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Harvard Track and Field Sets New Records at the 2024 Ivy League Heptagonals

The Harvard Track and Field team hosted the 2024 Indoor Ivy League Heptagonal Championships at home in the Indoor Gordon Track this past Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 24 to Feb. 25. The Crimson had multiple record-breaking performances, with the women’s team finishing in third place with 97 total points and the men finishing fourth with 81 points. Over the course of the two days, Harvard won a total of eight event titles.

Make a Run for It
Track and Cross Country

Ramsden Sets Ivy League Indoor Mile Record; Will Race For New Zealand at the 2024 World Indoor Championships

Senior distance runner Maia Ramsden made history last Sunday at the 116th Millrose Games, while competing against an esteemed field of professional runners in the women’s indoor mile. Ramsden posted a record-breaking time of 4:24.83, narrowly beating a ten-year-old Ivy League record held by Dartmouth runner Abbey D’Agostino

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Track and Cross Country

Harvard Track and Field Excels at the Riverhawk Invitational and John Thomas Terrier Classic

The Harvard track and field team capped off a successful weekend at the Riverhawk Invitational and John Thomas Terrier Classic meets with a slew of new records, personal bests, and top-10 finishes.

Murphy's Law

Current and Former Players Laud Harvard Football Legend Tim Murphy as Phenomenal Coach and Leader

Murphy’s retirement leaves a deep mark on a Crimson program that has amassed the sixth-best winning percentage in all of Division I football since 2000 and cements his legacy as arguably the greatest coach in school history.

Murphy's Law

‘College Football Lost’: Legendary Coach Tim Murphy Bids Farewell to Harvard After 30 Years

Harvard football Head Coach Tim Murphy's tenure was marked by notable victories, several regional and national accolades, and a deep impact on the nation’s oldest collegiate institution.

Not in My House

With Outright Ivy Title on the Line, No. 19 Harvard Football to Face Yale in 139th Rendition of The Game

No. 19 Harvard football (8-1, 5-1) is to face famed rival Yale (4-2, 6-3) at the 139th rendition of ‘The Game’ this Saturday, Nov. 18 in the Yale Bowl. The Crimson will head to New Haven with a share of the Ivy League title after defeating Penn (6-3, 3-3) in triple overtime.

Craig’s List

Yale Defeats Harvard 23-18 to Win The Game; Harvard, Yale, Dartmouth to Share Ivy Title

The Yale Bulldogs defeated The Harvard Crimson 23-18 in the 139th edition of The Game on Saturday afternoon. Harvard had a chance to win the game with a final drive late in the fourth quarter, but quarterback Jaden Craig’s desperation heave on fourth-and-long fell incomplete, giving Yale a second consecutive victory in one of college football’s oldest rivalry games.

Back on Top of the Mountain

No. 19 Harvard Defeats Penn in Triple Overtime to Clinch Share of 2023 Ivy League Title

No. 19 Harvard football (8-1, 5-1) hosted Penn (6-3, 3-3) at home for a dramatic competition between two contenders for the 2023 Ivy League Championship. The Senior Day competition proved to be a close one through and through, with both the Crimson and the Quakers keeping a close score throughout the game. After three overtimes, Harvard was able to clinch at least a share of the Ivy League title with a score of 25-23.

Breaking the Plane

No. 19 Harvard Beats Columbia 38-24 to Win 900th game in Program History

No. 19 Harvard Football (7-1, 4-1) traveled to New York to take on Ivy League competitor Columbia (2-6, 0-5) and came out victorious. The Crimson defeated the Lions 38-24 to give the Harvard football program a 900th game win in its history.

Water Break

No. 23 Harvard Football Defeats Dartmouth at Home 17-9, Improves to 6-1

The No. 23 Harvard football team (6-1, 3-1) pulled out another Ivy win against Dartmouth (3-4, 2-2) this past Saturday at Harvard Stadium. With the win, the Crimson advanced to 6-1, its best seven-game record since 2016. Harvard also improved its Ivy League record for the year, going 3-2 for the second-straight season and only the second time since 2016.

On Patrol

No. 23 Harvard Falls to Princeton for First Loss of 2023

The No. 23 Harvard football team (5-1) (2-1) suffered its first loss of the 2023 season against the Princeton Tigers (3-3) (2-1) on Saturday by a score of 21-14, dropping their record to 5-1 and 2-1 in Ivy League play. The Crimson was formerly ranked 18th in the FCS before facing the Tigers.

Breaking Free

No. 17/18 Harvard Football Looks to Stay Unbeaten Against Princeton

No. 17/18 Harvard (5-0) (2-0) is primed to face off against Ivy League rival Princeton (2-3) (1-1) this Saturday at 1 p.m. ET. The Crimson enter this game as one of two undefeated teams in the FCS (No. 1 South Dakota State), and are looking to go 6-0 for the first time since 2015. With a win this weekend, head coach Tim Murphy would be in sole possession of the most Ivy league wins as a head coach. Murphy is currently tied for the lead with Yale’s Carm Cozza at 135.

Downton Abbey

No. 17 Harvard Football Defeats Howard at Home, Improves to 5-0 to Continue Undefeated Season

The Harvard football team (5-0, 2-0) hosted Howard (2-4) at home, dominating against the Bison and defeating them 48-7. With the win, the Crimson improved its winning streak to 5-0 for the first time since 2021, as well as improving to 3-0 against Howard.

Light a Fire Under It

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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A Crimson Hot Streak: No. 18 Harvard Football Defeats Cornell, 41-23, Increases Record to 4-0

The No. 18 Harvard football team has been on the rise in rankings since its first competition against St. Thomas. In its second Ivy League game of the season, the Crimson (4-0,2-0) have defeated Cornell (2-2,1-1) 41-23, continuing to hold onto the title of the only unbeaten Division I football program in New England.