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Life of Brian: Confessions of a Would-Be Harvard Man

“If you would not be forgotten as soon as you are dead and rotten, either write things worth reading, or

Men's Basketball

M. Hoops Battles to Doomed End

It was Dylan Thomas in reverse. See, Harvard men’s basketball captain Brady Merchant refused to go gentle into that good


In Do-Or-Die Spot, Salsgiver Pitches In

PRINCETON, NJ—He may have sailed his final warm-up pitch to the backstop upon entering the game, but Harvard outfielder-turned-reliever Lance

Athlete of the Week: Kenon P. Ronz '03

Harvard coach Joe Walsh has guessed right on enough hunches this year to justify confidence in his power of prophecy.


Baseball Quiets Big Green

It was far from inevitable, but to captain Barry Wahlberg, it only made sense that Harvard, and not Dartmouth, was

Lentz Gets Last Laugh

HANOVER, N.H.—Like all great protagonists, or at least all the interesting ones, Harvard senior catcher Brian Lentz has had his

Life of Brian: Don’t Question His Desire

Boyhood dreams of playing professional football aside, Harvard senior Jamil Soriano has another reason to look forward to this weekend’s


Baseball Goes 3-1 Against Bulldogs

It sure looked like sophomore catcher Schuyler Mann was late getting back. When the catcher dove into first base just

Brunnig Checks Out, Appears Ready to Pitch

After missing his second straight turn in the rotation this past weekend, freshman pitcher Matt Brunnig will get checked out


Self Hurting After Short Outing in Cornell Blowout

The first time Harvard senior Matt Self got hit hard yesterday, during a shaky first inning, he barely suffered a


Life of Brian: Self-help Solves Baseball's Personnel Problems

Earlier this spring, when Harvard coach Joe Walsh learned that the Crimson’s media guide was being shortened at the expense

Harvard's Strategy Pays Off—For Rhode Island

It was 1998 and the Harvard baseball program, one year removed from its upset of top-seeded UCLA in the NCAA


Baseball Sputters in Florida, Going 2-8

It may have been break, but the Harvard baseball team couldn’t catch one. After struggling to four straight losses to

Life of Brian: They Got Next...Practice

For football players, they sure do play like women. Then again, that’s exactly what Harvard coach Kathy Delaney-Smith asks out

In Final Battle, Loyal Soldier Gets His Glory

John Thompson III didn’t know how right he was. “I want to be Brady Merchant when I grow up,” the