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Stare Down
Men's Basketball

Stare Down

Sophomore guard Bryce Aiken, who averaged 14.5 points as the Crimson's leading scorer last season, will be an important offensive threat for Amaker this season.

Young Blood
Men's Ice Hockey

New Year, Same Story: Men's Hockey Faces Roster Turnover

“It’s a new year. We lost a lot of great players, a lot of great leadership.” For the Harvard men’s hockey team, these words from coach Ted Donato ’91 are all too familiar. Each season, and especially the last two, the talent walking the stage in late May seems irreplaceable. And yet, the Crimson is starting to develop a knack for turning over its roster and staying competitive year in and year out.

Deep Threat
Men's Basketball

Deep Threat

Junior guard Corey Johnson shoots a three-pointer in last year's home contest against Penn. Johnson hit 62 triples last season.

Northern Lands
Men's Basketball

Northern Lands

Djuricic goes up for the slam at this year's Crimson Madness. The freshman is one of three Canadian players on Amaker's roster.

Face to Face
Women's Ice Hockey

Face to Face

Harvard has started off with two conference wins against Dartmouth and Princeton and will look to continue its hot league play next weekend against Brown and Yale.

Gang Green
Women's Ice Hockey

Gang Green

Harvard will look to avoid the Ivy League swarm this season as it seeks redemption after a poor showing last year.

Team Sport
Previews

Women's Ice Hockey Starts Strong in Rebound Season

Coming off an atrocious 5-19-5 campaign, Harvard has racked up two wins already thanks to new leaders and a batch of skilled youngsters.

Northern Lands
Men's Basketball

Canadian Players Boost Men's Basketball

This year, three Crimson players hail from the province of Ontario: senior captain Chris Egi, junior guard Corey Johnson, and freshman forward Danilo Djuricic. Additionally, Amaker secured a verbal commitment this fall from Noah Kirkwood, a 6’6” guard from Kanata, Ontario

Swedish Swish
Women's Basketball

Swedish Swish

Freshman guard Matilda Salen, hailing from Bromma, Sweden, looks to bolster the Crimson's backcourt.

Towering Above
Women's Basketball

Towering Above

Freshman forward Maddie Stuhlreyer is now Harvard's tallest player, standing at 6'5".

Swedish Swish
Women's Basketball

Women's Basketball Welcomes Talented Freshmen

With the new cohort of forwards Rachel Levy, Grace Tworek, Maddie Stuhlreyer, and Jadyn Bush and rookie guard Matilda Salen, Harvard looks to make its first trip to the NCAA Tournament since 2007.

Ballin' Out
Women's Basketball

Ballin' Out

Junior guard Nani Redford makes up a growing upperclassman core for the Harvard women's basketball team.

Pic Me
Women's Ice Hockey

Pic Me

Former Harvard captain Michelle Picard '15-'16 will anchor the Metropolitan Riveters' blueline in her sophomore NWHL season.

Ballin' Out
Women's Basketball

Consistency is Key as Women's Basketball Seeks First Ivy Title Since 2008

Picked to finish third in the Ivy League behind Princeton and Penn, the Crimson returns a bevy of talent and experience as it seeks to build on last year's 21-9 season.

Pic Me
Women's Ice Hockey

Women's Ice Hockey Feeds Players to the Pros

After decorated Crimson careers, a handful of women's hockey players have caught on with the NWHL and CWHL, two professional leagues.

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