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Emily Rutter

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Women's Water Polo

WOMEN'S WATER POLO: Seniors Lead Crimson to Best Record in Seven Years

Setting out to build on its first winning season in six years, the Harvard women’s water polo team fought its way to its second straight winning season under the leadership of coach Ted Minnis and co-captains Devan Kennifer and Shannon Purcell.


Baseball Team’s “Call Me Maybe” Lip-Sync Video Goes Viral

Members of the Crimson baseball team decided to cover Carly Rae Jepsen’s hit song. Little did they know that their boredom would lead to stardom.

Men's Golf

Men's and Women's Golf Depart for Ivy League Championships

Both the Harvard men's and Harvard women's golf teams head into the weekend vying for the title at the Ivy League Championships.

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Men's Ice Hockey

Leblanc Called up to NHL's Canadiens

Former Harvard hockey star Louis Leblanc will make his NHL debut in Anahiem, Calif. Wednesday, skating for his hometown team, ...

Harvard Star Ortiz Makes One More Big Play

Lineman Proposes After The Game

Following The Game, senior defensive tackle Josue Ortiz left New Haven with more than a 4-0 career record against Yale; he had a fiancé.

Supplement Stories

Moore Than Meets the Eye

Tim Moore is used to jam-packed schedules. In fact, he thrives on them.

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Women's Golf

Fatigue Plays Role in Crimson’s Ninth-Place Finish

The Harvard women’s golf team’s victorious streak came to an abrupt stop this weekend at the 35th Annual Nittany Lion ...


Where Are They Now? Fitzpatrick Downs Pats

Our alumni tracker for the week again remains focused on Ryan Fitzpatrick ’05, who completed Mission: Impossible on Sunday, when ...

Women's Golf

Led by Freshman Lim, Crimson Takes Top Spot in Yale Tournament

The Harvard women’s golf team started its new season off on the right foot this weekend, claiming a victory at the two-day Yale Women’s Intercollegiate.

Women's Ice Hockey

Harvard’s Dempsey and Pucci Skate for U.S.

While the rest of the Harvard student body spent late August migrating back to Cambridge and fighting off the floods and winds of Hurricane Irene, Crimson women’s hockey juniors Jillian Dempsey and Josephine Pucci were battling seven other countries as members of the United States Women’s National Hockey Team.

Men's Water Polo

MEN'S WATER POLO: New Coach, Seniors Help Team Improve

The Crimson (12-16, 2-5 CWPA) earned third place at the first-ever Ivy Championship and finished the year with a fifth-place finish at the Collegiate Water Polo Association Northern Division Championship.

Men's Volleyball

MEN'S VOLLEYBALL: Fast Start Gives Way to Forgettable Rest of Season

Although the Harvard men’s volleyball team began the season with a string of victories and earned retribution for some of last year’s losses, the Crimson (9-13, 1-7 EIVA Hay) struggled in league play in the latter stretch of its season, earning its only league victory against NJIT in the last game of the season.

Getting Back Up

Confronting the Concussion

As research increasingly shows that brain trauma has significant neurological implications—and can even induce severe depression—Chris Nowinski '00 has helped the public and professional athletes understand the serious risks posed by damaging blows to the head.

Sports Blog

Lacrosse Earns Nine All-Ivy Nods

It has been a good few weeks for Harvard lacrosse.

Student Life

Students Share Passover Rituals

While Passover is not an official University holiday, Jewish students around campus celebrated the first night of the holy festival with their own seders yesterday.