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In his long-awaited first start, quarterback Joe Viviano ’17 displayed splendid field generalship, tossing for 290 yards and three touchdowns while scrambling for another score.
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Sports

A fine start to Harvard’s 143rd football season

9.18.16

<p class="caption">Scenes from Wendy Jehlen’s “Movement Exploration” class</p><p class="credit">Photograph by Bill Parsons/Maximal Image®</p>

A long-time Cambridge arts organization is poised to grow.

January-February 2016

Despite the efforts of Yale linebacker Victor Egu, Crimson quarterback Scott Hosch ’16 managed a flip to freshman receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley, who took the ball the rest of the way. The 35-yard touchdown gave Harvard a 14-7 second-quarter lead in The Game.

Despite the efforts of Yale linebacker Victor Egu, Crimson quarterback Scott Hosch ’16 managed a flip to freshman receiver Justice Shelton-Mosley, who took the ball the rest of the way. The 35-yard touchdown gave Harvard a 14-7 second-quarter lead in The Game.
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A fine finish to a nearly flawless football season

January-February 2016

With his team at 2-5, and a road game against fourth-ranked Kansas on Saturday, coach Tommy Amaker is focused on improving. Among those he’s working with is freshman point guard Tommy McCarthy, who has averaged 10.7 points and six assists during the last three games.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

Harvard men’s basketball loses two of three local games.

12.4.15

Senior forward Miye D’Oench is Harvard's lead attacker this season, with six goals and 12 points, including two assists Tuesday night against Northeastern.

Senior forward Miye D’Oench is Harvard's lead attacker this season, with six goals and 12 points, including two assists Tuesday night against Northeastern. 

Photograph Zack Williamson/Harvard Athletic Communications

Harvard women’s hockey starts fast. 

11.25.15

Against Boston College, Zena Edosomwan ’17 notched nine rebounds and 20 points, including this monstrous dunk.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletics Communications

Harvard men’s basketball loses two straight games.

11.24.15

Hard-hitting defensive back Sean Ahern (seven solo tackles, one pass breakup) and the rest of the Crimson senior defenders went out with a bang, keeping the Elis scoreless as Harvard piled up 31 unanswered points.

Hard-hitting defensive back Sean Ahern (seven solo tackles, one pass breakup) and the rest of the Crimson senior defenders went out with a bang, keeping the Elis scoreless as Harvard piled up 31 unanswered points.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

A win in the Bowl seals a share of the Ivy championship.

11.21.15

Freshman Corey Johnson sank five three-pointers against Providence on Saturday, the most by any Harvard player since then-senior Laurent Rivard sank six in 2014.

Freshman Corey Johnson sank five three-pointers against Providence on Saturday, the most by any Harvard player since then-senior Laurent Rivard sank six in 2014.
Photograph by Gil Talbot/Harvard Athletic Communications

Harvard men’s basketball splits opening-weekend games.

11.16.15

Senior Day: Sean Ahern (6) and other members of the class of 2016 were honored before their final Harvard Stadium game. There also was a moment of silence to commemorate the victims of Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris.

Senior Day: Sean Ahern (6) and other members of the class of 2016 were honored before their final Harvard Stadium game. There also was a moment of silence to commemorate the victims of Friday’s terrorist attacks in Paris.
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Heading into the season’s final week, the Crimson is part of a three-way tie for first place. 

11.14.15

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