Co-captain Bret Voith asserted his dominance with five goals at the Princeton Invitational, but Harvard men’s water polo dropped three of four contests over the two day tournament to fall to 2-5 overall.
The Harvard sailing team thrived in the summer-like conditions this weekend, taking home one win and two runner-up finishes. The Crimson women qualified for nationals with their second-place performance at the New England Women’s Championship, while the c
The Harvard sailing team got off to a nice start to its spring season, finishing second at the Sharpe Trophy Team Race. The Crimson took advantage of the warm weather to place well ahead of their Ivy League foes. The team returns to the water next weekend
Crimson sailors performed well last weekend, earning strong results at regattas in Annapolis, Md, and New Haven, Conn.
The Harvard men’s soccer team found itself in a 3-1 hole early on in last night’s game against Boston University, and the Crimson never recovered. Junior forward Andre Akpan, shown above in earlier action, scored Harvard’s lone goal in a 5-1 losing effort
Junior Egen Atkinson is just one piece of a multifaceted Harvard offensive attack. Atkinson is second on the men’s water polo team with eight goals, including four against No. 20 Cal Baptist on Sept. 14.
The Crimson overcame blustery conditions and a particularly unfortunate and costly pin accident to post a solid fourth-place finish at the co-ed Boston Dinghy Club Cup. Meanwhile, the women’s squad picked up valuable experience at the Mosbacher-Knapp trop