Senior guard and captain Maggie McCarthy prepare for a shot at the net in Harvard women's basketball 2022 matchup against Boston College. The Medfield native most recently recorded a career-high of three-pointers in the Crimson's 86-59 victory against Cornell.
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The Harvard women's basketball team competes against Boston College at Lavietes Pavillion, eventually defeating the Eagles 68-59. The Crimson will next face Princeton on Friday at 6:00 p.m., who are tied first in the Ivy League with Columbia.
Gift of the Gab
First-year guard Gabby Anderson takes a shot at the hoop in the team's 68-59 conquest of Boston College on November 10. The Columbus, Ohio native, who has been a critical starter for the Crimson, has since torn her ACL, putting her on the bench for the rest of the year.
You Better "Believe It"
The Harvard women's basketball team celebrates after a 68-59 win over neighboring university Boston College back on November 10 at Lavietes Pavillion. The team is currently on a three-game winning streak against Ivy League teams and will take on two more league opponents this weekend.
Wild West Point
Women's rugby competes against Army West Point in the national semifinals for the NIRA National Championship on Nov. 12, 2022. This weekend, the Crimson will face Dartmouth to play for the championship.
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Brandi Carlile's concert radiated energy and inclusivity.
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Carlile performed covers of “Space Oddity” and “Creep" for the Boston crowd.
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Brandi Carlile triumphantly paced the stage in her sparkly suit.
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Identical twins Phil and Tim Hanseroth — with whom Carlile has been performing for almost two decades — restored the energy with an electric guitar medley.
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