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No. 5 Harvard Men’s Fencing Hosts Ninth-Annual Beanpot

Harvard fencing hosts the ninth-annual Beanpot at the Malkin Athletic Center Wednesday, Feb. 10. This will be the second time that the Crimson will be hosting the event against Boston College, Brandeis and MIT, which will be broadcast on the Ivy League Digital Network starting at 6 p.m.

No. 7/7 Men’s Hockey Tripped Up By Northeastern’s Offense at Beanpot

In the 101st meeting between Harvard men's hockey team and Northeastern, the Crimson could not overcome a first period 3-0 deficit to the Huskies falling, 5-1, in the Beanpot consolation game Monday afternoon at TD Garden.

Men’s Fencing Finishes Fourth, Two Crimson Claim First-Team All-Ivy

The Harvard men’s fencing team finished fourth at the Ivy League Championships, hosted by Cornell, Sunday afternoon.

Despite Strong Third Period, No. 11/11 Yale Holds Off No. 7/7 Harvard, 2-1

Senior forward Jimmy Vesey scored early for No. 7/7 Harvard and the Crimson (13-6-3, 9-4-3 ECAC) outshot Yale, 19-3, in the final frame, but goals by John Hayden and Cody Learned earned the Bulldogs (14-5-4, 9-4-3 ECAC) the 2-1 win Saturday at Ingalls Rink in New Haven, Connecticut.

Cook, Caruso lead Princeton to 83-62 win over Harvard

PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) Steven Cook had 21 points and Henry Caruso had 19, hitting four 3-pointers apiece, and Princeton rolled to an 83-62 win over Harvard on Friday night. The duo each hit the only trey they took in the first half and combined for just 14 points but the Tigers (13-5, 3-1 Ivy League) raced to a 38-22 lead as Devin Cannady had 12 of his 14 points before the break...
Via Associated Press
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Beanpot 2016: Harvard's Adam Baughman Scores (Long Review)

In the opening game of the 2016 Beanpot, the Harvard Crimson scored their second goal of the game on their second shot of the game.Cue the nice story alert: scoring for the Crimson, Freshman defenseman, Adam Baughman who scored his first collegiate goal in his second career game. Baughman's goal would give the Crimson a 2-1 lead.Once again, there was a long review, but it appears...
Via Goon's World
7 days ago  |  Discuss

Everything you need to know about Andrew Berry

The Browns’ Great Front Office Construction of 2016 is nearly complete. On Wednesday evening word came from the NFL’s Varys, Adam Schefter, that the Browns had hired Andrew Berry to be their vice president of player personnel. The team made it official shortly thereafter. With Sashi Brown (lawyer) installed as VP of football operations, Alec Scheiner (lawyer with football tendencies...
Via Waiting For Next Year
12 days ago  |  Discuss

Harvard downs Ryerson 73-57

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) Corbin Miller scored a season-high 18, on a career-high six 3-pointers, Zena Edosomwan added 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds, and Harvard beat Ryerson 73-57 Tuesday night. Evan Cummins scored 12 points, Weisner Perez grabbed 13 rebounds and Agunwa Okolie had 10 boards for the Crimson (8-8), who outrebounded Ryerson 58-32. Ryerson, of Toronto, Ontario,...
Via Associated Press
27 days ago  |  Discuss

Cole Toner: From Ivy League Player to NFL Prospect

Harvard’s football program is known more for its history and legacy more than any recent successes on the field. But the Crimson have been a perennial powerhouse in the Ivy League, even producing talent worthy of the NFL occasionally. Star senior offensive tackle Cole Toner is poised to be one of the next Harvard products to take his skills to the next level. By: Cory Burrell...
Via Optimum Scouting
December 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Harvard’s 22-game win streak ends after loss to Penn

The Ohio State Buckeyes now have sole possession of the longest win streak in the country at 23 games after defeating Illinois 28-3. Before yesterday afternoon, however, there was another team at the top of the board sharing that same record. The Harvard Crimson are one of the best teams in the FCS that isn’t allowed to compete for a national championship. The team finished the...
Via Campus Sports Net
November 15, 2015  |  Discuss

Harvard Newspaper Published Column Encouraging Colleges To Drop Football

For several years now, the world of football has finally seemed to pay more attention publicly to the issues surrounding player safety and effects that playing the game has on people later in life. The issue has become very heated, with some former players saying they wouldn’t let their own children play the game now. Members of the media have said more needs to be done to protect...
Via Gamedayr
October 30, 2015  |  Discuss

ECAC Hockey season wrap: Harvard rides second wind

This space has written ad nauseam about the injuries of the Harvard Crimson, and how those ailments nearly cratered their 2014-15 season. A 10-1-2 start preceded a 5-10-1 finish to the regular season, partially caused by the lengthy absences of players like Alexander Kerfoot, Patrick McNally, Sean Malone and Luke Esposito. That the Crimson even had the 10-1-2 […] The post ECAC...
Via Along the Boards
March 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Harvard's furious comeback falls short in loss to UNC

Make no mistake: The Boston-area schools gave opponents a run for their money in the NCAA Tournament on Thursday.   Hours after No. 14 seed Northeastern came this close to upsetting third-seeded Notre Dame, No. 13 seed Harvard took the floor in Jacksonville against fourth-seeded North Carolina looking to oust the favored Tar Heels. The Crimson almost pulled it off. Despite trailing...
Via NESN.com
March 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Harvard Looks to Duplicate Recent Tournament Success

