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A fencer walks away from his opponent, holding up a fist

2020 Ivy foil champion Geoffrey Tourette '21 celebrates a point.

Photograph courtesy of Harvard Athletics Communcations 

Sports

A focus on process leads Harvard fencers to an Ivy championship.

3.19.20

Linda Liedel (at left), representing Germany in Spain’s 2019 La Manga Tournament, competes for the ball with a Danish rival.

Liedel (at left), representing Germany in Spain’s 2019 La Manga Tournament, competes for the ball with a Danish rival.

Photograph by Quality Sports Images/Getty Images

Linda Liedel ’21 always knew how good she could be.

September-October 2019

Frank Doyle, in full ref attire, is fluent in Newton’s laws of motion—and the laws of the game.

Photograph by Jim Harrison

On the weekends, SEAS dean Frank Doyle steps out of his office and onto the pitch.

July-August 2019

The panelists, from left: Janet Rich-Edwards, Jessica Gelman, Daniel Peterson, and Shira Springer.

Photograph by Tony Rinaldo/Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study

After the Harvard soccer scandal, a campus panel discussion on women and sports proves unexpectedly timely.

11.8.16

Margaret “Midge” Purce

On scoring in a low-scoring game

July-August 2015

Triple image of a double threat: Baskind stands between her two sports' goals

Lacrosse and soccer star Melanie Baskind scores with synergy.

March-April 2012

March 27, 1999—The Harvard women's ice-hockey team win the national championship.

Athletic accomplishments, highlighted

September-October 2011

25 high moments in Harvard athletics, 1986-2011

September-October 2011

The national soccer team of Haiti will come to Harvard as part of a five-day benefit tour.

4.5.11

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