Editor’s note: The story below appeared in an extra edition of The Crimson on March 15, 1998 one day after
2,632. It is a number that will go down in the annals of baseball as recognizably as 56 and 755.
I will always remember The Shot. There were 44 seconds left, and Harvard had the ball and a tenuous one-point
The Harvard softball team was often-times brilliant this season, but its inconsistency kept it from a successful Ivy repeat bid.
Everyone hates the term, but most people would describe the 1998-99 season as a "rebuilding year" for the Harvard women's
It was a bittersweet season for the Harvard women's soccer team in 1998. It was also a season that saw
The Harvard softball team was oftentimes brilliant this season, but its inconsistency kept it from a successful Ivy repeat bid.
On another weekend, a 3-1 record would have been a success for the Harvard softball team. This weekend, however, only