Their faces told the tale. Splashed with mud, pelted with rain, sweating, shivering, laughing, yelling--these faces glowed, positively glowed, through
The scene occurred in a dim hallway, deep inside Dillon Field House, far away from any madding crowd. The cheers
Could've been so beautiful, could've been so right ....if only they had played like this every night. Cornell 63 Harvard 60
Notice to all the superstitious on campus: If you want to experience deja vu, try rooting for the Harvard men's
My roommates are the skeptical sort who have developed, over the past two-and-a-half years, a healthy disrespect for Ivy League
One highlight stood out on Saturday amid the Harvard basketball team's disappointing loss to Lehigh. Actually, make that five highlights.
Your men's basketball team shot 56 percent from the field in last night's game against Holy Cross, including a sizzling
Inspiration comes hard on Saturday mornings in early December when you're playing against a team called St. Francis in Brooklyn,
The season remains young, and the game will not even count in the Ivy League standings. But ask the Harvard
They're more talented, deeper and better conditioned. That's the verdict--after one game. The 1994-95 Harvard men's basketball team, looking considerably
The crowds told the story Saturday, as they always do at The Game. Blue-painted Yalies, screamed and swayed in unison.
Every cloud has a silver lining. Harvard's bright spot during an otherwise dismal edition of The Game was Eion Hu.
"Football is a war of attrition at this point in the season." So spoke Harvard football Coach Tim Murphy two
HANOVER, N.H.--With Harvard and Dartmouth both coming into their football game on Saturday sporting the same record, injuries to key