The 2014 cross country season came to a conclusion Saturday, with junior Thomas Purnell competing at the NCAA Championships, while his teammates were on the course at Van Cortlandt Park in Riverdale, New York at the ECAC Championships.
The No. 18 Harvard men’s water polo team took on Johns Hopkins Saturday at the CWPA Eastern Championships from Annapolis, Maryland and fell 10-5.
The No. 18 Harvard men’s water polo team fell to No. 20 Navy, 15-10, in a CWPA Eastern Championship second round game in Annapolis, Maryland.
The Harvard men’s hockey team lit the lamp on four occasions in the opening frame, setting the stage for a 5-1 victory over Bentley Friday night at the Bright-Landry Hockey Center.
Harvard women’s basketball travels to South Bend, Indiana to participate in the Basketball Hall of Fame Tournament, hosted by Notre Dame. The Crimson kicks off the tournament with a Sunday evening matchup with Quinnipiac before facing No. 3/2 Notre Dame on Monday and Holy Cross on Tuesday.
Miye D’Oench continued her torrid pace – adding her sixth goal in five games – and Emerance Maschmeyer stood on her head to turn aside 34 shots as the No. 6/6 Harvard women’s hockey team skated to a 1-1 tie against No. 7/7 Boston University on Friday at Walter Brown Arena. The Crimson moves to 2-1-2 (2-1-0 ECAC), while BU now is 8-3-2 (5-2-0 WHEA).
The Harvard women’s volleyball team lost a hard-fought battle to Yale on Friday night, 3-0, in a one-match playoff to decide the Ivy League’s automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. The defeat came by set scores of 25-21, 25-22 and 25-21.
Thanks to 14 event wins on the afternoon, the Harvard men’s swimming and diving team captured its third Ivy League dual win of the season, downing Columbia, 207-88, on Friday in Blodgett Pool. The Crimson was buoyed by the usual cast of swimmers with some help from new faces as well.
With just 0:55 remaining in today's game, Harvard beat Yale, 31-24 at Harvard Stadium, securing an undefeated season for the Crimson and outright ownership of the Ivy League championship title for the eighth straight year. But for many, The Game is more than a test of field skills, it's about tradition, food, family, and fun.
With ESPN and NBC broadcasting on campus, the Ivy League’s two best football teams will face off on Saturday at The Game.
Last Sunday at the Head of the Charles, the Radcliffe heavyweight crew, stroked by Elizabeth Fitzhenry ’15, completed the three-mile race in 16:59:69 ― good for eighth place in the women’s championship event.
In the deathly hallows of the MAC Quad, the Harvard Quidditch team practices in the rain — tumbling through the mud while riding atop PVC broomsticks. ...
In the upcoming season, Harvard’s women’s volleyball and field hockey and men’s water polo teams will be the ones to watch.
The No. 16 Harvard men's lacrosse team did what no other Crimson team had done in 24 years on Saturday, as it clinched the program's first Ivy League championship since 1990 with an 11-10 win at No. 13 Yale.
Harvard men's basketball head coach Tommy Amaker has been named a finalist for the 2014 Ben Jobe Award, presented annually to the top minority coach in Division I men's basketball. The winner will be announced on April 4.
In its first multievent weekend (March 22-23) of the spring season, the No. 17 Harvard coed sailing team turned in two top-five performances in two teams races. The Crimson claimed fourth at the Team Race Invitational and took fifth at the 54th Jan T. Friis Trophy.
Twelfth-seeded Harvard men's basketball team had a 61-57 win over fifth-seeded Cincinnati in the second round of the NCAA tournament on Thursday. It faces Michigan State on Saturday.
The Harvard men's basketball team received a 12 seed in the upcoming NCAA tournament and will face 5th-seeded Cincinnati in the second round Thursday at 2:10 p.m. The game will be televised live on TNT.
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The Harvard men's basketball team became the first team in the nation to punch its ticket into the NCAA tournament with a 70-58 victory at Yale on Friday night.
Harvard women's basketball head coach Kathy Delaney-Smith earned career win No. 515 on Friday to become the all-time winning Ivy League head coach with a 69-65 victory over Yale at Lavietes Pavilion.
Harvard's head basketball coach Kathy Delaney-Smith earned career win No. 514 to tie Pete Carril for the most wins by an Ivy League coach. Women's basketball goes up against Yale on March 7 at 7 p.m.
For the fourth consecutive season, the Harvard men's basketball team has clinched at least a share of the Ivy League title, as the Crimson topped Columbia, 80-47, before a sold-out crowd at Lavietes Pavilion this evening.
Despite 18 points from senior captain Christine Clark, Harvard women's basketball (17-6, 7-2) had a 21-game home winning streak halted against Penn, 63-50, Friday night at Lavietes Pavilion.
Harvard is well represented on the U.S. women's hockey team competing for gold at the Sochi Olympics. Includes the video "Playing for Coach Stone" and a photo gallery of Harvard's players.
The Harvard men's basketball team used a 16-2 run to pull away in the second half as it opened the "14-Game Tournament" with a 61-45 win over Dartmouth Saturday at Harvard’s Lavietes Pavilion. The Crimson will host Princeton and Penn on Jan. 31 and Feb. 1.
The Harvard Cricket Club has made impressive strides since its revival in 2011, and is aiming for a Final Four finish in national competition over spring break.
In the 130th playing of The Game on Saturday, the Harvard football team —with the help of sophomore Paul Stanton Jr.'s four total touchdowns — out-muscled Yale, 34-7, to claim its seventh consecutive win against its archrival at the Yale Bowl.
It was pretty much the opposite of a quiet Saturday morning brunch, a rough-and-tumble rugby match in which 15 fierce and brawny Harvard women relentlessly tackled Princeton’s players to move the ball up the pitch and score.