Harvard Rallies from Early Deficit To Dominate BU, 7-4
The Harvard men’s hockey team has won only two games in the last three months, but the Crimson continues to have Boston University’s number.
Men's Tennis Squeaks by Pair of Ranked Teams
On Saturday, the No. 47 Crimson (4-3) squeaked by the host No. 33 Wildcats (9-3), 4-3, after two doubles tiebreakers gave the decisive doubles point to Harvard. Then, on Sunday, the Crimson defeated No. 40 Vanderbilt (5-3) by the same score.
Women's Squash Rolls Over Brown
Coming off a big win over No. 4 Trinity the night before, the No. 2 Harvard women’s squash team picked up another win against a top-tier opponent.
Women's Water Polo Splits Four Weekend Matchups
In its second weekend of competition, the Harvard women’s water polo team started off with two straight losses, but righted the ship the next day with a pair of victories.
Men's Hockey Breaks Losing Streak, Ties Dartmouth, 1-1
The Harvard men’s hockey team (5-15-1, 3-12-0 ECAC) snapped its losing streak in anticlimactic fashion Sunday, tying No. 17 Dartmouth (11-8-3, 7-6-2 ECAC), 1-1, at the Bright Hockey Center.
Columbia Hands Men's Basketball First Conference Loss
After a first half that featured 11 lead changes, Columbia holds a 38-34 advantage over the Harvard men’s basketball team at Levien Gymnasium in New York.
Men's Basketball Hangs on Against Cornell, 67-65
The Harvard men’s basketball team withstood a late Cornell run on Friday night, hanging on for a 67-65 win in Ithaca.
NOTEBOOK: Crimson Struggle with Power Play
After going 0-for-3 with the man advantage Monday, Harvard’s power play unit now ranks 59th out of 59 D-I teams
Men's Hockey Falls, 4-1, in Beanpot Opener
Against defending national champion No. 4/5 Boston College, Harvard lost, 4-1, at TD Garden
Women's Water Polo Kicks Off Season with Weekend Sweep
The Crimson defeated Iona, 15-13, and Villanova, 18-6, before closing out the day with a 10-7 win over CAMO.
Fagbenle Fuels Women's Basketball Road Victory Over Yale
Sophomore forward Temi Fagbenle led the Crimson (11-6, 2-1 Ivy) to a 67-54 win over Yale (6-11, 1-2 Ivy)
Women's Basketball Comes Back in First Half To Top Brown
Harvard (12-6, 3-1 Ivy) was bolstered by a combined 33 points from backcourt pair Christine Clark and Victoria Lippert and a near double-double from sophomore forward Temi Fagbenle, who chipped in 14 points and nine rebounds of her own, in addition to collecting a team-high four steals.
Women's Squash Sweeps Pair of Ivy Foes
Harvard (9-1, 4-1 Ivy) was expected to have little trouble with the Lions Saturday afternoon, as Columbia is in its second season as a varsity program. On the other hand, the Big Red came to Cambridge with plans of snagging an upset against the 2012 CSA national champions. But after a sweep of the first round of matches, led by co-captain Natasha Kingshott, the win never looked in doubt for the hosts.
Swimming and Diving Secures Share of Ivy Title
Harvard (8-0, 6-0 Ivy), Yale (7-2, 4-2), and Princeton (5-1, 5-1) all entered the meet with perfect league records on the line. With the win, the Crimson clinched at least a share of the conference dual-meet title.
Men's Volleyball Splits Hall of Fame Morgan Classic
The team traveled across the state to Springfield, Mass. to take on Loyola (6-5) and Juniata (4-2) in the Hall of Fame Morgan Classic, hosted by Springfield College. Harvard (5-2, 1-1 EIVA) split its matches on the weekend, as the Crimson downed the Eagles in the consolation match, 3-1, after the Ramblers bested Harvard in the same number of sets.