Head coach Tommy Amaker of the Harvard Crimson reacts in the first half against the Michigan State Spartans during the Third Round of the 2014 NCAA Basketball Tournament at Spokane Veterans Memorial Arena on March 22, 2014. (Mandatory Credit: ESPN/Getty Images) Harvard has come a long way under the tutelage of former Duke point guard Tommy Amaker. Since taking over as the head coach...
Via The Sports Journal
March 18, 2015  |  Discuss

WATCH: Harvard wins thriller over Yale with seconds left

The Harvard Crimson are going dancing.  Tommy Amaker’s squad defeated Yale this evening at The Palestra, 53-51, in an Ivy League Playoff game. Harvard’s Steve Moundou-Missi hit a jumper with nine seconds left to give his team the lead. The Bulldogs proceeded to miss a short jumper on the other end, sealing the Crimson’s victory.  Here’s the game-winning shot.  And...
Via College Spun
March 14, 2015  |  Discuss

NCAA Women’s Hockey Wrap: Harvard concedes ECAC crown

A pristine 12-0-0 at home beforehand, the Harvard Crimson let two goose-eggs hatch in exponentially egregious fashion over the final weekend of the regular season. Granted, they generally dictated the terms of Friday’s tilt, which ended in a 1-1 draw with heavy help from St. Lawrence goaltender Carmen MacDonald’s chin-standing performance. But Harvard’s uncharacteristically...
Via Along the Boards
February 22, 2015  |  Discuss

College hockey power rankings: Harvard Crimson low tide

Editor’s note: Following up on its preseason Top 20 series, the Along the Boards college staff is voting on its own weekly men’s college hockey power rankings throughout the season. The revised Top 20 is listed as follows with each program’s previous ranking in parentheses. 1. Boston University (2) The pleasantly surprising Terriers passed another […] The post College hockey...
Via Along the Boards
February 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Harvard Rises To No. 9 In USCHO Top 20 After Beating Top-Ranked BU

Editor’s note: NESN’s Tom Caron is on the 50-member USCHO ranking committee, and you can find his votes and thoughts on the college hockey week that was every Monday on NESN.com. In my USCHO.com ballot this week, the Harvard Crimson have made the biggest jump of any team in my eight-year history as a voter. Ted Donato’s team made my ballot for the first time last week, debuting...
Via NESN.com
December 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Game Preview: UMass Lowell River Hawks vs. Harvard Crimson

The UMass Lowell River Hawks have only a single game this coming weekend after spending the bulk of the start to the 2014-15 season with two games per weekend. However, the River Hawks are in for a good game against one of the ECAC’s top teams this season, the Harvard Crimson. UMass Lowell is coming off a win and tie against fellow Hockey East...
Via Mill City Sports
November 28, 2014  |  Discuss

Video: Yale’s Student President Challenged Harvard’s Student President To A Boxing Match Before Saturday’s Football Game

Two of the most bitter rivals in all of college football will play on Saturday, when the Yale Bulldogs travel to Cambridge to take on the Harvard Crimson. Fans from both schools will be fired up for the game, but Yale’s student president decided to up the ante. Michael Herbert challenged Harvard Undergraduate Council President Gus Mayopoulos to a boxing match the night before...
Via College Spun
November 18, 2014  |  Discuss

Harvard’s Zach Hodges Tops New England’s 2015 NFL Draft Prospects (Photos)

New England colleges don’t usually see their prospects get picked up early in the NFL draft, but in 2015, Zach Hodges is likely to break that mold. Hodges, an outside linebacker/defensive end for the Harvard Crimson, is projected to go in the second or third round of the 2015 NFL draft, according to NFLDraftScout.com. He has recorded 92 tackles in his career including 31 tackles...
Via NESN.com
October 10, 2014  |  Discuss

Shirt already made to celebrate Harvard's win over Cincinnati

While many believed that Harvard had a real shot at knocking off Cincinnati in their second round matchup Thursday afternoon, when the Crimson actually did defeat the Bearcats, it technically became the largest upset (12-seed over 5-seed) of the day. To celebrate the school’s second straight season notching an NCAA Tournament win, there are already t-shirts being made. Via ESPN’s...
Via College Spun
March 20, 2014  |  Discuss

What Seed Did Harvard Get In The 2014 NCAA Tournament?

Seed: For the upcoming 2014 NCAA Tournament, the Harvard Crimson were given a 12-seed in the East-region. They are coached by Tommy Amaker and hail from the Ivy League. You can view the entire 2014 NCAA Tournament field here in our official bracket. Where: They will open play against Cincinnati in Spokane on Thursday. Why: Harvard finished with a 13-1 record in the Ivy League...
Via College Spun
March 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Harvard punches NCAA Tournament's first ticket

They have become what Penn was twenty years ago, what Cornell was 5 years ago. In a league where the chatter among member schools is that they are all more or less equal academically, Harvard is ready to proclaim that…Read more →
Via A Jersey Guy
March 07, 2014  |  Discuss

Zamboni breaks down on ice, Harvard players have to push it off

The Harvard Crimson were taking on the Dartmouth Big Green in hockey on Friday night when Harvard’s Zamboni broke down on the ice. Harvard players then had to come on the ice and push the Zam off the ice to keep it from ruining the ice. Dartmouth Hockey’s team Twitter Account live tweeted the event: Having the Zamboni breakdown and drop snow in the area of the net we have to...
Via Diehardsport
February 08, 2014  |  Discuss
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