Sports Front Feature
Harvard starts the road to Lake Placid with a best-of-three quarterfinal beginning on Friday.
It took overtime again, but Harvard men’s basketball was able to knock off Columbia for the second time this season, clinching a second consecutive regular season Ivy League title in the process.
A week after dropping two heartbreakers, the Crimson put Cornell away early as head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith in dominant fashion.
A road sweep over Cornell and Columbia would be the most direct path to the program’s seventh-ever Ivy League title, an honor it would share with the Yale Bulldogs if its New Haven foes can similarly knock off Princeton and Penn.
At the end of those tryouts, Coach Wojick had a special surprise announcement given in front of the entire team.
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!
By the time I finished reading the full note, it had dawned on me that I had stumbled upon an exciting opportunity— one that would allow me to dive deep into the legacy of a basketball program whose sole NCAA appearance before the arrival of Tommy Amaker came in 1946.
With an energetic home crowd behind them, the team had a slew of strong performances. The men’s side took home third in the final team totals, while the women finished second after standout races from their hurdles, jumps, and short sprints athletes.
After suffering a surprising defeat to Brown on Friday night, Harvard men's basketball(13-9, 6-3 Ivy) will challenge Yale in a critical conference game in Payne-Whitney Gym in New Haven.
A goal in each period and a shutdown performance in net gave the Crimson the edge in its final home game of the regular season.
A month after she became Harvard’s 20th 1,000 point scorer (a list that is also soon likely to include co-captain guard Madeline Raster, who has scored 991), the Wellesley native hit her 262nd career three pointer early in the third quarter, breaking a Crimson record long held by Erin Maher ‘93.
Follow the senior-night action live from the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
If this Top-10 ranking holds to the end of the season, this would be the Ancient Eight’s best finish stretching back at least to the mid-1990s.
Amid uncertainty in the crease, the Crimson nabbed two crucial conference points in a 4-2 triumph over the Bears.