With seven duos from high school linking again in college, the team’s locker room atmosphere is strong.
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.
Jacob Russell '19 and his friend Patrick Dewey will be among just 10 tandems allowed to run the Boston Marathon next Monday.
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.
Through March 25th, senior first baseman Patrick McColl was hitting a blistering .515, ranking first in the nation in batting average, winning three of the first four Ivy League Player of the Week awards.
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.
Relive the No.13/14 Crimson's campaign as it prepares for this Friday's NCAA Tournament Regional matchup with No. 4 UMass.
After wrapping up a successful season, Harvard Club Curling is taking the ninth seed for the 2019 USA Curling College National Championship. This year it is held in Wayland, Mass, at the Broomstones Curling Club.
In the midst of "crossover" season on campus, Harvard's winter and spring sports are busy in action. Check out previews on spring teams, highlights from the winter season, and two look-backs at championship teams!
Not only did the national championship have major implications for the program — it also forged lasting relationships among players. The team remains tight, and communication is frequent.