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Cade Palmer

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Going Down Swinging
Men's Squash

Men’s Squash Grabs Silver at National Championships

Facing the raucous crowds of Trinity, No. 3 Harvard men’s squash squared off with the defending national champions for the Potter Cup. The team defeated Penn and upset Columbia before falling to Trinity (20-0) in the final.

Double Trouble
Track and Cross Country

Marshall, Thomas Most Outstanding at Ivy Heps

Over the course of the two-day Ivy League Heps meet, the Crimson left Hanover, N.H., with a second place and 105 point effort by the women’s team in addition to a sixth place finish by the men—who accumulated 51 points.

Track and Cross Country

Track and Field Successful at Crimson Elite, Scarlet and White

Less than a month from the Ivy Indoor Heptagonal Championships, the Harvard track and field team has bolstered it’s schedule. Competing in two meets this over the weekend break—prior to next week’s four meets—individual performances and rookies shined in the Crimson Elite and the Scarlet and White Invitational.

Downton Abbe
Track and Cross Country

Thomas Leads Track and Field, Sets New Record

Competing against its division rivals at Sunday’s Harvard-Yale-Princeton Meet, the Crimson took second place in both the men’s and women’s divisions, both times falling to Princeton but downing Yale.

Track and Cross Country

Men’s Sprints Headline for Harvard at Joe Donahue Games

​Individual performances highlighted Harvard track and field’s latest trip across Beantown, this time to Northeastern. When all the events had finished, the group of athletes that represented Harvard earned third in the men’s division and fifth in the women’s.


Men’s Fencing Perfect at Competitive St. John’s Invitational

Taking to the strips once again for the first time in a month and a half, Harvard traveled to Queens, N.Y., for the St. John’s Invitational, squaring off against some of the top ranked programs in the nation.

Track and Cross Country

Track and Field Is Golden at Beantown Challenge

Harvard brought home 12 gold medals at its first meet of the indoor season. The women’s team rounded out the evening in second place with 98 points, while the men finished third with 98.

Hunt or Be Hunted

Wrestling Closes Out 2017 with Midlands Tournament

In what is deemed its second toughest tournament of the season, the wrestling team traveled to Evanston, Ill., to compete against the nation's best. Of the group's 14 competitors, six posted points for the team, which finished the two-day tournament in 30th place.

Track and Cross Country

Women's Track and Field Looks to Sprint to an Indoor Track Success

A sprinting squad that was dominated by freshmen and sophomores in 2017 is now managed by most of those same athletes, only with a year more of experience. At the helm of that group is junior sprinter Gabby Thomas. One of the newly elected captains, Thomas has been a menace in the Ivy League for the past two seasons.

Bulldog Roar

Football Runs Flat Into Bulldogs for Second Straight Year

The Crimson put the ball grass—more of mud by this point—twice during the game. The Bulldogs picked it up both times.

Prime the Pump

Harvard Columnist: Yale Wins Come Just Once in a Decade

The Bulldogs have at least two storied traditions. One is losing to Harvard football. The other is staying off the crime-ridden New Haven streets.

Crimson Fly

Texas Players are Used to Bright Lights

With 14 members of the football team hailing from the state of Texas, big games, warm weather, and grit characterize their transition into the Harvard football program.

Fighting Quakers

Penn Serves as Kryptonite for Football

Since 1992, Harvard has outmatched every single Ivy League opponent in series records save one—Penn. The Quakers have won 17 of the last 26.

Executing the Draw

Football Prepares for Penn in Must-Win Home Finale

Harvard finds itself in a spot few thought that it would be after the first few games of the season: vying for the division's top spot.


Football Controls Destiny after 21-14 Win over Columbia

After throwing four interceptions in the first 20 minutes, the Crimson roared back for 21 points and survived a late drive. The win vaults Harvard back into the championship race.