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Zevi Metal : Getting Off the Sideline and Onto the Field

Friday, May 4, 2001, was the last day before our final reading period as undergraduates. It was also the final

W. Hockey Upsets No. 1 Dartmouth Despite Questionable Calls

When the buzzer sounded on Saturday, the No. 6 Harvard women's hockey team was not complaining about its 3-2 upset

Botterill, Shewchuk Named Kazmaier Finalists

The USA Hockey Foundation announced the 10 nominees for the 2001 Patty Kazmaier Award on Monday and, for the second

No. 6 Women's Hockey Faces Test Against No. 3 Northeastern and No. 9 Providence

Some tests require more studying than others do. That's what the No. 6 Harvard women's hockey team learned this reading

Zevi Metal: W. Hockey's Best Effort Not Enough

It was a rude awakening for the No. 5 Harvard women's hockey team when junior co-captain Jennifer Botterill's slapper skidded

No. 2 W. Hockey Travels to No. 5 Minnesota-Duluth

Duluth, Minn., is not the place to go in late December if you're interested in coming back from winter break

Small Leagues Can Save Big-Time College Athletics

The outlook is not bright for big-time college athletics, author and sports journalist John Feinstein concluded last night at the

W. Hockey Begins Life After Ruggiero Ranked No. 5

As the last leaves fall in Harvard Yard and the hint of a winter's chill creeps into Bright Hockey Center,

Rival Dartmouth Gets Nod in Preseason Predictions

Unlike the hotly contested battle between Vice-President Al Gore and Governor George W. Bush in the 2000 Presidential campaign, there

Zevi Metal: This Ain't No Subway Series

It's not easy trying to write or edit stories in the newsroom of The Harvard Crimson. Just tonight, for example,

Cross Country Splits Weekend

Franklin Park in Boston was not friendly to the host runners last weekend. The Harvard cross country team crossed the

W. Hockey Given No Chance at Title

Disbelief. Denial. Those are bad words, not because they're vulgar but simply because they both start with a big, bad,

Barker, Rich to Captain Tennis Team Next Year

Juniors Anthony Barker and Michael Rich will serve as co-captains for the Harvard men's tennis team next season, the athletic

W. Lacrosse Crushes Columbia, Nudges Past Notre Dame in Indiana

Moose Krause Stadium is all the way in South Bend, Ind., but it sure felt like home for the Harvard

W. Hockey Names 2000-1 Captains

For the third time in team history, the Harvard women's hockey team will have three captains in the 2000-1 season.