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William Boggs

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Shutout Number One
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Prevails over RPI in Defensive Tussle

After 60 minutes of tight defense, staunch penalty-killing, and timely counter-attacking, the Crimson outlasted Rensselaer in a 2-0 decision.

'Murica's Best
Wrestling

Wrestling Prepares to Face Nation's Top Teams in Las Vegas

This weekend, the Crimson will be heading across the country to take on some of the nation’s top competition at the Cliff Keen Las Vegas Invitational.

More Bark than Bite
Men's Squash

Men's Squash Routs Northeastern, 9-0

Harvard submitted strong performances up and down its lineup, most notably Rana Bansal's match in which the senior conceded just one solitary point.

Young Royston
Women's Golf

Chloe Royston Looks to Find Success in Her First Season with Harvard Golf

Growing up in South Africa, freshman golfer Chloe Royston was always a tremendous competitor. In the classroom, she excelled as a student. In the pool, she aspired to become a Division I swimmer. Halfway through high school, however, she hit a major health roadblock and her athletic career was thrown into jeopardy.

The Four Ontarians
Women's Ice Hockey

Women’s Ice Hockey Challenges High-Scoring Quinnipiac and Princeton

With both Quinnipiac and Princeton representing pivotal, conference opponents, intangible toughness and the ability to bear down in hectic game situations will be key for the squad.

Fore!
Women's Golf

Women's Golf Finishes 16th among Tough Competition at Stanford Invitational

By the end of Sunday’s action, Harvard had pieced together an aggregate score of 905, landing the squad tied for 16th place with No. 17 Oklahoma State, one of the event’s six ranked teams

Going Pro
Football

Alumni Update: Harvard's Presence in the NFL

Even though Ryan Fitzpatrick has been carrying the Harvard football mantle, there are eight more Harvard players currently on NFL rosters or practice squads, making Harvard the FCS school with the most active NFL players.

Women's Rugby

Rugby Drops First Contest of the Season at Dartmouth

By the end of regulation, the hosts had run up the final score to 55-13. Saturday was another instance of the Big Green asserting its dominance over the Crimson squad in the last few years.

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