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Crimson staff writer

William Quan

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Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Hockey Starts Season With Victory Over Dartmouth, 5-1

After the first 20 minutes went scoreless, a flurry of goals went in favor of Harvard as they went on to beat Dartmouth , 5-1.

A Hard Day's Row
Men's Crew

At the Helm of the Charles

The Head of the Charles got its start because George Ernest Arlett wasn’t a gentleman.

Sailing

Sailing Struggles Across Multiple Competitions

This weekend, across the table, ended in disappointment as the Crimson was in the back of the pack in three regattas, only salvaging a decent third place performance at the New England Match Race Championship.

Harrison is Here
Men's Water Polo

Men's Water Polo Comes Home, Splits Matches

After a string of 12 away games to start the season, Harvard men's water polo returned home this weekend for a doubleheader. While the Crimson topped MIT, it lost a tense affair to Brown.

The Rock
Field Hockey

Underclassman Duo Propels Field Hockey to 1-0 Road Win at No. 14 BU

For the second contest in a row, the Crimson squeezed out a win against a ranked opponent—this time on the road against No. 13 Boston University.

Women's Rugby

Rugby Hands Brown Decisive Loss at Home

A much anticipated matchup between two Ivy rugby powerhouses, Harvard took control early and did not give it up throughout.

Field Hockey

Field Hockey Drops Weekend Slate

​This final weekend of action before the beginning of conference play was an opportunity for Harvard to tune-up one last time as the squad prepares to host Yale next Friday. But both games against Northeastern and UMass ended in disappointment for the Crimson.

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