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Crimson staff writer

Spencer R. Morris

Spencer is a member of the 145th and 146th guards. He has covered the men's hockey team since January of 2017.

Crimson staff writer Spencer R. Morris can be reached at spencer.morris@thecrimson.com. Follow him on Twitter @SMorrisTHC.

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Three of Four
Notebooks

Notebook: Men's Hockey Continues Shorthanded Success, Nabs First Regular-Season Game at the Whale in 12 Years

Friday night’s Ivy League title-clinching victory marks the first back-to-back championships for Harvard since 1993-1994.

For The Seniors
Notebooks

Notebook: Men's Hockey Dominates Shot Count, Capitalizes on Special Teams in Beanpot Title Win Over BU

The last time the Crimson won a Beanpot, only one member of the current team, Phil Zielonka, was even alive. And he was less than two weeks old.

Green Line Rivalry
Men's Ice Hockey

Scouting Harvard's Beanpot Competition

With four of the nation’s most storied hockey programs in action this week, including three top-10 powerhouses, there will be no shortage of elite talent on display at this year's Beanpot.

Men's Volleyball

Men's Volleyball Posts Strong Results at Home

The Crimson returned to Cambridge licking its wounds but nevertheless knew it would emerge all the better for the effort it put forth in Illinois. Kicking off a five-game home stand, Harvard hoped to show visiting Fort Wayne and Ball State a few newly learned tricks it picked up from its Chicago-based adversaries.

Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Ties Quinnipiac, Falls to Princeton

Both Princeton and Quinnipiac were familiar foes, having defeated Harvard earlier in the season by scores of 2-1. The Crimson improved slightly on those earlier results. This time Harvard left the back-to-back contests with a tie and a loss.

Led by Destiny
Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Pushes Win Streak to Six in Win Over Owls

Harvard enjoyed its first-ever triumph over the Owls, 73-62, thanks in part to the solid execution of a clever match-up zone defense.

Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Wins Home Opener Against Maine, 69-60

Despite trailing at the half by three points, the Harvard women’s basketball team surged past visiting Maine en route to a 69-62 victory in its home opener on Tuesday. In the second straight year hosting the Black Bears (1-2) in its home debut, the Crimson (1-1) avenged its 2015 loss and earned its first win of the new season with concerted defensive play and an increasingly more patient offense as the game progressed.

Women's Rugby

Women's Rugby Falls to Dartmouth in Ivy League Championship

After a nearly scoreless first half of play, the Crimson surrendered its lead to the Big Green late in the game and could not come back.

Field Hockey

Athlete of the Week Runners-Up: Smith, Brown, Bain Shine in Key Ivy Contests

​While freshman Bente van Vlijmen took home Athlete of the Week honors after leading the field hockey team to an Ivy League-clinching victory over the weekend, three other Crimson student-athletes had especially notable performances, earning this week’s Athlete of the Week runners-up honors.

Women's Rugby

Women's Rugby Dominates Princeton in First Round of Ivy League Tournament

With its third shutout of the season, the Crimson advanced to the Ivy League Championships.

Building a Rivalry
Previews

Men’s Soccer Looks to Beat Conference Rival Dartmouth

The Harvard men’s soccer team has emerged victorious against Ivy League rival Dartmouth just once in the past six seasons.

Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Men's Crew

Breet is Back: Return of an Olympian

Vince’s path to the Olympics began in 8th grade, when he picked up the sport of rowing to satisfy his school’s athletic requirement. Despite his family history in water sports, in particular swimming and water polo, Breet decided his abilities were best suited for an on-the-surface activity.

This Kick Ain't Free, Man
Men's Soccer

Veteran Freeman Powers Men's Soccer

As Harvard’s scoring leader for the 2015 campaign, senior forward Jake Freeman finds himself in a somewhat unsurprising position: He sits atop the Ancient Eight in points with 16, already flirting with the 17 points he amassed last season.

Women's Volleyball Splits Weekend Slate

The Crimson managed to pick up one win in its return to Cambridge, splitting its two Columbus Day weekend matches by beating Brown on Friday afternoon before losing to Yale the following evening.

Coming Back Home
Football

Harvard vs. Georgetown: Five Things to Look Out For

The Harvard football team does not lose to non-conference opponents. The Crimson has beaten every non-Ivy League team it has faced since dropping its season opener at Holy Cross in 2011. That was long enough ago that not a single member of the current squad was there to suffer defeat.

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