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Racquetwomen Eke Out Win

Mary Cist and the Harvard women's squash team confirmed once again that oldest and wisest of sports axioms. Down, 14-11,

Playing in Front of the Home Crowd

On a team of champions, C.J. Young, captain of the Harvard hockey team, may be the most respected champion. On

Baseball Goes Home Again

Forget the World Series. Baseball fans don't care about that. Forget too about winning records and promising, young teams. They

A Leader by Example

She would walk onto the court, and people would be impressed. She carried herself with quiet confidence. She carried the

A .500 Philosophy

The Harvard baseball team has split its last six games. When you're hitting .500, you're phenomenal. When you're playing .500,

Boston University Rallies Past Batsmen, 10-6

The Harvard-Boston University baseball game yesterday at Soldiers Field took more turns than a San Francisco crooked street but, in

Batsmen Undo Engineers, 6-5

For the baseball fan, it was the perfect day for a game. For the Harvard baseball team, it was just

Lacking Consistency

"Emotionally, it takes its toll," said Harvard shortstop Dave O'Connell, referring to the team's constant need to come from behind.

Oarsmen Come From Behind To Top Brown by 3+ Seconds

Each time the Harvard crew teams take the water, they are challenged--physically and mentally. They must respond and find a


It was spring training, spring break and the opening of the season for the Harvard baseball team. Or the good,

Some Thoughts on the Off-Season

All aspects of life converge on baseball. Triumph, defeat, heroicism receive their greatest play on the baseball diamond. But does

The Crack of the Bat Is Finally Here

There is only one sport, and it is baseball. In the long, winter off-season, we pretend to be interested in

Women Cagers Fall to Dartmouth, 65-62

In sports, deception lurks in the strangest places. Scores, for example, can exaggeragte a team's domination, or they can mask

W. Cagers Fall, 71-54; Hunt for Title Ends

It's over. The Harvard women's basketball team will not repeat as Ivy League champions. The Crimson (15-10 overall, 9-4 Ivy)

W. Cagers Pop Penn; Get Back in Ivy Race

The greatest living philosopher strikes again. While he was probably shooting the breeze on a baseball diamond somewhere in Arizona,