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'Fear of Success' Hits 'Cliffe Sailors

"I guess we were suffering from fear of success." Pam Mack was leading the Radcliffe sailing team to its eighth

Fluky Winds Hamper Sailors In Patriot's Weekend Regattas

Racing under conditions that were more like Long Island Sound in August than New England in April, the Harvard-Radcliffe sailing

Batmen Rediscover Defense As Knoll Provides Offense, 7-3

It was a game as rare as this schizophrenic month of April. The 3-7 Harvard baseball team put together two

Harvard, Minutemen Disagree

As of last night, the Boston Minutemen of the North American Soccer League were without a home field. The Minutemen

Taylor Decides to Leave Cambridge; Will Coach Yale Varsity Next Season

Tim Taylor was beginning to become a permanent fixture at Harvard, until last weekend. After four undergraduate years here and

B.U. Humiliates Harvard, 8-4, in ECAC Semifinal

Halfway through the second ECAC semifinal contest in the Boston Garden last night, most of the 13,044 fans were wondering

B.U.-Harvard: Once More With Feeling

A lot of far-flung adjectives have been thrown around to describe the hockey rivalry between Harvard and Boston University. And

The Bob Harrison Saga

What kind of coach does it take to create a successful basketball program at Harvard? In the 64 years the

ECAC Upset: Harvard Stuns UNH, 4-3

DURHAM, N.H.--It was the Harvard fans who scrambled onto the ice here last night to salute their hockey squad, as

Swift Hat Trick Paces Crimson Over Yale, 7-2

The final regular-season game in Watson Rink is usually just a formality. It provides a chance for the fans to

Dartmouth Crushes Dazed Crimson Icemen, 9-2

Contrary to rumors that surfaced last weekend, spring has not arrived yet and the seedings for the ECAC hockey tournament

Six Division I Hockey Squads Named to ECAC Tournament

Six collegiate hockey teams can breathe a little easier this morning. The Eastern College Athletic Conference (ECAC) Division I selection

Late Crimson Rally Catches Cornell Icemen, 3-3

The Sargent Shriver campaign bandwagon camped outside Watson Rink last night and picked up a few votes by announcing the

Big Green Explosion Stuns Crimson Icemen, 5-4

Kevin Johnson kept Dartmouth's ECAC playoff hopes alive last night, at Harvard's expense. Johnson banged home a Scott Colemar rebound

...Icemen Prepare for Green

As far as the Harvard hockey team is concerned, last Wednesday's trip to icy Ithaca is best forgotten. After a

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