David S. Griffel

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Final Notes

O ne might consider sportswriting at The Crimson a thankless job, sort of like being a New York Yankees manager

Softball Freezes in April, Drops Out of Ivy, ECAC Races

The Harvard softball team had the hottest finish of any spring team in 1996, winning its last 12 games. Unfortunately

Women's Soccer Gets Just Desserts, Captures League Title

There wasn't going to be any last-minute letdown for the Harvard women's soccer team on November 4, 1995. Exactly 364

The Joys of Coaching Little League

Warning: Coaching may be hazardous to your hair. Countless numbers of people have turned prematurely gray or sported new bald

Softball Breaks Out of Slump

It was Patriots Day yesterday, a day to celebrate Massachusetts traditions. The 100th installation of the Boston Marathon was run,

M. Hockey Loses ECAC Heartbreaker

LAKE PLACID, N.Y.--Sometimes it's better to be lucky than to be good. The Harvard men's hockey team was the latter

Going Out As Losers

Losing isn't everything; it's the only thing. Such was the sad situation of the Rutgers-Camden men's basketball team, a squad

Women's Swimming Is Second At Easterns

Yesterday saw a 40-point turnaround between the top two teams at the Eastern Women's Swim Championship, held at Brown University.

W. Tennis Goes 2-1

The Harvard women's tennis team beat the snow this past weekend and two of three foes in the process. The

W. Hockey Loses Two Up North

New Hampshire, as all people here know unless they are living in a cave, provided the nation with the first

The Better Team Won

It was a wacky game last night at Bright Hockey Center. Bad bounces, teams scoring into their own nets, players

Perrin Leads Vermont Into First Place

There's a new leader stop the ECAC standings once again. No. 7 Vermont leaped into the top spot last weekend

ECAC Honor to Holmes

Senior Tommy Holmes earned ECAC Player of the Week honors for his performance against Princeton this past Friday. Holmes scored


The Harvard men's tennis team was ranked 33 d in the nation, while the women came in 38th in Rolex's

Harvard's Stauffer An All-American

The awards never seem to stop coming in for Emily Stauffer of the Harvard women's soccer team, and she's only