Jessica E. Kahan

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Injuries, Close Losses Send Men's Soccer to Middle of Ivies

Nobody needs to teach the 1995 men's soccer team (6-8-3, 3-4 Ivy) about doing things the hard way. Nothing seemed

Radcliffe Crews Pull Into '96 Season With Lofty Goals

The ice finally melted on the Charles, and just as the crews made it onto the river, a deep freeze

M. Swimming Hosts Easterns

Blodgett Pool will be very busy for the next three days: Competitors from nine other schools have come to Cambridge

M. Hockey Falters in ECAC

Without Rob Millar, the Harvard men's hockey team (10-12-1, 9-6-1 ECAC) could very well have been held scoreless last week.

Despite Beanpot Loss, Men's Hockey Still Alive in ECAC Race

The car accident on Sunday night that sidelined seniors Peter McLaughlin and Brad Konik denied the Harvard men's hockey team

M., W. Fencing Split

It was epee to the rescue at both the men's and women's fencing meets Saturday when both squads faced Penn

W. Squash Battles in Princeton

Despite the snow and dangerous road conditions, four members of the Harvard women's squash team travelled to Princeton to compete

M. Hockey to Take on Tigers

There's no denying that last weekend was rough on the Harvard men's hockey team (5-5-1, 4-3-1 ECAC), both on their

Women Fencers Win, Brandeis Foils Men

If to the victor belong the foils, then the Harvard women's fencing team has some new equipment. In the first

A Tale of Two NCCAA Experiences

Decidedly different fates befell fan Carswell and Karen Goetze, the only two Harvard runners to qualify for the 10,000 meter

Women's Swimming Capsizes Bears

It was Miller time at Blodgett Pool yesterday, as the Harvard women's swimming team blew past Brown, 160- 140, and

Princeton Reigns Supreme In Ivy League Football Action

This week, while Harvard claimed its position at the bottom of the Ivy League losing to Brown, Princeton affirmed its

No. 3 Brown Holds Off Men's Booters

If a single game could represent the frustration of a season, then the Harvard men's soccer team's 2-1 loss to

Victory Tonight Would Net Ivy Title for W. Soccer

Does history repeat itself? The women's soccer team seems certain that this time it won't. Harvard (13-2-1, 5-0-1 Ivy) travels

UMass Mashes Women's Spikers

When the Harvard women's volleyball team travelled to UMass, ranked eighth in the Eastern Region, the Crimson knew it would