Harvard bowed out of the national tournament to the one-seed Minutemen and in the process says goodbye to its six seniors and NCAA title hopes.
Jacob Russell '19 and his friend Patrick Dewey will be among just 10 tandems allowed to run the Boston Marathon next Monday.
Harvard went 3-1 at the Ivy 7's Championship over the weekend, winning the tournament for the first time since 2015-16.
With seven duos from high school linking again in college, the team’s locker room atmosphere is strong.
The Harvard/Yale meet has been going on for over a century, and both the men’s and women’s team continued the Crimson’s domination over the Bulldogs in the all-time series by coming away with a victory this year.
As this year’s Harvard team prepares for a Division-I playoff push of its own, the lasting impact of the 1989 National Championship is palpable.
The 2018-2019 iteration of the Crimson convened for one final time on Monday, where team members voted in the triad of letter-wearers — only the second instance of three captains in program history.
Just as Harvard was ready to saunter away from the quagmire that is Operation Varsity Blues, we were hit with an admissions scandal on our own front piste.
The Crimson begins its road back to the Frozen Four on Friday afternoon with a battle against the one-seed Minutemen in the Regional Semifinals.
On Tuesday evening, Harvard men's basketball honored its six outgoing seniors and announced its captains for the upcoming 2019-2020 campaign.
In a high-scoring series of games against Columbia, the Crimson found themselves 2-1 on the weekend, giving head coach Jenny Allard her 300th win in Ivy League play
The men’s and women’s teams both traveled to Princeton, N.J. for the Princeton Invitational and Matchplay Madness events, respectively.
Here is a look at the seniors who will be leading the Crimson into the postseason.
An unlucky bounce and an unfortunate call ultimately stifled the Crimson's third-period comeback effort. Harvard now turns to the NCAA Tournament.
A last-minute free-position shot by the Lions resulted in the goal that decided the contest.
And, fittingly, McColl replied to the storybook situation with a fairy-tale ending, crushing a no-doubt grand slam to right-center to send the Crimson to a walk-off 10-8 victory.
After an incredible midseason surge brought the men’s lacrosse team to above .500 for the first time this season, the Crimson had its three-game win streak snapped against its first ranked opponent since taking on No. 12/14 North Carolina in the season opener.
The Crimson dominated both the No. 12 Big Red as well as No. 15 George Washington, taking all four races, including a solid finish in the first varsity eight.
For Matthew Ctvrtlik, a current junior and co-captain of the Harvard Men’s Volleyball team, volleyball had always been a part of his life. From a young age, his family had played volleyball and other sports together. So, when he made the transition to playing team volleyball in seventh grade, he found that the game came naturally to him.