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Miller Time!

Sports, not academics, provide the public face for a university, said Sports Illustrated in the April 28, 1997 issue. Much

Women Fencers Roll; Men Fizzle Late

1996 Sports Statistics Record: Women--11-1, 5-1 Ivy Men--5-5, 1-4 Ivy Ivy Finish: Women--Second Men--Fifth Coach: Branimir Zivkovic 1997 Women: One

The Faces Behind the Box

Did you read your sports page Monday? I mean really read your sports page? When you read the paper Monday,

Seattle's Best

Somewhere in America, a trial is going on within the hearts and minds of sports fans everywhere... Setting: A dimly-lit

Black Undaunted by Injury-Plagued Career

In every classic story of courage triumphing over adversity, the hero or heroine must first fall into the depths of

Harvard Stays Dominant in Ivy League

For women's basketball in the Ivy League this season, the more things change, the more things stay the same. Harvard

Bench Helps Team Overcome Injuries

For the Harvard men's hockey team, facing the RPI Engineers without its third-leading scorer, Kirk Nielsen, certainly didn't warm the


Don't look now, but the Harvard men's hockey team is starting to score in bunches and keep opposing offenses to

ECAC Race Tightening Up Near the Top

Ever heard the phrase "It's lonely at the top?" Well, these words certainly do not apply to the current ECAC

Crimson Finds Acres of Ice in New Towse Arena

DURHAM, N.H.--When the Harvard men's hockey team travels to take on road opponents, it often has to deal with loud

The Icemen Cometh

The wait is over. That's right, for returning upperclassmen, hopeful first-years, year-abroad travelers, media and section 12 maniacs alike: Harvard

Mariners Shall Avenge

Nineteen years. Alright, I was only an infant, but that really doesn't matter. Nineteen years. Red Sox fans, I really

Icemen Struggle To 14-14-2 Season

It was the best of times. It was the worst of times. Although a saying that accurately defines usual college

Parting Gifts

As graduation day nears, and the 1994-95 sports season winds down, there will depart Cambridge a talented group of seniors

No Sieve

Alright, I hear you complaining. I hear you whining: it took a miracle for the NHL owners to even allow