Harvard’s gymnastics hosted its first ever meet in 1980 against Northeastern, in which the men’s side swept the Huskies. Less than a decade later, the club faded into oblivion.
The trio of captains for the 2019-2020 season officially received the “C” at Saturday morning’s team banquet.
On the men's side, Harvard golf has one final attempt to hone its game before Ivy League Championships begin. The women, on the other hand, embark on the conference playoffs in their next match in two weeks.
Lane MacDonald '88-89, captain of the national title squad, considers the Division-I crown one of the top highlights of his decorated hockey career.
Thirty years ago, the Crimson won its first and only NCAA title in a 4-3 overtime thriller against Minnesota.
Harvard kicked off its spring season with a trip to Scottsdale, Ariz. over the weekend.
Freshman Anina Ku had the Crimson's best performance at the Stanford Invitational this past fall.
As part of community service efforts, the Harvard baseball team visited Casa de Amor orphanage.
Pete Varney reacts after making the catch to tie the game at 29.
Chloe Royston joins first years Anina Ku and Elizabeth Wang in the Class of 2022 for Harvard women's golf.
Junior Courtney Smith, an All-American first team selection, will have all eyes on her as she looks to get another first place finish and carry her team to another victory. She has had the past two weeks to rest and prepare herself for the intense competition and course that is sure to come this weekend.
Ex-Harvard wrestler Dustin Denunzio '98 was the first Crimson athlete to claim All-American honors under current coach Jay Weiss
Harvard and Yale coaches and athletes celebrate around the American flag during the 1995 edition of the meet. The 12-8 win for the Crimson and Bulldogs began a streak of seven straight wins for the American side.
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