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Michael P. Dybala

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Cross Country Squad Prepares To Kick Off Season

This Friday, a new-look Harvard men’s and women’s cross country team will hit the ground running in Franklin Park at the Harvard-Yale-Princeton meet, the squad’s first of the 2015 season.


Track and Field Athletes Reach for Athletic Glory Beyond Harvard

For three Harvard track and field athletes—one recent graduate and two current undergraduates—athletic glory does not stop at the Ivy League or even NCAA level. These three competitors, who are no strangers to competing for the Crimson, now have their sights set on gold.


Tweets of the Week

As we get closer to closing the books on another semester, Harvard athletes are also finishing up the spring sports season, with most teams completing regular season play this weekend. With some free time on their hands as practices and p-sets come to an end, the Crimson’s best athletes took to Twitter this week to discuss everything from walruses to the Game of Thrones season premier.


Softball Prepares To Play Eagles

It is do-or-die time now for Harvard, which currently sits in second place behind Dartmouth in the North Division of the Ivy League.


Men's Lacrosse Continues Tough Stretch Against No. 3 Cornell

The Harvard men’s lacrosse team enters the match on a four-game skid, with three of its four losses coming to opponents ranked in the current top 14, while No. 3 Cornell has won its last four, including three victories over fellow Ancient Eight teams.


Sophomores Continue Stellar Play For Women's Lacrosse

Underclassmen dominate the roster, making up 16 of the 24 spots on a team that features only one senior. It has been that small cluster of sophomores, though, that contributed to much of the Harvard’s success last season and continue to be difference-makers this year.


Men's Tennis Dominates Two Nonconference Foes

The Harvard men’s tennis team returned home this weekend to wrap up nonconference play before kicking off its Ivy League schedule next week against Cornell and Columbia.