If effort were all that mattered, then the Harvard men’s volleyball team would be undefeated this season.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team suffered a pair of losses this weekend on its road trip to Pennsylvania, losing 3-1 to Saint Francis (5-5, 1-3 EIVA Tait) Friday night and 3-0 to Juniata (11-6, 4-0) Saturday afternoon.
Three was the magic number for the Harvard men’s volleyball team (5-1), which swept Stevens (8-3, 1-1 UVC) in three sets Saturday at the Malkin Athletic Center.
The intensity and the spotlight were all on the Harvard men’s volleyball team Saturday night, when it rallied for a ...
Every streak must have its end, and although the Harvard men’s volleyball team started the season 2-0, it met its match last night at the Malkin Athletic Center against a hot Cal Baptist team, also riding a six-game win streak.
The Harvard men’s tennis team split its pair of games this weekend, dropping its season opener at the Murr Center to a strong Northwestern team (3-0) on Friday, 6-1, then bouncing back to defeat Purdue (1-2) by a score of 5-2.
The Harvard field hockey team announced its team captains for the 2011 season today. 2010 junior co-captain Carly Dickson got the nod to continue her leadership, and junior Georgia McGillivray will serve as Dickson’s companion during her senior season.
Despite a strong performance in the second half, the Harvard women’s field hockey team suffered a loss to Columbia at home on Saturday afternoon at Jordan Field.
In the sixth minute of overtime, with both teams scoreless, Big Green sophomore Lisa Masini took the ball into the Harvard circle, spun one way to draw Crimson goalie Cynthia Tassopoulos, and put the ball past the sophomore into the left corner of the net for the game-winner.
The Harvard women’s field hockey team has a tough schedule this weekend as it travels to the west coast to face No. 17 Stanford today in Palo Alto, Calif., and California on Sunday in Berkley, Calif.
The Harvard women’s field hockey team lost for the second time in double overtime, this time to Ivy League rival Brown (2-6, 1-2 Ivy) on Saturday at Warner Roof.
Harvard field hockey suffered two tough one-goal losses this weekend during the Sheraton Catamount Classic at Moulton Winder Field in Burlington, Vt.
A pair of goals from sophomore Emma Keller brought Harvard field hockey its first win of the season, a 6-1 victory over Holy Cross.
The Harvard men’s volleyball team ended its season with two disappointing home losses last weekend against division rivals Sacred Heart University and New Jersey Institute of Technology at the Malkin Athletic Center.
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