With a 2-1 victory over St. Lawrence in Sunday’s matinee, Dartmouth advanced to the quarterfinals of the ECAC Championship where it will clash with the Crimson in a best-of-three series for a spot in Lake Placid's semifinals.
Relive the team's pre-playoff campaign with this chronological series of photos detailing Harvard's season thus far.
On Saturday night, someone quite new to the historic Harvard-Yale rivalry helped define its latest chapter. Freshman forward Kevin O’Neil potted both goals for the Bulldogs, powering his Elis to a 2-1 victory.
On a weekend where six Harvard athletes made it to the national semifinals, the Dublin native saved two championship points to capture the 36th men’s title in program history with a 12-10 fifth-game victory.
With the changing of the seasons, rosters too have been renewed. Young teams are making runs at Ivy Championships while others are trying to maintain their divisional dominance.
With the unenviable task of taking on host team Penn on Saturday night, Harvard women's basketball will head to Philadelphia this weekend with an eye toward securing the title of the second annual Ivy League Tournament.
Jaylen Brown—a student-athlete at the University of California, Berkeley for one year before declaring for the NBA Draft—has always been noted by his peers and evaluators for possessing a high academic curiosity and passion for learning.
In fitting fashion, the last points in Harvard’s 93-74 blowout win came from one of the seniors—in the form of a triple. From the top of the circle, Chatfield drilled his second game attempt from three and increased the Crimson’s count of triples to 17, a remarkable tally that tied a program record.
The Harvard’s women’s basketball team braved weather delays in New York to finish its regular season with two victories over Cornell and Columbia. The Crimson extended its winning streak to four games heading into the Ivy League Tournament, concluding its regular season with a season sweep of both opponents.
Despite a blowout loss to the Aggies on Sunday, the Crimson was able to split a doubleheader on Saturday, losing on a walk-off in the first game before a three-run ninth inning lifted the visitors to victory in the nightcap. Overall, the Crimson left New Mexico with three more losses in addition to a win.
This weekend, the women's water polo team defeated No. 18 San Jose State for first time in history while also racking up wins against Toronto and Siena, while dropping one to No. 15 Wagner.
As usual, Cheek’s contributions were key for Harvard as his two goals and three assists helped pace the team to a wire-to-wire 14-10 victory over Hartford on Saturday.
Harvard matched its opponent in clears, turnovers, and draw controls en route to a back-and-forth match that went down to the wire. One minute and 24 seconds into the extra period, a Yale overtime goal iced the game, 16-15, in favor of the Bulldogs.
Competing in the Carolina Classic, the second of three tournaments before the beginning of conference play, Harvard softball dropped three out of four of its games in North Carolina.
In its final weekend of the regular season, Harvard women’s basketball completed the season sweep on the New York Ivies in its trip to the Empire State, topping Cornell and Columbia on the road.
Just a week after the very same play caused a heartbreaking loss to Yale, Boehm snagged a missed free throw with 30 seconds remaining, helping the Crimson break a nine-game losing streak to Penn, and extend their run of victories at the renovated Lavietes Pavilion to 11 games.
With just over a minute left in overtime and with Harvard up 86-85 against Cornell, what might’ve the biggest play of the night happened outside of Lavietes Pavilion. In fact, it happened all the way in New Haven.
The Harvard men’s basketball team secured its first Ivy League regular season title since 2015 after defeating Columbia, 93-74, on Saturday night at Lavietes Pavilion.
Here is a breakdown of all 16 possible scenarios for the four Ivy League men's basketball contests tonight and their consequences for next weekend's Ivy League Tournament.
It took double overtime, but the Harvard men’s basketball team was able to top Cornell, 98-88, on Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion. With the Crimson’s win and Penn’s loss at Yale, Harvard will have the opportunity to secure the Ivy League’s regular season title and the top seed in next weekend’s conference tournament with a win over Columbia on Saturday night.
Team performance on the court has improved, a combination of re-discovered perimeter accuracy and lock-down defense throughout the conference season. The Crimson is situated as the second seed in the Ivy League heading into the final weekend of play.
A number of gritty singles performances and comeback attempts were unable to carry the Harvard women’s tennis team to victory this weekend, as it dropped a pair of matches to tough opponents at the Murr Center.