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Claire K. Dailey

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Women's Hockey Ends Season with Tournament Loss

Despite grabbing an early lead, Harvard was unable to keep pace with Boston College in the first round of the women's hockey NCAA tournament, falling, 3-1.

Women's Hockey Advances to ECAC Final

The Harvard women’s hockey team earned a spot in the ECAC championship game for the first time since 2008 on Saturday afternoon at Lynah Rink. The No. 6/7 Crimson (24-3, 17-3-2 ECAC) defeated No. 5 Clarkson (28-9, 18-4), 4-2, despite being outshot by the Golden Knights in the semifinals matchup.

Propelled By An Early Start, Women's Hockey Takes Down Colgate, 5-2

Just over three minutes into the game, the Harvard women’s hockey team had already netted two goals and set the tone for its match against Colgate (9-19-3, 4-13-3 ECAC) Saturday night at Starr Arena. The Crimson (19-4-2, 15-2-1) bounced back from a Friday night loss against league rival Cornell to top the Raiders, 5-2.

Freshmen Set To Shine

When freshmen Emerance Maschmeyer and Miye D’Oench stepped onto the ice for the final game of the 2012 Women’s World U-18 Championship in the Czech Republic, they were opponents. Three months after Maschmeyer and Canada defeated D’Oench and the United States, the duo will share the ice again, this time as teammates.

Radcliffe Crew Prepares for 2012 Head of the Charles Regatta

After a second-place finish at last year's Head of the Charles, Radcliffe crew is awaiting its chance for redemption this Sunday in the 48th anniversary of the regatta. Coach Liz O'Leary is using these last days to prepare her team for the three-mile race on the Charles River. Radcliffe teammates are primed for competition and motivated by the whole spirit of the regatta.

President Obama's Pick-Up Basketball Days at Harvard

Even though Obama’s love of basketball has moved from Hemenway to the FBI, its intensity has stayed the same.

Golf Teams Share Coach

For the first time in Harvard history, the men’s and women’s golf teams will share a head coach, the golf program announced last Friday.


Coming into the season ranked as the sixth-best freshman in the nation by Golfweek Magazine, Tiffany Lim immediately justified the lofty expectations in her first three collegiate tournaments.