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Field Hockey Season Recap

With the disappointment of not meeting expectations last season weighing heavily, the Harvard field hockey team is already looking forward to the fall with a new mentality and concrete goals in mind.


Women's Swimming and Diving Season Recap

When Harvard claimed the 2014 Ivy League Women’s Swimming and Diving Championship back in February, coach Stephanie Wriede Morawski '92 didn’t attribute the win to any individual performances. She instead characterized the victory as a test of the team’s ability to respond to adversity.


Disorderly Conduct

Pressure is nothing new for collegiate athletes. However, certain dietary demands inherent in sports exacerbate these pressures, leading to unhealthy eating practices that toe the line with medically diagnosible disordered eating.


Lee Represents Swimming at NCAA Championships

Sophomore Danielle Lee is used to setting and breaking records. When the Crimson swimmer helped her team win an Ivy League Championship a month ago, she broke the conference record for her 400-medley relay performance with a time of 52.77 seconds, and set a new record for Harvard too.


Crimson Athletes Qualify for NCAA Championships

The Harvard men’s and women’s swimming and diving programs proved their dominance within the Ivy League with their individual league championships but in the upcoming weeks, a few Crimson athletes will have the chance to represent Harvard on a national scale.


Four Harvard Skiers Place 14th at NCAA's

Seniors Becca Nadler, Jen Rolfes, and Chris Stock, along with junior Akeo Maifeld-Carucci, competed in Park City, Utah and combined to help the Crimson secure 14th place out of 23 teams overall.