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David E. Lopez-Lengowski

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Men's Lacrosse

Crimson Cruises Past First Round

It might have been the first time that the No. 17 Harvard men’s lacrosse team (10-5, 3-3) appeared in the Ivy League tournament, but it looked like veteran squad, cruising past No. 15 Penn (8-6,4-2) Friday afternoon at Schoellkopf Field and earning a spot in the finals of the Ancient Eight tournament.

Men's Lacrosse

High-Scoring Offense Propels Harvard

A fast-paced second half was all the Crimson needed to break open the game and guarantee a victory against Bellarmine Friday night at the Soldier’s Field Lacrosse Stadium.

A TERRY MANIMAL
Men's Lacrosse

Late Goal Gives Squad First Victory of Year

Its early lead completely evaporated, the Crimson had eight minutes left in the fourth quarter to either make a stand or drop its season opener.

Breath of Fresh Air
Supplement Stories

A Few Good Men

Returning the top four scorers to any team would be the cause for lofty preseason expectations. The Harvard men’s lacrosse team’s returning talent hasn’t gone under the radar—the media has noticed, slotting the Crimson at No. 16 in the LaxNews Preseason Poll.

Lip Service
Women's Basketball

Harvard Women's Hoops Impresses in Home-Opening Rout

The Crimson would not disappoint a raucous home crowd of 1,202, as it overwhelmed Hartford in an 85-61 rout Friday night.

Kin-Dred Spirit
Women's Volleyball

Women’s Volleyball Splits Weekend, Remains in Ivy Mix

Luckily, that wasn’t the case Saturday night, as Harvard (6-14, 3-5 Ivy) earned a convincing victory over Brown (7-13, 1-7) on the day of co-captain Miyoko Pettit’s birthday. The Crimson went 1-1 in its pair of home matches, losing to Yale (12-7, 6-2) on Friday night.

Wu Tang Clan
Women's Volleyball

Women's Volleyball Musters One Win at Fordham Invite

Any athlete will tell you that no amount of practice can replace the experience gained from playing together in a live-game situation.

Rose Styron's Adventures
Kirkland

Activist Chronicles Life Stories in Europe

Human rights activist Rose B. Styron discussed her life experiences in Kirkland last night.

McCARTHYISM
Features

Midwesterner Makes A Splash

Sophomore goalie Laurel McCarthy has been given an opportunity to shine this year in a new starting role for the Crimson.

MT. WHITNEY
Softball

Doubleheader Means Double Trouble For Harvard

Harvard softball battled hard but ended up dropping both games of a doubleheader to local rival Boston College yesterday, scoring four runs in each loss.

Racketeers
Men's Tennis

Harvard Drops Ivy Tune-Up to Bearcats

Sometimes, things come better in pairs. That was certainly the case yesterday afternoon, as Harvard (9-8) was dominant in doubles play, sweeping all three matches against Binghamton (16-1). Yet the Crimson’s dominance in doubles didn’t translate into singles play, as Harvard fell to the Bearcats, 4-3.

Previews

Key Pair of Weekend Games Lies Ahead

The Harvard women’s lacrosse team (3-3, 1-1 Ivy) will be aiming to build momentum heading into the heart of Ivy League play this weekend, as it takes on Brown (2-3, 0-2 Ivy) and Bryant (1-6, 1-2 NEC) tomorrow and Sunday, respectively.

Bro-gan Out
Women's Basketball

Women's Hoops Falls to Syracuse in WNIT

Postseason play was short-lived for the Harvard women’s basketball team. Despite a second half that saw the Crimson outscore Syracuse, there was already too big of a hole for it to matter, as Harvard fell in the first round of the WNIT, 86-67, Thursday night.

Cohen All the Way
Men's Lacrosse

Crimson Survives Late Scare from Minutemen

Leading by five goals with four and half minutes remaining in the contest, the men’s lacrosse team appeared to have the game all but won. But UMass (3-2) had other ideas, going on a 4-0 run in the final minutes and turning what was a sure defeat into a nail-biter.

Harvard Women's Basketball vs. Penn
Women's Basketball

Matera Hits Late Three To Give Crimson A Win

Junior co-captain Christine Matera hit a last-second three-pointer to help Harvard avoid an upset at the hands of Penn.

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