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The Long Goodbye

J ack O'Leary, a sports-writer for the Boston Herald, stopped typing away on the small keyboard of his standard-issue Radio

Funky Diva

Her thesis scared her, but the prospect of starting an R & B music career in risky New York doesn't.

Drury's Last Game?

WORCESTER, MA--Harvard Captain Ted Drury has likely played his last game in a Crimson uniform. After Harvard's 3-2 double-overtime loss

Clarkson Tops RPI in Early Game

LAKE PLACID N.Y--Third seeded Clarkson and fourth seeded Brown will take the ice tonight to compete for the ECAC Championship

Icemen Roll Over Tigers in Game 1, 6-2

Those who had been denied--A Harvard men's hockey team waiting to step on a team of smaller stature than it,

It's Princeton Again for Icemen

It's gonna be a rematch will Princeton for the Harvard men's hockey team in the ECAC tournament quarterfinals. Tenth-seeded Princeton

Notes From the Front

Harvard Coach Ronn Tomassoni said he was "pleased" with last night's results, and few in the Harvard men's hockey team's

Big Finish for Icemen

There's a bit of history attached to the last weekend of the Harvard men's hockey team's regular season. Harvard (for

Two Crimson Wins

Harvard's weekend road sweep didn't come without its difficulties, but, as coach will tell you, the Crimson got the four

Harvard Climbs to Number Three Spot in National Polls

For those watching the polls, this season's final standings are starting to shape up. Maine will be the top-ranked team

Icemen Defeat Tenth-Ranked Yale

Give the Yale men's hockey team a bona-fide Hobey Baker candidate, a future Olympic coach, a number 10 national-ranking and

No Shortage of Crimson Beanpot Heroes

Everyone could find a hero in Monday night's remarkable upset of BU. Sophomore Steve Martins with his two goals and

Icemen Beanpot Champions, 4-2

BOSTON--Boston University won the Eberly Trophy last night for featuring the best goaltender in the 41st annual Beanpot tournament. But

It All Comes Down to Monday

At the annual Beanpot luncheon yesterday afternoon at the elegant Blades & Boards Club, Harvard's two players in attendance heard

W. Hockey Scores Two Ties; Icemen Escape Union Upset

Harvard Women's Hockey Coach John Dooley hasn't had much luck building up the team's ranks this season. The Crimson still