's Basketball

Cornell Demolishes Harvard

It’s a long, lonely trip up to Ithaca, N.Y., and things didn’t get much better for the Harvard women’s basketball

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Men's Basketball

NOTEBOOK: Jekyl and Hyde Woes Continue

After Friday’s heartbreaking 72-71 loss to Cornell, Harvard coach Tommy Amaker had reason to worry about his team’s ability to

Women's Basketball

Tay’s Jumper Rescues Crimson Against Penn

All aboard the Tay Train. That might well become the motto of the Harvard women’s basketball team, which saw its

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Stumbles in Non-Conference Finales

After a disappointing end to 2007, the Harvard women’s basketball team is ready to welcome in 2008. The Crimson (7-7)

Women's Basketball

Hallion Leads Women's Basketball in Weekend Wins

After a six-hour bus ride on Thanksgiving Day, the Harvard women’s basketball team wasn’t about to let a holiday trip


BASKETBALL '07: Star Power

Reka Cserny ’05 was the last Harvard standout to win it, but for the last decade, the Ivy League Player


HEAD OF THE CHARLES '07: Citius, Altius, Veritas

The Olympic Games are the definitive celebration of athletic excellence, but the quadrennial event has become a nexus of political