I’ve been a member of the Harvard varsity cross country and track and field teams for the last four years, and it’s been an incredible journey. The experiences I’ve had and the friendships I’ve made will stay with me for the rest of my life. From the excitement of competing at multiple championship races to the long, hard grind through the woods on an 18-mile run, I will never forget my time as a runner at Harvard.
Kevin Tyrrell, The Ulen-Brooks Endowed Coach for Harvard Men’s Swimming and Diving, has announced the addition of seven incoming freshmen to join the team this fall as the class of 2020.
Coming to Harvard as a freshman, I was used to taking an independent trajectory in all aspects of my life. If I didn’t understand something at first glance, it would eventually be resolved through my persistence, efforts, and dedication. As a self-reliant girl, instead of asking for help or being open to new perspectives, I stubbornly adhered to the same childhood methods that I knew could lead me to my end goals.
The Harvard contingent set to compete in Omaha, Nebraska at the end of the month added seven to its tally, as six members of the current women’s swimming and diving team and one alumnae have qualified for the 2016 U.S Olympic Trials.
Nikki Okwelogu and Myles Marshall will compete in a pair of track and field national championships this weekend.
The Ivy League has announced the names of 80 student-athletes – including 10 from Harvard – who have been named to the 2016 Spring Academic All-Ivy League team.
The Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches (ACWPA) announced its honorees for the 2016 Women’s All-Academic Awards this week with 10 individual earning the honor and the team posting the ninth-best GPA in the country.
I used to see tennis as an individual sport, but this team has opened up a totally different perspective for me. Being part of the men’s tennis team here at Harvard has definitely been the most memorable experience in my life and there is no word for me to describe how much I enjoy practicing and competing alongside my teammates and coaches.
NFL teams have signed five of Harvard’s graduating seniors.
Interview with women’s basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith as part of the Experience series.
In advance of the Boston Marathon, a Harvard conference focuses on the achievements of Native Americans, long dominant in the sport.
Harvard Track and Field put their best foot forward at the Crimson Elite meet on Feb. 6, with the men topping the opposition and the women finishing second out of 10 teams.
This year, Harvard hockey coach Ted Donato ’91 is coaching his son, freshman forward — and future Bruin — Ryan Donato.
Harvard football coach Tim Murphy explains the unanimous vote by the Ivy League’s coaches to end full-contact practices, promoting safety.
“Good morning!” barks a scarf-wrapped runner in tights, peering through the darkness as she climbs the steps into cavernous Harvard Stadium. A woman nearby ...
During Wintersession 2016, the Harvard-Radcliffe Kendo Club offered a three-day kendo crash course called "Introduction to Japanese Sword Fighting.”
As The Game approaches, Harvard football is looking for success. But coach Tim Murphy is also preparing his graduating seniors for success in life.
Weld Boathouse is home to the Radcliffe lightweight and heavyweight crews, as well as Harvard’s recreational sculling and intramural House crew programs. It also supports a wide range of fitness programs, including yoga, cycling, and weight training.
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Guests from Allston-Brighton and Cambridge attended a Harvard football game and festivities as part of Community Football Day.
Charles River, frozen into the spring, hampers Harvard’s crew season. Lightweight crew competitions were canceled for Saturday due to the icy conditions on the Charles. The men's heavyweight crew will compete on April 4.
On a day full of upsets the 13th-seeded Harvard men's basketball team seemed destined to knock off fourth-seeded North Carolina Thursday night, but Wesley Saunders 3-pointer at the buzzer was off the mark as the Tar Heels held off for a 67-65 victory.
The Harvard men’s basketball team, with a No. 13 seed, will play No. 4 North Carolina on Thursday in the NCAA tournament.
The Harvard men's basketball team is going dancing again after defeating Yale Saturday afternoon, 53-51, in a one-game playoff at The Palestra to decide the Ivy League's automatic bid to the NCAA tournament.
After beating Quinnipiac, Harvard (26-5-3) moves on to face the No. 2 seed Boston College Eagles in the Frozen Four on March 20 at Riddler Arena in Minneapolis, Minn.
The NCAA quarterfinals will be streamed live and for free on the Ivy League Digital Network. Fans can access live stats here, as well.
The Harvard men’s hockey team took the first step toward advancing in the ECAC tournament when they downed Yale Friday at Ingalls Rink, 3-2, in the first game of the quarterfinals.
Collegiate athletics’ oldest rivals will meet at the famed Palestra with an NCAA tournament berth on the line as the Harvard men’s basketball team and Yale square off in a one-game playoff Saturday.
The Harvard men's basketball team did its part with a 72-62 win over Brown Saturday night at Lavietes Pavilion and Dartmouth returned the favor, upsetting Yale 59-58 to give the Crimson a share of the Ivy League championship and force a one-game playoff to decide the Ancient Eight's bid to the NCAA tournament.