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Sylvia Marks

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Women's Basketball Makes Weekend Trip to Arizona

After St. John’s snapped its six-game winning streak in a loss last weekend, the Harvard women’s basketball team will have motivation to make a strong showing at the Arizona State Classic in Phoenix, Ariz., this weekend.


Study Suggests Eating Disorders More Common Than Thought Among Teen Males

Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health published a “striking” study in JAMA Pediatrics that suggests that young males may be more susceptible to eating disorders than is commonly perceived.

Men's Ice Hockey

BC Proves Too Much For Men's Hockey

After 20 minutes, the Harvard men’s hockey team escaped the ice with a one-goal deficit. After being dominated 17-3 in the shots on goal department, the home team in some ways had stolen the period.

Maksim Korolev
Track and Cross Country

Co-Captains Leakos and Korolev Lead the Pack in Final Season

In the 2013 cross country season to date, Harvard co-captains James Leakos and Maksim Korolev have faced 798 runners in four races, held on four different courses in four different states. And in each of those competitions, the duo has found its place on the top of the leaderboard.

Field Hockey

Field Hockey Wins On Senior Day

The Harvard field hockey team could not quite get a handle on Dartmouth on Saturday, but bounced back against the University of Vermont on Sunday, coming out victorious on Senior Day in the Crimson’s last home game of the season.

Women's Ice Hockey

Bellamy and Dempsey '13 Continue Helping Women's Hockey

Laura Bellamy ’13 and Jillian Dempsey ’13, though finished with their playing careers in Harvard’s Bright-Landry Arena, are still carving marks into the ice of the Crimson’s hockey program.

Track and Cross Country

Athlete of the Week: Maksim Korolev Places Second Against Top Competitors

This past weekend, the Harvard cross country team toed the line against some of the nation’s best programs at the Wisconsin Adidas Invitational. Despite the deep field that included three of the top-ranked teams in the country, just two seconds separated co-captain Maksim Korolev from the individual victory.

Women's Soccer

Women's Soccer Remains Unbeaten in Ivy League

Harvard (8-3-1, Ivy 4-0) propelled itself past the Bears on Saturday afternoon at Soldiers Field in a 3-1 victory, its fourth straight win in the Ivy conference.

Women's Soccer

Crimson Streaking After Slow Start to Season

After a slow start, the Harvard women’s soccer team is tearing through its remaining opponents.

Men's Water Polo

Men's Water Polo Tops Brown in Grudge Match

In their third matchup of the season Friday night, the Harvard men’s water polo team (9-8, 7-1 CWPA Northern) put Brown (12-9, 5-1 CWPA Northern) back on its heels in Providence, R.I.

Women's Rugby

Women's Rugby Drops 10-5 to Dartmouth

Following an 84-0 routing of Yale last weekend, the Harvard women’s rugby team (1-2, 0-1 Ivy) came into its first road contest of the season looking to go on another offensive tear.