In an incredible triple overtime win for the ages, Harvard men's basketball defeated Columbia 98-96 on Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion in a 55-minute thriller. Junior guard Bryce Aiken hit a remarkable buzzer-beater three at the end of overtime as part of a 44-point effort.
Harvard travels to New Haven, Conn., looking to break its winless streak. Follow along with The Crimson staff.
This win earned the Crimson (6-1) its second-ever Ivy crown as it clinched the one seed going into the NIRA Playoffs.
Men's hockey journeyed to the Frozen Four. Senior forward Midge Purce led women's soccer to an Ivy title. Sprinter Gabby Thomas and swimmer Dean Farris smashed records. Football lost to Yale for the first time since 2006. The 2016-2017 school year produced a lot of headlines. Here, we present the best in Harvard sports.
With the world focusing its attention on Rio de Janeiro, the Harvard Crimson follows the Harvard athletes participating in the Rio 2016 Olympics.
As the men's ice hockey team looks to reverse several seasons of disappointing finishes, the women's squad returns Olympians and ECAC heavyweights with one goal in mind: a national title.
On March 21, 2013, the Harvard men’s basketball team upset the University of New Mexico in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, marking the first March Madness win in program history. One season later, with the national spotlight shining bright, the Crimson will look to complete yet another bracket bust, returning to the Big Dance with more weapons than ever.
In his 18th season as Harvard football coach, Tim Murphy led the Crimson to a 9-1 record and his sixth Ivy League championship.
Heading into the final weekend of conference play, many Harvard teams are still in contention for the title and/or a berth to the NCAA tournament.
Harvard coach Joe Walsh sounds off on summer opportunities, tough schedules, and the joys of America’s pastime.
In its penultimate game of the season, the Crimson takes on Columbia tonight in New York City.
The Harvard men's basketball team takes on Princeton tonight at Lavietes Pavilion. Can't make it across the river? Follow along with our live blog.
The Harvard men's basketball team (22-3, 8-1 Ivy) looks to maintain sole possession of first place in the Ivy League standings with Yale (17-6, 7-2) visiting Lavietes Pavilion on Saturday night.
After live blogging Jeremy Lin's first NBA start on Monday night, we're bringing you the second "Jeremy Lin Tracker" for Wednesday's Knicks-Wizards matchup. Follow the action here!
After Jeremy Lin '10 dropped 25 points and seven assists in the New York Knicks' win over the New Jersey Nets, New York coach Mike D'Antoni indicated that the former Harvard standout would get the start in Monday's matchup with the Utah Jazz. Follow our live blog to see how Lin performs in his new role.
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