WALTHAM--It may not have been the best Harvard baseball game in recent years, but it certainly was the most embarrassing.
If the Harvard baseball team's 1982 season was a movie, they'd just roll the cameras back and start over again.
The snowdrifts are finally gone from the outfield, but only two of Harvard's starters have pitched this year anywhere north
Four good arms can beat one great arm. Not every time, but often enough. At least that's what the Harvard
With Soldiers Field transformed into a Winter Wonderland ("You couldn't even see the field from the steps of Dillon, let
The last time I was in Florida. I kissed a girl named Molly and she cried. The time before that
The NCAA Division I Hockey Subcommittee wrote Harvard a round-trip ticket to the Dane County Coliseum in Madison. Wis., last
Jim Turner had picked up the puck at center ice and figured he'd bang it off the boards back into
To understand all the commotion, you have to understand that Harvard used to turn out some pretty good hockey teams.
Providence College beat Colgate, 7-3, at Schneider Arena in Providence last night which is bad news--but could be good news--for
It has been five years since the Harvard hockey team last had a gamens important as tonight's at Yale. It's
Harvard's Scott Fusco spent Tuesday night at Northeastern Arena watching the biggest goal of his college career take on even
Some people know Mark Fusco as an all ECAC defenseman, but yesterday the redheaded sophomore earned a more important distinction.
The dog Days are back in Boston hockey. The Boston University Terriers, powered by two goals from tournament MVP Tom