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Battling Injuries, Harvard Men’s Basketball Seeks to Continue Strong Start in Ivy League Opener

Harvard men’s Basketball opens its 2023-2024 Ivy League campaign Saturday on the road against defending champions Princeton, a major first test for the Crimson as it begins conference play.

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With a Winning Record to End 2023, Harvard Basketball Faces Yale to Open Conference Play

Harvard women’s basketball faces its first Ivy League matchup on Saturday. The 2023 Ivy Madness runners-up hope to outplay their past selves and, most importantly, bring home some serious hardware.

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On Four-Game Winning Streak, No. 18/19 Harvard Football Primed for Showdown with Howard

No. 18/19 Harvard — one of two remaining undefeated FCS teams (No. 1 South Dakota State) — will round out its non-conference play for the 2023 season this Saturday against the Howard Bison. Last week, the Crimson took down Ivy League rival Cornell by a final score of 41-23. Harvard enters the game 4-0, and looks to improve to 5-0 for the first time since 2021.

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Light a Fire Under It

Junior quarterback Charles DePrima makes a run for the ball in Harvard's game against Cornell last Friday. In the FCS, he takes first in rush yards per carry (9.22) and points responsible per game (21.5).

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Here We Go Boys

The Crimson offense lines up for a play against the Big Red last Friday, Oct. 6. Harvard beat its Ivy League counterpart in a 41-23 showdown.

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No. 19 Harvard Football to Face the Big Red on Friday

No. 19/21 Harvard — one of the three still-undefeated squads in the FCS — is gearing up to dive back into Ivy League play against Cornell this Friday night. Harvard’s impressive 38-28 win on the road against then-No. 5/6 Holy Cross last weekend was more than just a game for the Crimson. In addition to being Harvard’s first win against the No. 25/RV Crusaders since Oct. 2, 2021, it was also the Crimson’s highest ranked win since defeating No. 11 Yale on Nov. 17, 2007.

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Harvard Football to Host Brown for 2023 Ivy Season Opener

Harvard football opened its season with a bang this past Saturday, defeating the St. Thomas Tommies 45-13 at home. The game earned Harvard a spot in the FCS Top 25 rankings, claiming the 25th spot. This week, the Crimson prepare to face off Brown at Harvard Stadium on Friday night.

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Commencing Its 150th Season, Harvard Football to Face St. Thomas

To kickoff its 150th season, the Harvard football team will face the St. Thomas Tommies (1-1) at Harvard Stadium this Saturday. The Crimson have had previous luck with its season openers, remaining undefeated the previous 11 seasons against opponents at home. Harvard heads into the 2023 season ranked fourth in the preseason poll by the Ivy League. Yale collected the number one spot, with Princeton and the University of Pennsylvania (Penn) ranked third and fourth, respectively.

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Harvard Men’s Tennis to Enter NCAA Round of 32 After Defeating Siena College

“We've shown many times this year that we're a team that's not gonna go away. Whether we're down a doubles point, we're down two sets in matches, we've come back to win,” junior Ronan Jachuck said. “I can look around, even if we've lost the first set, and know that my teammates aren't going to go away and that the second set is gonna be a battle.”

A Game That Two Yan Play
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Harvard Golf Heads Into Weekend Hunting Ivy League Title

While the majority of Harvard students are hitting the books in preparation for finals, Harvard golf will be playing in its biggest tournament of the year at the Ivy League Championships this weekend. The stakes of the tournament are high — not only is an Ivy League crown on the table, but a trip to NCAA regionals is as well.

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Four Harvard Wrestlers Earn National Tournament Bids at EIWA Championships

At this past weekend’s EIWA Championships, Harvard wrestling saw four members of its squad qualify for the NCAA Tournament. The Crimson had an exciting weekend, featuring five podium places and earning 63 team points good enough for an eighth-place finish. The crew, which will compete at NCAA Tournament in Tulsa, Okla. is made up of sophomore Diego Sotelo, juniors Philip Conigliaro and Joshua Kim, and senior captain Yaraslau Slavikouski.

Ken You Feel the Heat?
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Harvard Track and Field Sends Largest Group of Athletes to NCAA Championships in 17 Years

Harvard track and field is set to take the stage at the 2023 NCAA Division I Indoor Championships for Track and Field this weekend following a season of record-breaking victory. It will only send six athletes, of whom qualified for the tournament based on the top-16 standings.

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Preview: Harvard Football Seeks to Protect the Den Against Hungry Columbia Lions

Right now, Harvard football is knotted up with Penn and Yale in the Ivy League standings, two heavyweights who have only taken one loss in the conference and look to be the only other teams who could potentially steal the league crown from undefeated Princeton. The Crimson (5-2, 3-1) will play both those rivals in this final three-week stretch of the season, but this weekend, it will have to wait to prove its conference mettle, as it takes on struggling Columbia (3-4, 0-4) at home on Saturday.

Neville, You Devil!
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Preview: Hungry For Redemption, Harvard Football Welcomes No. 23 Princeton to Cambridge

363 days after that a controversial, heartbreaking loss, the Crimson (4-1, 2-0) will have a chance at redemption when the No. 23 Tigers (5-0, 2-0) travel to Cambridge for a Friday night battle. The two teams, which are tied with Penn (5-0, 2-0) and Yale (4-1, 2-0) for first place in the Ivy League, will clash at Harvard Stadium at 7 p.m.

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Preview: Crew Teams Prepare for 2022 Head of the Charles Regatta

In just a few days, the banks of the Charles River will be filled with rowers, coaches, and spectators alike for the world’s largest three-day rowing event: the Head of the Charles Regatta. Since its inauguration, the event has grown to 55 different events, featuring over 11,000 rowers from all around the world. Winners of each race receive the honorary title, “Head of the Charles.”

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