Crimson staff writer

Julio Fierro

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Finding the Eye of the Storm: Parting Shot

"If there’s one group on campus where I always felt that I belonged, it was Sports. That group represents a space that catalyzed my growth as a person."

Women’s Hockey Comes Up Short at the Beanpot

​Looking to put its ECAC struggles behind, the Harvard women’s hockey team faced off against Beantown rival and host Northeastern in the first round of the 2017 Women’s Beanpot. For the second consecutive year, however, the Crimson was unable to advance to the Boston tournament’s championship match.

Women's Hockey Ties, Drops Games Over Weekend

After getting blanked out, 4-0, in its first game against the Raiders, the Crimson made adjustments and bounced back less than 24 hours later to force a 2-2 draw against a top-10 ranked Big Red team.

Men's Soccer's NSCAA Awards Eligibility Revoked

​The Harvard men’s soccer team is facing penalties from the National Soccer Coaches Association of America after the University found that the team continued to produce sexually explicit documents rating women through 2016.

Women's Hockey Drops Pair of Games Against Ranked Opponents

Despite taking the lead against both teams early on, the Crimson (1-4-0, 1-4-0) was unable to hold onto its leads, falling by a 2-1 margin to both opponents to extend the team’s losing streak to four games.

After Men's Soccer Tradition Revealed, A Lost Season

Before an Office of the General Counsel review into vulgar “scouting reports” produced by the men’s soccer team over the past several years resulted in the cancellation of their season, the 2016 team sat atop the Ivy League.

BRIEF: Field Hockey Clinches Ivy Title Against Dartmouth

For the first time in a dozen years, the Harvard field hockey team can call itself the Ancient Eight champions.

Men's Soccer On Top of Ivy League After Win Against Dartmouth

Playing on the road at Dartmouth’s Burnham Field, junior midfielder Sam Brown’s 25 yard screamer in the 80th minute gave Harvard a 1-0 victory over Dartmouth. With the win, the Crimson gained sole possession of first place in the Ancient Eight standings and are in control of their own fate with two weeks to go.