If you’ve ever missed the chance to see your favorite Harvard squad play because you missed out on those few ...
The chance to compete in the World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Trakai, Lithuania, may be awaiting two members of ...
With only two hours of rest between the semifinal and final, the Harvard men’s tennis team (13-1) dug deep to win the Hilton Mission Valley Spring Classic.
Playing the 6130-yard, par-72 PGA National course in North Palm Beach, Fla., the Crimson beat the Sharks by 11 strokes, 311-322.
After helping the team clinch the Howe Cup last weekend, Sobhy claims the No. 1 seed in her quest to win the Ramsay Cup. Clearly, we have a phenom on our hands, but how good is she really? The numbers speak for themselves…
Although the Harvard men’s hockey team hasn’t been able to find its rhythm in the young 2011-12 campaign, both senior forward Alex Killorn and junior defenseman Danny Biega certainly have. For their play, the two received nominations for the prestigious Hobey Baker Memorial Award.
This weekend, Harvard ventured down to the land of the Badgers to compete at one of the toughest invitationals in the nation, the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational
Each Thursday, The Crimson will compile a series of unique statistics about Harvard's sports scene. Welcome to the Magic of ...
After sweeping the Ivy League Championship Series against Cornell, the Harvard softball team (36-16, 18-2 Ivy) earned a spot in the NCAA tournament for the fourth time in team history.
It's not every day that a Harvard student gets into a brawl. However, the Harvard College Interactive Media Group wants to change that for a day. On April 24, they are holding a Super Smash Bros. Brawl tournament from 4 p.m. till 7 p.m. in the small dining room in Mather.
After spending most of his life on the basketball court, it wasn’t until after his Harvard graduation that Fred Schernecker ...
The Harvard Graduate Council announced that Harvard will officially recognize university-wide student groups in a press release yesterday.
Freshman Schuyler Moore dedicated much of her childhood and adolescence to the world of gymnastics in pursuit of that lofty goal. But she never would have expected that eleven years later, she would be looking to compete in the Games in a different discipline entirely.
It can be difficult for teams to get back into the swing of things after playing one match in the past month—but not for Harvard women’s tennis.
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