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M. Soccer Hopes to Roll Into NCAAs With Success

It's the end of another week, and the Harvard men's soccer team is still on a winning streak. Two days

Women's Spikers Finish 1-2 at Georgetown Invitational

This past weekend saw the Harvard women's volleyball team face three competitors in a tournament at McDonough Gym in Virginia.

Gridders Off to Columbia to Open '96 Ivy Season

It's time again for filling out study cards, buying books and following football. Alongside the perennial rituals presented to incoming

M. Tennis to Face Miss. St. at NCAA's

The Harvard men's tennis team travels to Georgia this weekend to continue their bid for a championship in the NCAA

Batsmen To Battle Key Foes

The Harvard baseball team faces its toughest challenge yet this season with doubleheaders this weekend versus Columbia and Penn. With

No Football Without Scrod

College athletes are by nature extremely competitive and strive to win. They are always in a quest to improve their

Final Homestand for Icemen

Fond farewells have always made for memorable scenes, as in Bobby Orr's retirement at Boston Garden and Lou Gherig's farewell

Senior Line Returns to Action

People with long-term memory loss may have had a hard time recognizing the players skating for the Harvard men's hockey

Icemen Whaling Tonight

Harvard and Yale renew an old rivalry as the Harvard men's ice hockey team faces the last-place Eli's tonight in